i forgot to say, i didn't biuld the boxes, i gave the design to a good friend of mine who's handy with woodwork.
it's plywood (i think that's what it's called in english) 2.5 to 3cm thick , plus additional mdf pieces in the inside, so the sides are not completely parallel to each other.
edit: sorry, i didn't mean to post big pictures, didn't find a way to make thumbnails
hi all, my little 2-way project is at a point where it's not too embarassing to show
it's a 5lt sealed box with Al-130 and KE 25SC drivers by Visaton.
i used Boxsim, again from Visaton, great program especially with their own drivers, of course.
after A LOT of playing around with boxsim and a cheap dbx (M2) mic, i came up with 3rd order filters (both hi and low pass), bafflestep compensation and lpad, nothing extraordinary.
you can check out the sim of the current setup with the other pics below.
the green graph posted below is a sample of rough measurement, with the speakers as placed in my small room (close to wall etc), just to get an idea.
i will make better measurements once i manage to get the speakers to the living room, having time and silence (at the same time) in a home is not easy
thanx for reading
While we're on the subject of Canon and their business positioning I found this quite interesting -