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Old 26th February 2006, 04:42 PM   #11
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OK thanks I looked them up. They look like home tweeters? I don't think they will be suitable as the dashboard mounting is quite tight and there is too much metal on the faceplate of those. I suppose they could be trimmed with a cutting tool though...
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Richie you could use a large dome tweeter, like a 2 inch unit, good for 18Khz and down to 400Hz these can gave you all the stage you need.

You will find the best car audio systems using home made tweeters, thats what i have noticed in my time.
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