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I have started on a new project. Integrate dipole basses in the prometheus baffels. I use dipole subs now, but it's in seperate enclosures and it takes up a lot of space in my livingroom :-) So I have a good excuse to start this project (I like woodworking) I still have my old baffles and can reuse or sell them.
You can follow my BLOGG. The text is in norwegian, but you understand the pictures. Please respond here if you have any comments og questions.
Building the basses: BASS
Building the HF baffle: HF BAFFLE
The Blogg itself: BLOGG
It's up and running again. Not got to make the frontcover for the bass yet. Behind the speaker you also can see my DIY absorber made off rockwool. Gives a better image on louder levels, but also on moderate levels. Recomended for controlling the backwave of the dipole.
I use the Behringer DCX2496 as X-over. Cut's the woofers at 74hz/48dB. I do not like voices comming from the bottom :-) The broadbander is running fullrange.
when you place the baffles this close to the backwall the absorbing- panel is a good idea. Do you want to cover the woofers with a cloth?
I tell my admin to create some more space for your pics in my showroom...
Yupp. The woofer is going to be covered up. I'll send you some pictures for the showroom when it's done :-)
A testsetup. Without the basses
very nice design!
I hope the finished speakers sound as good as the view out of your window looks, please add them to the showroom!
I can imagine how nice it must be to have this view and listen to a good record during sunset, very, very nice! :o)
Very, very nice. That is going to be one great looking pair of speakers, and I can't wait to see pictures once it's finished. Something like this would be perfect for me since I've moved into a new house and I have no place to set up my Prometheus... they've been basically stuck in a closet for six months.
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