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Old 07-13-2013, 07:49 AM - Thread Starter
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My boss has just DIY'd a 130" projector screen and three in-wall SEOS speakers.

Trying to keep a high WAF he's trying to in-wall as much as possible

 

As I finish my Stereo Integrity 18" sealed build, he's asking about building out a soffit below the screen to house multiple drivers like the 18". 

 

How can one model in WinISD four or six drivers in a large box? 

 

If one 18" likes 4-6 cu ft, and he builds a box that's 20 cu ft, does that mean he could put in three to five drivers and be good?


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Theres a box for number of drivers. After you've modeled the driver you can still play with the box volume and number of drivers.
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And then, bracing will be very important.
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