I’m happy to announce that there is a new Beginner’s Guide under our “projects” tab.  It’s been a long time in coming and it is finally finished.  The guide is a comprehensive step by step cookbook that will bring Read more…


I’ve become a very big fan of a technique originally described by Jeff Bagby (PCD) and later expanded upon by Nigel Tufnel (A Speakermaker’s Journey).  In Nigel’s blog he calls for testing raw drivers in either a test baffle or Read more…


One of my interests is how one instrument can sound so different from another. One of the big reasons I found was the type and placement of tonewoods. As I venture to make more and different speakers, I’ll be sure Read more…


I don’t know about you, but I can never seem to remember what all the Thiele/Small parameters mean.  I knew that they were important and that some are more important for different reasons.  I came across this article and it Read more…


First come, first served!!  I made two additional pair of BassZilla speaker cabinets in the process of making my own…long story.  And, they’ve been collecting dust and I have to clear out some space for other projects.  So, they’re up Read more…


Welcome to Kaya Sound.  I’m glad you found it. It is dedicated to DIY speaker assembly, building and design.  This site may appeal more to the novice and intermediate in it’s early stages.  I do hope there are a few Read more…


I see so many posts with specific questions that I thought it might be worthwhile to start a thread focused on the very basics. The reason for that is because having been through the process (read: pain) The chart below Read more…