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    Posted by desmondmusquit on December 12, 2022 at 6:18 pm

    Here is an Chat I was having between @123toid and @tvor-ceasar for the past couple of weeks.  I’ve done a lot of research and these guys have provided a bunch of great info.  I am not through the woods yet.

    “I am trying to build a center channel for system that we watch a lot of TV and movies, play some games on XBox-One, and occasionally listen to music. My goal is to build a great sounding system that can play Atmos and is relatively balanced for the other types of entertainment. Oh yeah, all on a budget!

    I just took advantage of PE’s 15% off sitewide discount and bought all of the components necessary for Toid’s Epic build, so those will be my LR’s. As for my Center, here is a list of the components already purchased:
    Purchased drivers:

    <span class=”facets-item-cell-grid-product-name”>MB Quart 95-7119 1″ Titanium Dome Tweeter With Truncated Faceplate 6 Ohm</span>

    Dayton Audio RS75-4 3″ Reference Full-Range Driver 4 Ohm
    Dayton Audio DS115-8 4″ Designer Series Woofer Speaker 8 Ohm
    Dayton Audio DS115-PR 4″ Designer Series Passive Radiator

    Box Design:
    Box Volume (internal Dimensions) 32″ x 7″ x 7″
    Tuning Freq. 31.43
    Mass added to PRs 15g (just a guess)

    Can one of you help me in a X-over design? I’ll pay for your services if required. I’m great at following directions and building things, but WinISD is a bit over my head as of yet, but I’m learning. The other piece of the puzzle: once I get the crossed over frequencies selected on WinISD, no clue on what capacitors or resistors and other components are needed to do what I’m looking for.

    Any help you can provide is appreciated, even if it’s pointing me to some educational reference that I need.
    Thanks again,

    desmondmusquit replied 9 months, 3 weeks ago 1 Member · 0 Replies
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