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asiquis
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Baffle step compensation help
02/07/11 at 04:33:03
 
Do all speakers need baffle step compensation? If not how does one "compensate" for not compensating?  [smiley=10.gif]

What if you just have a cap on the tweeter and run the woofer without a crossover?

I think the Dynaco A25XL speakers I just picked up for 3 dollars each only have a cap(s) on the tweeter and run the 10 inch woofer without a crossover.

Thanks
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Gmad
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Re: Baffle step compensation help
Reply #1 - 02/07/11 at 21:18:37
 
You could start here...

http://www.trueaudio.com/st_diff1.htm

I use Decware radials and they don't seem to have this problem (or many other problems conventional speakers have).
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Re: Baffle step compensation help
Reply #2 - 04/03/11 at 03:38:19
 
 There is a modern equal to that woofer, Madisound sells it.  Will not fit in the same hole though but spec'd similar.  It has a pretty strong rising impedance and will work run full range with not crosssover.  I have been thinking of building a pair of speakers with them in a acoustic suspension enclosure.  Actually been thinking about isobaric loading the same driver. I am thinking this would take care of baffle loss and fill in upper bass very well.  But I am no engineer.
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