Anyone Linkwitz'd a DPL12??

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  1. Jason Dalton

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    It seems like a good candidate to me, at least in the sub $200 driver market. Just wondering if anyone knows of any similar projects out there.

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    It seems like a good candidate to me, at least in the sub $200 driver market. Just wondering if anyone knows of any similar projects out there.

    Jason
     
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    If you're talking about using them in dipoles, yeap been there, done that........

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    If you're talking about using them in dipoles, yeap been there, done that........

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    Thomas, I was talking about the standard Linkwitz Transform, but those are some awfully nice looking speakers! I'm quite looking forward to jumping into dipoles.



    Well, I guess maybe I should have explained a bit better. My thinking was more geared towards getting flat response down to 20Hz in a VERY small box. It seems to me the DPL12 is one of the better candidates for this. In this case I was thinking of putting it in a box just big enough to fit the woofer, less than one cubic foot. Most people don't want a 2.5cuft box in their TV room. I think you could probably get over 100dB @ 20Hz with some room gain, a pretty good number for such a small box.
     
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    Thomas, I was talking about the standard Linkwitz Transform, but those are some awfully nice looking speakers! I'm quite looking forward to jumping into dipoles.



    Well, I guess maybe I should have explained a bit better. My thinking was more geared towards getting flat response down to 20Hz in a VERY small box. It seems to me the DPL12 is one of the better candidates for this. In this case I was thinking of putting it in a box just big enough to fit the woofer, less than one cubic foot. Most people don't want a 2.5cuft box in their TV room. I think you could probably get over 100dB @ 20Hz with some room gain, a pretty good number for such a small box.
     
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    ...except you won't be able to get them for at least 4 months...
     
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    ...except you won't be able to get them for at least 4 months...
     
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    The reason I thought it would be good was because of the high power handling and relatively small amount of equalization needed in a small box. I've modeled all the popular woofers (I was looking at 12"s for
     
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    The reason I thought it would be good was because of the high power handling and relatively small amount of equalization needed in a small box. I've modeled all the popular woofers (I was looking at 12"s for
     

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