-Read our tutorial articles to get a detailed picture of what hifi
speaker design is all about.
-Browse the list of loudspeaker manufacturer websites and use
our database of downloadable loudspeaker datasheets to select
-Choose the right design software that suits you best to
calculate your enclosure dimensions and buy everything
you need from a retail shop.
-Assemble your crossover-less speaker and let your lab equipment
(or measurement software) acquire the necessary response
measurements. Use your crossover design software to decide a
crossover network that fits your acoustical targets.
-Browse the list of component manufacturer websites and buy all the
-Use a suitable pcb and your soldering equipment to conclude
your crossover network implementation.
-If you get addicted to hifi speaker design you can try to
broaden your technical background by consulting our
book review section and -why not- browsing the
journals of the existing audio societies.
-You can also get closer to audio enthusiasts' community
through our list of worldwide audio websites,
web-magazines and discussion fora.
When design is finished a DIYer has to find sources for a lot of components at the best possible price. Drivers, cabinets, binding post terminals, cables, vent tubes, pcb, resistors, capacitors, inductors, all have to get their own supplier. In many cases shipping charges dominate the overall cost. The closest supplier will most probably offer the less shipping charges. That is why we arranged our retail store list according to state/country. Obviously this list is complete. You are encouraged to submit any website link for a retail store you do business with, in your city or country.
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