Very nice. Makes me want to build a labyrinth for the 4 inch thick speaker cabinets for my 1960 Symphonic portable stereophonic phonograph. Possibly some of the most acoustically incorrect speaker enclosures designed. Speaker moves around a ton, but no bass can be heard. Incidentally, labyrinths were first commercially employed in the 1930s on the fine Stromberg Carlson radios. Their labyrinths weren't designed to reduce size so much as to improve audio quality. Indeed, if you do get one of the SC labyrinth radios running, particularly a 1940s model with Armstrong FM, you are in for a treat. Be warned, though. They employed aluminum voice coils in their speakers. Aluminum is lighter, and drastically improves high frequency response. However, it cannot be soldered. The connections to the fine coil wires are made with crimps, which develop microscopic corrosion after 70 or 80 years. If the crimp is repaired, the original speakers with their suede suspensions (glycerin or KY lube softens the suede) sound amazing.
My earphones goes wild, the bass was very good!
How is this channel not over a million subscribers??
my neighbors would never let me have a sub like that :(
Luar biasa hasilnya 😁😁
What 3d pinter do u have
You earned yourself a sub. 🤔
I listened in my home theater. Sounds amazing!
Do you provide the enclosure printing file?
hay that's my name
That response looks very lumpy.
You are awesome dude!
I'll definitely do this.
Thx for sharing your passion and project 🤙🏻
With a top frequency response of only 2K, can you use this without a "mid-range + high" speaker?
Love it 😍🙏
It’s deep but it seems inaccurate” could be the Sony ch700n on my head”
Hey Hexibase. I started with an X, Y, Z axis that I imported into my PDQ program, which automatically converted into a .exe file.
Then I opened the .exe in Google Assistant which prompted the FBI and CIA to merge as one file. Later I used an ISIS sweep generator to bring it up to DHS with a lot of RAM. I used the ctrl to shift the scrnlk, and saved it as a PDF. Later when I played the PDF, I discovered the FBI and CIA merged with the DHS and caused the PDQ to not communicate with ISIS, making the XYL have loud QRM with an RST of 5x5x5, which blew the diaphragm from the XYL's chooch circuit. Now I need to find another chooch circuit that can handle the RAM of 35 RPM. I found a source on line for A.N.A.L lube which guarantees better performance of the PDF when stepping up the RPM of the RAM over 15, Making the chooch circuit much quieter thus reducing the screaming to around 40 DBL. It took a few try's to get it dialed in and everything is working perfect. Thanks for the upload, it has given me inspiration!
Okay, for those reading this ( if you finished ), It was just a joke. I liked the project and what was done, but didn't understand ANY of the technical stuff. So I posted what I basically heard as a JOKE. Did you scratch your head??
garbage in- garbage out
Hey Hexibase, can you share the stepfiles of your Speaker-Cases in Thingiverse or something? I cannot order the speakers you use, so I have to make some change. Thanks a lot
You’re a madman! Nice work!
3d printers need to work in a controlled temperature environment in order to work properly. Too cool and you get crappie prints due to poor layer adhesion and warping. Consider getting yourself a heated enclosure. This especially critical with regular spool fed printers. Great work by the way. Good solid content
New sub here. 3:29, How did you know I'm doing a "Screenshot"?! 😁
I am just so glad I saw your vids. Though I am not able to do what you just did, at least there is this spark in me that says I can do this in the coming days, with the designs that I have in mind, of course. Thanks! Great video/audio recording and editing by the way. Very clear and audible.
Put a ton of tiny styrofoam balls inside the box and put a screen in the hole
I am always amazed at where PUBLIC DIY has reached, private DIY must easily be 10x
the quality of these videos are actually insane
6:10 do not remove from bed in to a bath (avoid splashing of resin and water and IPA on your printer and your self
I am looking to build an enclosure like this for use on motorcycles. What are the power input and SPL output numbers. I'm fascinated by your builds and audio knowledge.
Ah. Earphone eardrum massage again!
