Looking at building my first speaker and I can’t find an answer to this. I’ve seen examples of what looks like a separation in the enclosure for each driver. This make sense as a tweeter, woofer, and sub all require different amounts of volume for best performance. However, I’ve also heard you want the different frequency ranges to “bounce off each other” for a better sound. Which is it then?
If each driver is separated internally, couldn’t a thin more flexible material (thick paper, leather, a very thin piece of wood?) be used as a divider so that each driver will be in a space closer to it’s ideal volume while also allowing the flexible material to affect the other spaces to a minor degree?