Domain: rjbaudio.com

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RJB Audio Projects
Along with reading some of the basic speaker books (Vance Dickason's Loudspeaker Design Cookbook for example) these discussion boards are a great resource ...
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Driver FRD & ZMA files
Vifa M22WR-09-06.zma · Vifa MG27TG39-04.frd · Vifa MG27TG39-04.zma · Vifa PL14-09-08.frd · Vifa PL14-09-08.zma · Vifa PL18WO09.frd · Vifa PL18WO09.zma ...
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Daedalus
The Dayton RS225 has a power handling of 80W RMS/120W peak, an Fs of 27 Hz, an xmax of 7mm, and a sensitivity of 88.1dB@2.83V/1m. ...
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Projects
Cerberus - 11" cube 70 watt subwoofer using the Tang Band W6-1139SC 6.5" subwoofer driver and the Dayton SA70 70 watt subwoofer plate amp. ...
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Cerberus
The project uses the Tang Band W6-1139SC 6.5 subwoofer along with the Dayton SA70 70 watt subwoofer plate amplifier. The enclosure is an 11" vented cube ...
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Flush mounting tweeters
So the main point of this demonstration is to convince you that it is necessary to flush mount tweeters to obtain a flatter frequency response but woofers ...
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Driver FRD & ZMA files
Morel MDM55.frd · Morel MDM55.zma · Morel MDT20.frd · Morel MDT20.zma · Morel MDT30.frd · Morel MDT30.zma · Morel MDT33.frd · Morel MDT33.zma ...
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Roman Bednarek Speaker Designs
Microbe SE - Special Edition version of the Microbe design using the Seas ... Extremis - A 2 way fullrange speaker using the Adire Audio Extremis 6.8 woofer ...
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Tweeter diffraction
In the next case the tweeter is shifted upwards so that the distance between the tweeter and the top of the cabinet is less than the distance between the ...
 
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