I've been looking at these for a while now, reading the thread, learning about TH in general, playing around with HornResp and looked into getting the drivers. Still very early stages on the project and with the current situation it'll be a while before I get to start building.
In the mean while, while tinkering with the plans, looking over some measurements (and looking confused while trying to figure out how you're supposed to add fractions together on a calculator) and making notes, I was wondering how much can you modify the enclosure?
NOW, before anyone panics, I completely understand that it's all calculated and carefully designed and I'm not trying to do anything sacrilegious here. I'm just pondering the aesthetics and where the line would be with rounding the outer corners, like this:
Originally I was thinking about rounding all the outer corners, but modifying the mouth to that level could cause some issues.
There's bunch of horny-type enclosures where the builder/designer added diagonal pieces in the inside corners and I've seen some with rounded up ones as well. I've also seen comments saying that's a no no as it takes up so much volume.
I'd imagine rounding just the three corners would be fine up to a point. I'm just not sure where said point is, and that's really what I'm here asking. Is that something that has been properly tested somewhere?
Any and all advise, hints, encouragements, discouragements and refers to other sources of knowledge will be much appreciated
I know it's an old thread and all, but I really dig the design; the size, form factor, how low it plays... it's exactly what I've been looking for.