I just thought I would check in and say hello to all here, who are part of the E-Wave world. I'm also a member of AudioKarma, and witnessed the latest display of female hormones directed at Erich, by one or two members. I just thought I would offer my apologies and check you folks out.
I have been away from the diy
scene for a few years now, and primarily returned to finish up a pair of Frankenstein monsters that I walked away from in 2008. The project has been sitting in the corner of my basement shop ever since. But I'm self-employed and use my basement for my business, so I have to eyeball them every time I go to work. To make a long story short, I finally decided to get off my keyster and put them to bed.
I left about the time Zilch started up his EconoWave project, so I had no idea of it until I returned to 'diyaudio.com' last month. And after wading through the first 75 pages of Zilch's slightly less than 1000 page thread on the E-Wave A-K, I quickly saw the possibilities of applying his principles to my Hexagon speaker project.
So that is what I have been doing for the last several weeks, when I read about that little issue yesterday.
Anyway, if everyone here is as considerate as Erlich and a few others, I think I will stick around for awhile, and learn something. I'll start out by wading through the pages of this thread. But I will naturally have some questions as I go along.
And here is my first question. Are you all still working with the basic circuits that Zilch worked out? And will the new waveguide of yours require any changes?
A link, or links, explaining all this would be wonderful.
So with that, I'll make this a regular place to visit for the future. And my thanks to you all up front.