It seems like you've designed a great loudspeaker, and I'm certain I will follow your guide as soon as I understand what the schematic diagrams mean and what all the different variables you are talking about mean - my point being that despite being accurate and going from start to end, I miss the basic theory... Perhaps you could do a separate tutotial about what all the fancy words mean and I could read that? (I doubt I'm alone in thinking this, but perhaps I am...)
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Alright, most of it is tech-speak really, and you don't need to be able to understand every word in order to be able to build these speakers. But if you can give me some pointers I'd be happy to explain further.
Im with you there Henry X, I've constructed Car Audio Systems (a little). I also enjoy Home Theater sound too, but I dont think I would brave trying to make a speaker like that. Id F' something up for sure
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if you don't want to answer the questions or feel that you are insecure with the answers, that's OK with me if you just say you don't want to answer them. But come on - how long is it going to take to answer those questions?
Hehe, I have tried searching for some of those nouns, but they are technical, and you must realize that on the web, I have empirically found that there are two types of technical/physical information - the "let's think about how fun physics is!"-information for high school students and the - "have a look at my latest Ph.D. essay guys!", but unfortunately very little in between there. It's like university people think "naah, it's all too advanced to put on the net anyway".
But don't you think I'm worth an answer after all this time ?