Saturday, December 10, 2011

Open Baffle Speakers - Finished!



In May 2011 I wrote that I am going to build my first Open Baffle Speakers with Saba drivers.

Now six months later I have finished my first speakers' project and I am very very glad.

I choose the Open Baffle design for it's simplicity but added a bass extender. It works great!
Cross over is very very simple and effective. Here's the schema:




Left speaker



Right speaker


Open Baffle in its glory!








Speaker's body after painting and polishing




Back side after wiring speakers and crossover


Bi-wiring to the amplifier


My final decision: the best speakers I have ever had under 500EUR!

They sound like new 3000EUR Jamo and maybe better clarity.

Yes. That's right! :)

6 comments:

  1. I wish I could make the same set of speakers. I will try it for sure. Thanks for telling the recipe.

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  2. Anonymous3:57 PM

    Nice work! What's the bass driver?

    BTW. Would be nice to give some credits to lampizator.eu as you obviously copied his project :)

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    1. Anonymous1:31 PM

      I do agree with Anonymous, you blatantly copied lampizator.eu project, you copied/paste the crossover design as well.. mmm.. not cool,,

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  3. The speakers must be compatible with the music player and must have a fantastic wireless compatibility too. stereodevelopment.com

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  4. Direct channel speakers do the majority of the work of producing the audio output, as it provides the dialogue and almost half of the soundtrack.
    http://audiogeekhub.com/mackie-hr-824-review/

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