That’s my 3d Model (the 3 wise skulls) which they took from thingiverse and are using it without permission. I wrote them once about it but never got an answer
Part 2 didn't manage?(
Remember this with resin printing, always point the surface that you care the most away from the build plate.
what is the stand your using on your krk monitors with that arm look sick
sounds really bad actually. But its probably cheap
so.. can i use this enclosure for car subwoofer ?
Full Range Drivers w notch filters on a printed passive radiator box... somethin i just wanna see built :-)
HexiBase, do you mind sharing the critical dimensions of the enclosure? I would like to make a remixed version of your enclosure with a different form factor but still use the same acoustic structures (i.e. the cross sectional area of the T-line, the length, the volume of the cavity, etc)
even I can tell the difference when you cover the port
Would love to see a v.2 for this!
Thanks for the great video.
Can you tell me how you can describe the sound quality?
I want to know before I’m making it for my self.
I think it is a good idea to print a 3D printer and sell it.
The sound would be distorted when the polarity is inverted? That part is untrue, and would only be unpleasant when paired with a correctly wired speaker.. just saying!
Neat project but WHY are you obsessed with a speaker looking like it was made out of wood, WHEN IT NEVER WAS AND NEVER WILL BE MADE OUT OF WOOD? Why would you not choose the filament that gave you the highest density, strength, and least amount of vibration? The spikes are supplied to prevent excessive bass response in certain rooms. Your choice of cabinet is second to none however as a tapered tube is probably the best speaker cabinet we have discovered to date. The midrange vocals in that first piece of music sounded very good for the money you have invested in my opinion. You could hear the resonance of the room she was singing in. That is presenting a lot of detail in the midrange department for such a modest investment. : )
Please tell me the sound in the end is reall.
Is the wood filament needed?
What woofer fullrange? Audio labs 3" or 4"?
According to a datasheet, this speaker has Fas/Qts as of 132, and this number definitely requires a port. But this does not matter for all this Chinese c..p -) The only good thing is your creativity. Try to use some real stuff. I can bet the results will be outstanding.
PS The FR graph on their store is a fraud, because full range speakers with such linearity do not exist.
Does anybody have the stl's for the speakers? I want to print them!!!!
Hi! Does anyone know where can I find the original .stl files?
I would have held off on the painting, until I sanded the seem smooth. but that's me. Nice design and very cool
Ini pada ngomong apa yaa??
Would you say this is the best 3D printer? What would you consider the best for this kind of work?
Very inspiring! Thanks for the great video
Hexibass sent me :)
Where i can found stl fil
Nice speakers. I would like to buy it but I don't know what is better, do you think it is better the 4ohm or the 8ohm version?
I search the STL files, which are used in this video. :)
nice DIY but sounds crap...
Turn on the Ring bell,be alerted when I publish new video,thank you
should put some kind of glue between the printed part and the acrylic.
should cover the not used screw holes.
You will have a bass loss with that
Also, looks like you have an underextruded print, check your extrusion parameters, extruder steps/mm, filament diameter.
Wonderful project brother.
Я хочу это
Better built than any factory built Bluetooth speaker.
sir make a cheep hot air gun for smd work
You should air tight it, speakers depend on a seal enclosure soo they can move their air efficiently on a mini like that there might not be much change but it's worth the try maybe the weird crackle noise goes away.
I recommend a strong clear glue.
Another great video, you can see the little speaker working and noticed the variation in sound depth when you tilted it here and there.
Alguien que me explique en español para que sirven esas "canaletas" del parlante?
It sounds fantastic😎
We should build a massive life size version of this and shake the earth itself
Can you tell me what videocliper are you using,you can tell me on my telegram chanel Dag328
Watch your videos from Russia.😉🇷🇺
Super bass 🤣🤣🤣
Make a solar panel hacks
I'm dont agree with the music
Happy New year to all hacktubers
What board you're using for the amplifier?
Nice job brother 🖤
Hope this year will be the best for u man❤️