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Old 16th March 2011, 07:05 PM   #11
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after having a good read up around here, I think I've decided on the alpair 6p, after having a long think of what I want, paper or maybe poly cone is the only way to go, not a fan of the sound of any metal cones I've heard.

This just leaves the bass driver to decide... I checked out the trio and I think it's gonna be too pricey after shipping is added.
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Old 16th March 2011, 07:25 PM   #12
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With all the Euro suppliers i'd think something with less fuel costs attached would be appropriate. SEAS, Visaton, Monacor...

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1st off f3 is not a very good evaluation of how deep a box will go (Toole). In a rrom, with room gain, f10 is much more meaningful. I usually aim for a bessel Q where F10 is about 35 Hz. The 40 Hz number is from a measure (in my room).


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I agree with -10 dB matter. Usually room has gain for boosting up -12 dB/oct slope that sealed has.

BTW SB Acoustics SB29NRX75-6 has -10 dB point around 23 Hz in 50 litre sealed. That is quite nice driver I think.
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