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Old 12th November 2012, 08:00 PM   #101
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Pretty much what i'm listening to now. FF85wKeN in µFonkenSET with a same footprint helper woofer. It works REALLY well with a PLLXO, am working on a passive XO now.

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Dave just killer. This is what I am looking to build on my next project. I really like this idea. Also what type of woofer is that? A peerless woofer? 4 or 5 inch? Looks nice dave. How is the low end? Do you have plans for this type of set up or box design? Jeff

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I am also working on a couple blade-inspired concepts with 4 of these 4" Peerless (which are producing far in excess of expectation). Our 1st pass is a woodworking nightmare, Scott has a version with the concept boiled down to its essence & as simple as possible which also needs building.

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Old 13th November 2012, 01:52 AM   #103
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which 4" Peerless are these of which you speak?
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Old 13th November 2012, 03:12 AM   #104
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Old 13th November 2012, 03:29 AM   #105
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Here were mine, with some "helper woofer"

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Old 13th November 2012, 03:33 AM   #106
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guys,

It stills seems the typical over complication is occurring. All in the name of simplification. Only 58 posts since my last and the same stuff is happening (semantics).

Hence I am asking mods to please kill this thread.
Is not it about semantic from the beginning?

By the way, my definition is better than yours.
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Old 13th November 2012, 03:43 AM   #107
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Nanook you know ALL threads take on a life of their own after the first post.
I for one would really liked to have seen a specific definition.
The Peerless linked I could probably live with as computer or library speakers BTW
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The Peerless linked I could probably live with as computer or library speakers BTW
The one i linked? We are using it as a helper woofer below 200-300 Hz.

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I think I would be using the Peerless 4 inch as the main driver

heck Dave I like BIG speakers and at the moment I have no computer speakers at all.
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I think I would be using the Peerless 4 inch as the main driver
Not if you had heard the FF85wKeN.

And remember no XO >400 Hz allowed.

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