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PH1090Zs

May 2, 2019 Leave a comment

Design Goals:
  • Casual listening
  • MTM design for subtle bass extension
  • Small size for portability
  • Budget of $900 dollars
Key Features:
  • 8″ x 12″ x 18.5″
  • f3 = 34.87Hz
  • Vb = 0.6256 ft cu
  • +/- 2.5dB 60Hz – 20kHz
  • 2″ Ports
  • Active 2 – way
Driver Selection:
  • Woofers: SB Acoustics – 5” SB15NBAC30-8
  • Tweeter: Peerless Vifa XT25BG60 – 04

TW-84 Home Entertainment Speakers

April 29, 2016 Leave a comment

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Design Goals

  • Pleasurable
  • Fairly Flat Frequency Response
  • Passive Crossover
  • Ported Enclosure For Increased Low End
  • Pair With External Subwoofer
  • Sound Good Alone As Well

Key Features 

  • WxDxH = 1′ x 1′ 3/8″ x 3′ 9 1/2″
  • +/- 2dB from 40-20,000Hz
  • 2 Way Design
  • F3 of 37 Hz

Drivers

  • Scanspeak D2604/32000
  • Dayton Audio RS225

 

Frequency Response

Frequency

Documentation: 

Design & Final Testing Report

Glossy

Aeternus Lux 2.2 Modular System

May 11, 2013 1 comment

Design and Construction:

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Paul Kirby

Design Goals

  • Portable
  • Low Fatigue
  • Low bass extension
  • Modular
  • Good horizontal Off-axis
  • Eventual use in 5.1 system

Key Features 

  • Large Size WxDxH = 9″x1’2″x4’10”
  • +/- 1.5dB from 75-20,000Hz
  • MTM Design
  • Inset tweeter for minimal distance between woofers, hence minimal vertical lobbing
  • Side-firing subwoofer modules (f3 of 25Hz)
  • Removable main with f3 of 70Hz
  • +/- 1.5dB from 75-20,000Hz
  • Active to passive cascaded crossover for module implementation

Drivers

  • Morel MDT30S-4 1″ Textile Dome Tweeter
  • SEAS Prestige L15RLY/P (H1141) 5.5″ Aluminum Cone Woofers
  • SB Acoustics SB29SWNRK-S75 10″ Subwoofer

Main Response (green is port measurement)

Integrated Response

Sub Response

Sub Response

Impulse Response

Impulse Response

Documentation: 

Design Report and Final Testing

Aeternus Lux Drafting

Glossy