Open Baffle Resources: Documented designs and kits

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JohnR

This post will have a list of links to complete documented open baffle designs that you can (or could) build yourself. Both passive and active (and hybrid) are included. This is for those who want to build but not design.

Please post in this thread if you have a suggestion that is not already here or additional information that should be added to this post. Designs must use currently available drivers to be on the list.


Free designs


Paid plans


Kits

"Kit" has the usual meaning here, meaning complete set of drivers, crossover parts, hardware, and plans. A store where you could buy parts separately does not count. There are not very many but the ones we know of are:
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Bumpy

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Re: Open Baffle Resources: Documented Free DIY designs
« Reply #1 on: 28 Sep 2018, 10:23 am »
Surprised nobody has mentioned the Lampizator range of Endorphin DIY speakers. Mine are based on an improved version of the P17, built by Slawa at SW1X. They don't come much better than this when built with vintage Alnico drivers

http://www.lampizator.eu/SPEAKERS/PROJECTS/P17/Endorphine%20from%20Kingston%20Kitchen.html

barryso

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Re: Open Baffle Resources: Documented Free DIY designs
« Reply #2 on: 28 Sep 2018, 03:05 pm »
John Busch's stand mounted Manzanita and floor standing Ultra are pretty easy and inexpensive builds.  Nice sounding, too.

Follow the links in the first post to the current version of the speakers.  They have been updated and refined for over 10 years.

https://www.diyaudio.com/forums/multi-way/110583-fast-fun-inexpensive-ob-project.html