Have been doing some tweaking on the Orange Bookshelf speakers.
Using the Mini DSP 2 x 4 Balanced version it works pretty well, and much better sounding. ( will post pictures of the unit )
Changing crossover points and eq values is simple and instant.
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I’ve been working on so many speaker projects it’s not even funny. Ryan from impulseaudio.ca and i have been friends and didn’t even know it since diyaudio.com days.. He and i recently have been working on a few of “my” projects. I asked him to make me a flat pack with his CNC router for my last few projects.
My latest Project is a sealed Bookshelf speaker using a 7″ LDW7 woofer from Creativesound.ca ( awesome driver ) & a fountek NEO 2.0 Ribbon tweeter.
I will post more measurement data and crossover design later on when i tackle that part. For now im using a Minidsp 2×4 balanced version and 4 class a amplifiers to run them..
These orange boxes are just test boxes till I get walnut wood.
So pictures ?
CNC testing for accurate “tight fit ”
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First coat & primer on.
Five coats later, could put more effort into making the finish way nicer but not really needed.
Day later after the paint cured and drivers in.
Am I addicted to audio & speakers 🙂 YUP !!!
Thanks again to ryan @ impulseaudio.ca for the CNC MDF pack …