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Old 16th March 2012, 02:36 AM   #1
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Default L25D, L20D, or L15D

Please dont flame, search bar does not work with my phone, and I do not have a PC.

I have two l25d boards and a smps800r. I had planned on using one of these setups per each channel for an active two way tower I was designing. After reading some more, it seems that the l15d may be more suited to the upper frequency drivers than the l25d...however, I am just surmising.

Does anyone have any input? I need to run the low frequency drivers at 4ohms, but the uppers can be wired at 4 or 8. More power is not a bad thing as these are large line arrays, but noise floor and tonality are more important to me.

Any suggestions?

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