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Rounded brace edges?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by matt.r.w, Jan 3, 2003.

  1. matt.r.w

    matt.r.w Auditioning

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    Can someone please tell me why people are rounding over the the edges of their braces. I was never really noticed it until today, but it seems like a lot of projects have this done?

    Tia
    Matt
     
  2. Owen Bartley

    Owen Bartley Second Unit

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    I think its along the same lines as flaring a port, it sort of facilitates air movement without noise inside the sub? Then again, maybe its just audio nuts obsessing over their projects. Which I also intend to do with my bracing. [​IMG]
     
  3. Mark_E_Smith

    Mark_E_Smith Second Unit

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    Because it takes allot more work and special skills, all to show off things no one will see, very zen! [​IMG]
    Actually there is allot of air movement that can cause diffraction that can effect the sound. This is also the reason for the dampening material.
     

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