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    Posted: 11 February 2017 at 7:31pm
This is in someone else's topic so I thought,I'd move it here ,

Prototype am making in MDF , will be testing tomorrow.
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Any simulations? Equations?
Shouldnt they be very nothing and nothing with peak very low? Due to huge motor strength.
Classic br?
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and I thought my workshop was messy. Nice bin.
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i think that workshop looks neat...
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote Father-Francis Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 February 2017 at 9:18am
Originally posted by doller doller wrote:

and I thought my workshop was messy. Nice bin.
OMG you call that a mess , i just did the floor and walls , have to let the walls cure before 
hanging stuff up , and in three weeks we have a sound meeting , need to have 4 of these done 
don't think they'l get painted , thu. 
@Genome simulations and equations none done , I want a box to fit under my kicks , that'l will 
do real subs , so trial and error learning . 
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Trial and error is a fundamental method of problem solving. It is characterised by repeated, varied attempts which are continued until success, or until the agent stops trying
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First off really it looks like it will do the damage. wish I could have some. I totaly get the workshop thing Half way into a job my space looks just the same. I am happy that I am not alone. sound matters more than paint.
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Yea... I dont even eat breakfast without simulation. Helps eliminate some of the errors.
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Originally posted by gen0me gen0me wrote:

Yea... I dont even eat breakfast without simulation. Helps eliminate some of the errors.
Have fun.

I only worked out the box size with software , the port lengths, looked almost like a scoop, if I tuned the the box down to 27hz , so I've cut the wood to size and will add on piece by piece till I get what I want , I just need 28-30 to 80hz
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Nice idea
Seems reasonable up to 80Hz. Solves problems with second br resonance.

How do you add more pices? Do you demount some wall?

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Originally posted by gen0me gen0me wrote:

Nice idea
Seems reasonable up to 80Hz. Solves problems with second br resonance.

How do you add more pices? Do you demount some wall?

I'd just take the unit out and make the port abit deeper or fold it abit .
Anyway all went good , not too much pro-tools being used a little nice clean studio amp on 20watts could get 25hz at 65db , 33hz at 90db
We just using IPhone apps , so i'l say am happy with results, will do some wadding then post some more pics when I have time ,
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A peep of what's going ,I made the box abit wider so my kicks can fit on top .
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