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Date: October 14, 2013 at 16:20:10
From: Janus, [x1-6-e0-46-9a-97-ee-42.k77.webspeed.dk]
Subject: Amazing carver loudspeaker woofers as DIY project


Hello.

I know next to nothing about subwoofer designs, but i have had 4 of
these woofers laying around:
http://www.dynavox.com/12inch-Carver-Amazing-Loudspeaker-
Honeycomb-Woofer-Driver
They are used in a speaker called 'Carver amazing loudspeaker' using
some sort of free air design.

I was wondering if it was possible to construct some sort of subwoofer
using these? I noticed, at their page, they do not include any of the
parameters used on this page to calculate box dimensions etc. but i
understand they are designed to have a very high 'q'.

What design would be preferable? Since they are designed for it, can i
actually just insert them into a large wooden board and they will play
ideally?

Im not looking for sonic perfection and loudness neither, but flat
response down to 30hz would be nice (if possible)?

Curious if anyone has some input :)
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