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The box measures 9.5x10x11 on the outside. Without subtracting for anything, I measure .59 cubic feet based on my measurements with a tape measure.
not knowing the thickness of the walls it is kinda hard. Assuming 1/2 think walls we get 8.5x9x10 or 765 cubic inches, .44 cubic feet.
If we go with .75" walls we get 8x8.5x9.5 646 cubic inches, .37 cubic feet

So if the Klipsch box sounds good, then I would say any cabinet that is .35 to .4 or bigger should sound good too? so really the .5cuft cabinets I listed, or the .38 ones both should be good I would think

But one issue I didnt think about... If I was thinking of using these for home stereo speakers... I would need a cross over (or bi-amp if I upgrade my system) BUT most receivers (including the older Sony I would be driving this with for now) need 8 ohm plus speakers. I could wire the drivers it series and get 8 ohm, but then I can cross them... hmmm

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not knowing the thickness of the walls it is kinda hard. Assuming 1/2 think walls we get 8.5x9x10 or 765 cubic inches, .44 cubic feet.
If we go with .75" walls we get 8x8.5x9.5 646 cubic inches, .37 cubic feet

So if the Klipsch box sounds good, then I would say any cabinet that is .35 to .4 or bigger should sound good too? so really the .5cuft cabinets I listed, or the .38 ones both should be good I would think

But one issue I didnt think about... If I was thinking of using these for home stereo speakers... I would need a cross over (or bi-amp if I upgrade my system) BUT most receivers (including the older Sony I would be driving this with for now) need 8 ohm plus speakers. I could wire the drivers it series and get 8 ohm, but then I can cross them... hmmm
Crossover from dayton on parts express arent badly priced. They don't allow you to tune the frequency, but pick the right cutoff the first time and ez.

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Crossover from dayton on parts express arent badly priced. They don't allow you to tune the frequency, but pick the right cutoff the first time and ez.

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mini dsp cost about 100 bucks and can do great job in place of a pair of passives and way more flexible. no phase shift being a bonus. and you can do
time alignment with it in case you want be creative with drivers placing in relation to each other.

Negative is that you`ll have to power it to work.

It seems like most people don't care to actually understand reality.
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mini dsp cost about 100 bucks and can do great job in place of a pair of passives and way more flexible. no phase shift being a bonus. and you can do
time alignment with it in case you want be creative with drivers placing in relation to each other.

Negative is that you`ll have to power it to work.
True, depends on the end goal and budget.

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True, depends on the end goal and budget.

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Aren`t that the truth in just about everything...

Me personally I`d make active speakers with 4ch amplification and mini dsp as brain placed in one speaker and 4 wires running to the second speaker.

I actually have 4ch amplifier that is as small as minidsp and would be perfect for that task. 100x2 plus 50x2 for tweeters would be perfect for killer studio monitors stile speakers.

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not bad ideas

I will need to look at options and see what I can do, Replace the receiver, self power with a small 4 channel amp and minidsp or the like, or something else. or scrap the idea of using the SI drivers and find something that sounds good but are 8ohm out of the box

OK sorry to hijack your thread norurb


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I think I'm going to that thing you sent me to my old Kenwood with dsp built in to my tm65 and kaxblt tweeters

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