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My experiments with audio and electronics.

I am Serdar Öner. I love music, I love electronics, I love designing and making loudspeakers. I have been designing my loudspeakers since 90s. This is my hobby. But I also want to share my passion and products with others. Museic Soundworks is my personal brand for loudspeakers that I make. I design my loudspeakers for best system response. Natural, solid and transparent. Best drivers can sound awful if the system is not designed and engineered good. And good enough drivers can sound very impressive with a good design. I search best value drivers all around the world and design systems around them. So, my designs sound good for the price (or the cost). I am sharing my work here for who are interested. If you like my designs, I can built for you too. I can make customizations or develop something unique for you. This is still my hobby and I learn something new everyday. Let’s share it!

Serdar Öner with Museic Model R loudspeaker.
I am with the first Model R. Photo Credit: Deniz Dinçer Öner.

Reference Series

Model R

BEST VALUE FOR SERIOUS AUDIOPHILES


My first reference loudspeaker. This is a 3-way bass-reflex design. It is designed to be very solid and natural sounding for the most demanding audiophiles. Due to its’ advanced matrix internal supporting frame and double layer front baffle, cabinet structure is very rigid and minimizes possible resonances. To minimize standing waves, double chambers and very low crossover frequency for the bass units used. Great value for serious audiophiles.

Museic Model R loudspeaker.
Museic Model R loudspeaker 3D construction detail.

I designed Model R cabinet in CAD environment (actually in Tinkercad, can you believe it?) and produced from laser-cut panels for precision and hand-built one-by-one. Even though it is custom-built to order by hand, it does not compromise from precision and sound quality. Further, it offers best value in its’ product and price category.

Sound testing the Model R early prototype.
The huge inductor used in Model R’s crossover circuit. It weights more than 400 grams. It is hand-made and measured for exact value, just 0,001 mH shy of 2mH :-).

MA SERIES

Model MA

Under Development, Coming Soon


Model MA is the purists loudspeaker. This is a full-range loudspeaker. Carefully designed over legendary MarkAudio drivers, there is no losses here, just pure amplifier power at your service. No crossovers, thick quality internal wiring and very rigid enclosure. Rounded baffle design minimizes baffle step distortions.

Museic Model MA Loudspeaker Prototype
Model MA prototype in sound testing. Did you notice laser cut burns on the front baffle?
Museic Model MA Loudspeaker Front Baffle Construction

Model MA prototype front baffle in test production. Several layers of laser-cut MDF is glued together to create the curved structure. It is almost 5cm’s thick in some parts, giving the front baffle very high rigidity. Also the curve prevents most of the baffle step distortions.


MODEL 1 SERIES

Model 1m

COMPACT AND POWERFUL


My 2-way design with a powerful impact. It has same genes and some drivers of more serious Reference Series in a smaller cabinet. It has a carefully selected bass unit, which is powerful and goes down around 40Hz. I tuned the bass-reflex cabinet to around 37Hz for enhancing deep bass response. Again, this is a very good value proposition in its product category.

From The Blog

My Visit to Akkason Audiorack

I was following Akkason Audiorack Instagram account for a long time. They are a custom audiorack producer for high-end audio systems, such as loudspeakers, amplifiers, turntables etc. I was admiring their work, because they make custom designed and well designed racks for audiophiles. So I contacted them recently for possible development of a special standContinue reading “My Visit to Akkason Audiorack”

How the crossover PCB boards prepared?

I produce Museic crossover PCB’s by using a milling router. I first design the PCB layout on computer, then export it to my CNC router. The router removes some copper metarial from PCB surface to create the circuit. Enjoy some video of my pilot productions.


“Museic is the food for your soul!”


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