I think I am going to build it with the I-Beam transducer and a 200 watt amp to power it. I think that should be able to push it with plenty of headroom? I have an extra output on my Driverack that I can use to set filters, eq, and delay with.
Specifications: • Power handling: 100 watts RMS/250 watts max • Frequency range: 20-800 Hz • Impedance: 4 ohms • Force/Watt: 2.2lbs/watt (9.7 Newtons/Watt) • Dimensions: 6-3/4" L x 4-1/4" x W 2-1/8" H.
From an acoustical perspective should I take the size, shape, and type of wood into consideration? I would like to keep it as low profile as possible. I don't really want a "riser" per say.
Right now I'm thinking it would just be a piece of plywood cut with several 1/2" rubber feet attached on the bottom and the I beam mounted on the top.
shaped kinda like that with the tapered side going under the booth with the I-Beam attached.
It with be sitting on top of carpet. I may also put a rug on top to dampen the vibration sound if it bothers me.