Yes, there will be an dedicated area for each speaker. But again, that's not too much of a problem. What I'm having a hard time explaining here is that I really just need to better document each design with photos and instructions.
I can start a thread on the DIY site in about 1 minute. But I need to gather information for the kit itself, like photos, instructions, crossover layouts, assembly tips, where to put the crossover, what kind of wire, glue, acoustic foam, etc. That's what will take a long time. On the main site I will need to figure out how to explain the SEOS waveguide, or why a certain speaker is bigger/better than another. There's literally zero information on some kits. Every time I look at the Fusion-8 or Fusion-12 pages I shake my head and wonder why people would even order them. They're great, but there is literally no info about them at all. The Fusion-15 is even worse. It's said "More info coming"......for about 2 years.
That stuff is why I feel the site needs to temporarily go down so it can be done properly. I just can't package things anymore with the thought of "Good luck on your build". This month has had more frustrated emails than usual, probably because they had family coming over for Christmas and weren't able to show off their work.
This probably sounds kind of funny, but it's from a very frustrated person in an email on Friday.....which was the final straw that made me want to make the change. This isn't the first email like this either.
"Long story short, I just had a temper tantrum like an 8 year old boy and my sloppy half ass crossovers got chucked across the room and are now in many pieces strewn across the floor. I realize I need to pay for the parts again, but can I just order the assembled crossovers so I don't have a brain aneurysm?
I feel pretty stupid now sitting here with assembled speakers that I can't use because I had to spazz out over the crossovers."
He was very nice and obviously knew he messed up. I feel bad about that because honestly, I may have done the same thing.
But I always wonder how many people have their crossovers assembled wrong, or how many simply gave up because a crossover schematic is just not enough for many people. I literally plan to contact every single person that has ordered a SEOS speaker kit over the past 2.5 years and direct them to whatever information I can come up with.