One of the guys at PE is suppose to put me in contact with the person that deals with item returns. So I'm pretty confident that I can check all cut outs from anything that PE sells. I'm suppose to go up there some day this week after they gather things up.
Right now I'm going to check baffles for the following and get them made:
Dayton Reference 10", 12", 15"
Titanic 10", 12", 15"
LMS 10", 12", 15", 18"
Dayton 15" DVC385, 15" DCS-380
If any of you guys know optimal enclosure volumes for any of those models (and plate amps), please let me know so I can make sure we have specific drop in kits.
Here's the sealed boxes I'm shooting for:
1.25 cu ft
2.25 cu ft
2.5 cu ft
3 cu ft
3.5 cu ft
4 cu ft
possibly 5-6 cu ft.
possibly .75 - 1 cu ft?
dual opposed 2 cu ft for two 10's
dual opposed 2.5 - 2.75 cu ft (???) for two Dayton Reference 12's
dual opposed (????) for two 15's...what 15's?
Possibly two 10's or two 12's mounted vertically. But then again, which drivers, what size box?
The slight problem is 100 drivers and 100 box sizes. So while the general sizes above will be good, and blank baffles will also help, I think it would be great to have some enclosures designed specifically for a certain driver.
I've been scouring the vast interwebz looking for certain models that people really like and what box size they work best in along with amps, but that's not so easy because there's a lot of variation.
I'm completely open for any ported designs to match up with something. I really need to get all this figured out before the end of the month because all the waveguide stuff is coming then.
The small "warehouse" next to my landscaping business is starting to look funny! Flat packs and waveguides everywhere!