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Finished up a small build using some speakers I had ordered for a boombox I was going to make but had given upon. So I might as well make a small bookshelf speaker instead. Woofer is the RS100P and a ND25FA tweeter. I have used the tweeter before in a few builds, but this is my first crack at the RS series. Originally I thought I would maybe run the woofer full range and just use the tweeter to fill in the top end. After a few sims I realized that plan wasn't going to work very well, so back to a normal hp/lp filter. Ended up with a 2nd order on the woofer and 3rd on the tweeter - crossover point is at 3k. Cabinet is 1/2" BB with a 3/4" baffle and finished with a few coats of Danish oil. I really quite like how easy it is to apply - wipe on/wipe off😁 I added a small strip of maple down the front of the baffle for a little accent. The plan is to make a small sub to pair with these to help fill in the bottom end which is a little lacking.
Simmed response and final measured in room response
Thought it would be easier to make the baffle removeable to access the crossover instead of trying to fit it through the woofer hole - have to say that I don't like how there is a gap between the baffle and the rest of the box. What do you guys do to seal up removeable panels without gaps?