Trying to design my first soundbar
It’s been a while since I had the time to think about this project, I’ve been asked to design and build a small soundbar for use above a tv in a static caravan, so the width of the space available is a maximum of 1110mm (just over 43″) and I have a max height of 90mm, so given that, im pondering what the best lay out of the drivers would be. It seems that most soundbars use an MTM layout on each side, I don’t think I have the width to allow for that and also the cost of using 4 woofers and two tweeters is a little high. So would using one woofer and one tweeter on either side be sufficient? I will draw up my design in fusion as soon as I’m able to just so I can get some constructive criticism from people who know better, but I would just like to get the basic layout sorted first.
As it’s being used for audio from the tv as well as music listening I also wondered if I should aim to raise the FR slightly in the 2-3khz area to try to bring out a bit more clarity in the voices to make films a bit more intelligible, or is that a bad idea?
I have more questions about this once I’m sure on the basic design, more to do with wiring, which amp to use and how to take the measurements on such a wide speaker etc but I’ll ask those later, thanks
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