3d printing baffle to make angled drivers. How angled should they be?

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  1. MF_Kitten

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    I've been getting parts 3d printed to make my open back beyers more closed back. Now I wanna make new baffles that angle the drivers, kinda like some of the Tesla series and Sennheiser headphones do. Is 45 degrees a good angle?
     
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    Id say start at 15, then 30
     
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    My LCD-XC are about 15 or 20 degrees, rough guess.
     
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    15° seems to be the standard for angling the transducer.
    They say that the driver should be parallel to the ear, angling it further probably won't be beneficial.
     

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