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4.0 out of 5 stars Just what I wanted
This book was well worth the money! I was struggling to find someone who could explain to me what all the 'letters' mean in speaker design, and how that translates into a specific size of box.
The author of this book takes great care to fully explain the meaning of the different elements and how they all relate to each other.
The only negative point I...
Published on 9 Feb 2006 by Mr J Heard

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3.0 out of 5 stars Very interesting book, but limited in scope
David Weems provides a great deal of interesting information and formulae on the theory of loudspeaker design, but this only covers a limited range of types of speaker cabinet. The range of projects is similarly limited.
Published on 23 April 2011 by Mr. A. J. McHutchison


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4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars, 9 Aug 2014
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This review is from: Designing, Building, and Testing Your Own Speaker System with Projects (Paperback)
Good book for introducing people to making their own HiFi speakers.
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2 of 8 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Designing building and testing your own loudspeaker system, 27 Feb 2009
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I bought this because it was on offer with my book of choice, and after a browse became aware of some stark errors in it. In addition the style of written English, as is often the case, reveals a sloppiness of thought; a lack of precision and rigour in the thought processes themselves. The resultant cognitive dissonance has made it difficult and tiresome to read even though it undoubtedly has some value in it. Sometimes several readings of a sentence are necessary in order to try to grasp a point, and this is due to the imprecision of expression rather than the complexity of the matter being dealt with.
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