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Checkout diyaudio,com for the calculations for driver to speaker box dimensions. I know theres Theil calculations? They should work for any dimensions.
These are speakers! Enclosures go inside speakers to isolate the driver from other frequencies.
This is the right idea but it would work a lot better with burnt Hemp fiber.Checkout Robert Murray Smiths YouTube channel and his work on DIY Hemp Batterys.They surpass Lithium batterys in performance.
I have a Sansui AU-11000 amplifier built in 1974/75. You would spend thousands of dollars now days to get the same quality of sound.The 1970s and 80s are considered the golden age of sound.Its when they made amplifiers to last.Checkout AudioKarma.org or DIYAudio.com to restore these Museum peices.
Thats for sure! I asked for a service manual for a Digitech amplifier I was checking out in an electronics store a while ago. They said they dont have service manuals anymore? If that doesnt say built in obsolesence I dont know what does? I refuse to buy anything that doesnt have a service manual anymore because it would invairiably be plastic junk that fails just after the warranty runs out. lol
Now thats a nice looking bike! I used to have an XS2-650 back in the 70s.
For super dooper energy storage checkout Robert Murray Smiths YouTube channel on how to easily make your own Graphene batterys out of common cheap materials.These batterys go at least four times longer than Lithium Ion of the same weight,theyre non-toxic,safe,they dont heat up or explode and can be short circuited without any problems. He calls them Electrical Energy Storage Devices.(EESD) These are the batterys of the future.
Excellent,very well thought out.Youve done a good job mate and youve got my vote.
I like the tennis ball or rock trick. Now why didnt I think of that? LOL
You can DIY your own graphene batterys now that surpass Lithium batterys in all areas including energy density,theyre more powerful,a lot lighter,charge up in a few minutes,theyre safe,dont heat up or explode even if short circuited,theyre non toxic and are made of easy to get cheap materials.I know it sounds too good to be true but its real alright,a lot of people are making them now. For instructions go to Robert Murray Smiths YouTube channel and watch some videos on how its done.Youll be amazed!
I was puzzled at first thinking, how in the great flying spaghetti monsters name could anyone play an LP record with that? lol
Thats interesting! Its seems the Neodimium magnets are getting way too hot to lose magnetisation like that and may call for bigger motors?
I have AdBlockPro because I dont like being bombarded with ads everywhere I go. If you unknowingly uploaded the ad with the YouTube video then I suggest you use AdBlock yourself.I was under the impression that you had uploaded the advert on purpose? Anyway its a cool instructable.(without the ad) lol
You lost me as soon as you put on the advert. This is not the place for it and I think you know that.
Yes they can be used in RC planes. You can rewire them and add neodymium magnets to be much more powerful, I watched a video on YouTube or somewhere that shows how to do it,it might even be here on Instructables?
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