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  • #16
    Originally posted by bassman_soundking View Post
    I always felt the most important panel to brace was with drivers on it,
    I have either under braced or over braced most enclosures 😂
    Well to the point, the panel with the drivers has huge holes cut out of it. So yes, an effective plan for bracing it is an excellent idea.
    Francis

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    • billfitzmaurice
      billfitzmaurice commented
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      Here again, dowels. Have four of them connect to the baffle at the spots where driver mounting screws are, the other ends to the cab back. The driver mounting screws go through the baffle into the dowels.

  • #17
    Is it unreasonable to expect inertness similar to what I hear about in cabs like what B&W makes? They have a pretty insane process.

    I'm obviously not putting in near the time or effort they are, but is a cab that dead really worth it? For a "spare no expenses" speaker yes, but practically speaking? Should every DiY person spend every waking minute trying to get a "dead" cab?

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    • billfitzmaurice
      billfitzmaurice commented
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      Resonance only matters if you can hear it. If you can hear it, or even if you can't, you can measure it, not only via FRD but also impedance.

  • #18
    Is B&W using dual layer walls?

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