Speaker Sphere

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Speaker Sphere by Neuroverse Sep 1, 2012
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Mounts a Fostex FT28D speaker and clip it into place with no screws required. There is a small hole in the back of the sphere for a BNC or other audio connector. Not sure how well this will fit other speakers.


Print sphere with full support and with the open end of the sphere up; this way, the support structure will be on the outside and easy to remove. The open clip should be printed with full support as well.

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Did you end up using this as part of a larger speaker? How did the tweeter sound in this enclosure?

I printed out a couple of these for the Fostex FT28D. I used it in a laboratory for simple sounds (tones, clicks, noises, etc), but not music. I'm not sure how it would perform against a real enclosure for music; probably not as well.