fjettolf wrote:Law of Jante
Look, Fjettolf, people are being a little harsh, but I think what they say is true.
And you seem to be ignoring their advice, which on the interweb often causes people to get irritated and angry.
I tend to think that most of the comments here are absolutely right. I think anyone who thinks they can self-build a transparent nearfield monitor is fooling themselves.
But I also think you can have a lot of fun trying.
Whatever you build will most likely fall far short of the minimum specs for a good quality monitor. Most likely you won't save that much money in the long run.
But you will learn a lot.
So I think you should go out there and build it. But I would suggest: don't approach it has a money saving excercise, but more as a learning process. From that point of view it is valuable.