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Taming the High Frequency of Tangband's Titanium W4
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Old 4th April 2011, 01:56 AM   #31
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Hi Mark,

Thanks for the links. Those filters look way too elaborated to me, especially the one in the "lineup". I wanna use something as simple as possible and maybe I will try to "simplify" one of those circuits.

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Old 18th April 2011, 01:35 PM   #32
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Hi guys,
Sorry I have been busy for a while (and will be busy again in late May, thanks to my uni exams—duh!).
I realized that the rising response starting from 6kHz may be on axis and a bit of toe in may fix it, after referring to the similar if not identical rising of the bamboo cone sibling. All I have to do is to apply a simple notch to iron out some excessive cone breakup at 10kHz and everything should be fine. Still waiting for my long summer holiday to order a pair of these and play around...
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What did you come up with for the notch filter?
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Old 10th April 2013, 03:55 AM   #34
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You can't filter out that kind of frequency aberration 10-20K peak, use the bamboo cone. It's well behaved and with a little BSC sounds amazing! I've been listening to the 1320 neo with 1mh 5ohm on a solid state Pioneer receiver and it ROCKS, but I mostly listen to jazz.

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