DIY Loudspeaker Building - 2nd edition: Packed with ideas on how to build your own speakers for home, hi-fi or home theatre use (Paperback)

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Here's a book on building your own speakers that's packed with great new ideas. Building a pair of underfloor 15-inch subwoofers for your home, integrating quality ported enclosures into your walls or ceiling - even developing your own spherical-shaped hi-fi speakers. There's also coverage of software to design speaker enclosures, to determine the specs of second-hand or unknown drivers, and to measure the performance of your new speakers. Here are ideas that you can take and apply for yourself, without needing to buy expensive brand-name drivers or have high-level woodworking skills. Practical and down to earth, the 68 large-format pages are packed with content - nearly 150 full colour photos showing step-by-step construction, and the projects start from just a few dollars. This second edition adds extended coverage on testing speakers, how to obtain quality loudspeaker drivers at low cost, how to cheaply adjust tweeter levels, and building a subwoofer from pre-built enclosures. Read this book and start building quality speakers today.

About the Author


Julian Edgar started his working life freelancing for photography magazines. He then worked as a secondary school teacher for eight years, teaching senior humanities, before leaving teaching and becoming a full-time technical writer. He edited a national Australian automotive print magazine before becoming editor of AutoSpeed, an online car magazine. He also wrote extensively for Silicon Chip, an electronics hobbyist magazine, while contributing articles to technical and automotive publications in Australia, the UK and the US. He has been building and testing loudspeaker systems all his adult life, including in automotive and home settings. Julian lives in a hamlet 80 kilometres north of Canberra, Australia. He spends much of the week playing in his home workshop - for the rest of the time, he works for a company providing training in high-level writing skills.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781533474049
ISBN-10: 1533474044
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: May 26th, 2016
Pages: 70
Language: English