When it comes to exact specifications of the 3CD design, many
aspects of the actual building and specifications is debatable.
Certainly you dont "need" the seal, but I'm personally not sure if
it would boast a worse performance becuase of it. You should
contact Matt Rock, or... some other people.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "powrmajik" <powrmajik@y...> wrote:
> I have been interested in this theory for years and have just now
> had the time to try it out for myself. I have seen many...many
> different designs on the web and I have the general knowledge to
> complete this. However, I was wondering about the stability of
> cones. In some models I have seen that they are made out of
> aluminum sheeting and rivited to make the cone shape, while others
> are sealed along the seam using solder or are made with out a
> Does it matter if the seam is sealed or not? Does it affect the
> the machine works? Does it affect balance and how have some of you
> remedied it if not sealing the seams?