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Going to build a pair of loudspeaker monitors!, Help with circuits and stuff...
post Jul 4 2012, 02:17
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Hey guys,

Time to upgrade my little PC audio outputs.

I am planning to build up, DIY way, a pair of small loudspeaker monitors.

Currently, I have:

- A pair of these 4 inch mid-bass, 50W RMS 4 Ohms:

- And a pair of these 4 inch, 40W RMS 4 Ohms... that looks just like this one (with a little tweeter built-in):

These are very good quality speakers in the market here and I was also planning to acquire a separate tweeter for the monitor.

What I wanted is advice on design and circuitry for the setup. I have lurked on a website called http://www.humblehomemadehifi.com/ and there are some pretty good projects there but I am not sure if those big wire coils and huge capacitors are needed, as shown in their monitor models. It would be good to have a circuit to take care of frequencies like theirs but something simpler. Any suggestions?

And what about design... What would it be the best possible box/case design. Is MDF-wood good enough to make those?

What I am looking for is basically the best circuit to go with those speakers I presented and if I should seal the case or make it "opened".

Thanks for suggestions

This post has been edited by krafty: Jul 4 2012, 02:18
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