DIY build- Slanted baffle? Store bought crossover?

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs [BG]' started by Nickweissmusic, May 2, 2017.

  1. Nickweissmusic

    Nickweissmusic Knows all intervals from one Fred, to Juan octave Commercial User

    Jan 26, 2014
    San Diego, CA
    I teach lessons and perform live music in and around San Diego CA. Sometimes I even make money doing it!
    Hi All,

    I've built speakers from precut kits, and made my own open back guitar cabinets that don't really depend on carefully measured volumes. I'm gonna step up my game a little.

    I'm intending to make an ultralight 110 cab for practice, and small gigs if it's up to it. I plan on using high-quality half-inch plywood, assuming that will be fine for a single 10 ported cab.

    I'm thinking Eminence basslite s2010 in the eminence designed medium ported enclosure.... as a jumping off point. I'm wondering how flexible these designs are.

    1) can I slant the baffle upward? If I do it on the centerline I'd maintain more or less the same volume, anything to worry about there?

    2) it requires 2 rather large ports. Could I put a port on either side to keep the dimensions down and avoid any issues with the slanted baffle? What about both on top? My practice amp is a MB200, so no need for a big footprint for a head. Am I insane? Or just woefully ignorant?

    3) I'm just going to go with a woofer first, but assuming I like it, is adding a tweeter using Eminence's premade crossovers an option- I'd assume 1600Hz in this application? I don't have any software or engineering background, just a tinkerer, so I definitely don't know much about crossover design. If it's just not worth it, that's a good enough answer for me ;)

    Thanks in advance for any advice!
     
  2. Stumbo

    Stumbo Guest

    Feb 11, 2008
    fdeck has a small 1x12 design that looks interesting.
     

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