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DIY Swans M3 Tower Speakers Get an Upgrade for 2024!

I’ve had a pair of Swans M3 speakers since around the year 2000 – that was 24 years ago as of this writing – they were one of the first pair of really nice speakers I had ever built at … Continue reading

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Building a Notch Filter for the Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro Headphones with Measurements

In this article I’ll go over how I designed, built and tested a passive notch filter for the Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 250-ohm closed-back headphones and include measurements using REW of the different filters responses. I bought these headphones over … Continue reading

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Big Brother Has Arrived – The Sonorous 12S Subwoofer Build

Earlier this year I built the Sonorous 10S subwoofer and have absolutely loved this subwoofer. So when the opportunity presented itself to build a second bigger version of this sub, I knew I had to do it. And so I … Continue reading

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Simulating Subsonic Filters and Subwoofer Response-Excursion Effects

So this is going to be a Part II to my original post from 14 years ago where I first discussed the topic of proper subsonic filter design in conjunction with subwoofer enclosure modeling. It’s been a while, but I … Continue reading

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Setting up a 3-Way Speaker with MiniDSP 2×4 using REW

It’s been about a month since the completion of these speakers and it’s about time I do a write-up on how I set up and tuned these speakers. I’ve spent the last several weeks and many hours setting up and … Continue reading

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18dB Crossover for MTM Home Theater Speakers

I found some time today to build up the crossovers for my friend’s new home theater speakers. I am by no means an expert on custom crossover design, and the small array of free tools I have at my disposal … Continue reading

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