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Old 28th March 2009, 11:30 AM   #1
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Default new Sonido SWR200A-8

just thinking .....

new driver from Sonido - intended for OB and BR

both that one and old SFR200-8 ( intended for BLH) are available in AlNiCo version , besides ceramic one ;

I made some small sim ..... but I'm interested - is there any ( at least on paper ) interesting (deliberately not saying - better ) solution ?

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Old 28th March 2009, 03:06 PM   #2
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Default Not so serious suggestion from Pchelac

Who are you and what did you do with real Zen Mod?! Where is Ingmar? Maski is sexy,anyway...
I was thinking of PAudio (allmost) full 10" :
IMF HP-10T :
Fs= 70Hz
Xmax=1mm
Vas=20l
Ss=96db/W/m
AND Qts=0,72
With some help (2 Alphas) from below, and a tweety for 10kHz and above... ? They have 12" with simmilar spec.

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Ouch, you probably meant better sollution for new sonido!
Is it ob graf response you posted..?
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Ouch, you probably meant better sollution for new sonido!
Is it ob graf response you posted..?

hehe .......

read again - what's written left from graphs
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If it works in a BR, it will work in a BVR.

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If it works in a BR, it will work in a BVR.

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He, he to you to I'd like to know what do you have in mind OB-wise? You'll probably post it somewhere, but ... I AM impatient ... It would be great if Dave&gang design some BVR (like Gabriel,please,short, wide and shallow... like me) for fabulous Sonido drivers...
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He, he to you to I'd like to know what do you have in mind OB-wise? You'll probably post it somewhere, but ... I AM impatient ... It would be great if Dave&gang design some BVR (like Gabriel,please,short, wide and shallow... like me) for fabulous Sonido drivers...

OB wise - you can do with them whatever you want .... you already have more than few successful projects around - with main driver around 92db/W/m
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If it works in a BR, it will work in a BVR.

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P10 - just a quickie - which one , of the 8" BVRs from http://www.frugal-horn.com/spawn.html is best for SWR200A , regarding TS data , used in initial development ?

I have MJK's free sheets ...... but - you know - somehow is hard to have time to became good enough in them ... and I know that numbers aren't all .......

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