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Speaker links


Websites about the home construction of loudspeakers.
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Last check of all links: October 1, 2019

Last update: October 1, 2019


Arai (Japan): Yuichi Arai’s audio lab (very interesting site)

Audio Fanatic (Italy): Tapered quarter-wave pipes, horns, etc.
Augé (France): A subwoofer and satellites 

Box Plan Library (Canada): Many construction plans for DIY loudspeakers

BoxSim (Germany): Excellent speaker simulation program (freeware)

Brient (France): The largest horns you have ever seen

Brines: Voigt and other tapered quarter-wave pipes (Weems etc.)

Car Stereo (USA): Much speaker info and software

Coefs Speaker Lab (Japan): Various cabinet plans for Fostex units  
DIY Proac: Home-made clone of the ProAc Response 2.5
Doppenberg (Holland): Cabinets for full-range loudspeakers (Lowther, Fostex) 

Frugal Horn (Canada & USA): Cheap DIY horn loudspeakers 

Gallardo (Chile): La Folia homemade ribbon speakers

Gee (Holland): Well-documented loudspeaker projects

Gravesen (Denmark): DIY loudspeaker projects
Haumann (Germany): Plasma tweeters and Jericho horns
Haute Fidélité (France): Single-driver speakers (Club à Large Bande)
Henderiecx (Belgium): An impressive active loudspeaker
Hifi Speaker Design (Holland): Freeware for speaker design

Horn Plans (France): Very many plans for horn loudspeakers
Johns Audio Projects: Several speakers, interesting one-driver design
King: Quarter-wave loudspeakers 
Kreskovsky (USA): Various speakers including LS3/5A clone

Lautsprecherbau (Germany): Construction plans etc
Leach (GA, USA): Small 3-way satellite loudspeaker
Linkwitz (USA): Open baffle speaker with matching electronics
Loesch (UK): High-efficiency loudspeaker projects

LoudMagnet (Holland): Cabinet plans of various manufacturers 

Loudspeaker Database: Parameters of very many drive units

LS3/5A (UK): Comprehensive site about the BBC LS3/5A

Mario (Germany): Horn loudspeakers 

Mauro (France): Speaker projects from various manufacturers 

Meddens (Holland): Quad electrostat mods, dipole subwoofer, etc. 
Mogale (UK): Plans for (mainly) horn loudspeakers
Murphy Blaster Productions: Some speaker plans
Olsher (USA): The Dahlia and Poly Natalia speaker plans
Olson (CA, USA): The Ariel series of loudspeaker plans
Ordina Thor (France): Horn and quarter-wave pipe loudspeakers

Paradox (Holland): Several homebuilt speakers

Petoin (France): Excellent speaker building page
Phinder (Germany): Horn and Voigt pipe plans 

Radford (New Zealand): Several speakers including DIY electrostatics

Saunisto (Finland): Unusual speaker cabinets (several open systems)
Seas (Norway): Suggestions for speakers based on Seas units
Secrets of Home Theatre & High Fidelity (USA): Some speaker plans
Sound of the Valve (Italy): Horn & dipole loudspeaker plans 

Speaker Workshop (Italy): Freeware for LS building

Stalnaker (USA): The Voigt pipe page
Subwoofer DIY Page: All about subwoofer building
Supravox (France): Good drive units, nice kits
Szekeres (PA, USA): Info on wadding, measurement mics, vibration killing
Tapered Quarter Wave Pipes (Russia): Theory and practice of TQWP loudspeakers

Thofte (Denmark): DIY Walsh-type bending-wave transducer
Transmission Line Page:  All about transmission line loudspeaker cabinets
Ulfman (Holland): Comprehensive site about Karlson couplers
Van Veldhuizen (Holland): DIY loudspeakers and amplifiers
Véron (France): Two- and threeway speaker combinations
Viggo Pedersen (Norway): Elaborate (but ancient) speaker-building page

Visaton (Germany): Construction plans for Visaton drive units
Zeeuwe (Holland): DIY electrostatic, ribbon, dynamic & horn loudspeakers



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