I bought a pair of Pioneer TS-G4642R 4x6 coax speakers to use as laptop speakers. Seems like all computer speakers **** so bad, so I want to make my own. I ordered a wireless bluetooth stereo receiver and plan on making the speakers totally wireless to get rid of the wire clutter.
Anyway, while I will probably end up making the enclosures 10x smaller then recommended, I am curious as to what the optimal size would be. I would consider going a bit bigger if I could get a bit lower frequency response out of them.
Here is the link to pioneers website I found through googling. There are no specs at all listed.
Since these are so small, and won't produce too much pressure, I am wondering if I could build some kind of collapsable enclosure that I could pull apart to enlarge when I want to use them, and when im done push them back together to make the box small and fit in my backpack.
Thanks for any help.