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baxman 20th December 2012 10:39 AM

Tangband w3-871sc and Dayton DC200-8 in a FAST System
 
Hy all,
I own a pair of Tangband w3-871sc fullranges and a pair of Dayton Audio DC200-8 woofers.
Are they good for a FAST system?

Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!

Nicola

dolphin123 20th December 2012 11:03 AM

Have you got this speakers or you think about buy it?
Think about FR88EX or FR89EX. There fullranges don`t need a tweeters.

baxman 20th December 2012 11:36 AM

Unfortunately, I've already got them.

xrk971 20th December 2012 11:38 AM

The TB W3-871sc specs look very nice and I don't think you need a tweeter based on data. The Dayton woofer has about the right match in efficiency, that is, you want it more efficient than FR to negate need for baffle step correction circuit with FR. Now you just need to make low pass for it and high pass for FR. Think about low cost automotive active crossovers and T-amp bi-amping, lets you adjust crossover points and relative outputs easily and only a little more expensive than big inductors and caps for crossovers.

baxman 28th December 2012 04:56 PM

Hello,
I can answer only now, because of the Christmas holidays...
I really like the idea of the electronic crossover. I already have one Scythe SDA-1100 and a Dayton Audio DTA-100a that I could use for the full range and woofer respectively. Then I like the Behringer SUPER-X PRO CX2310, what do you think about?

xrk971 28th December 2012 05:15 PM

The Behringer is perfect - I was thinking of something substantially less expensive from car audio in the $50 range but if you can get this one even better.

tuxedocivic 28th December 2012 05:32 PM

Seems you're stuck with an LR4 cross over with that berry unit. Why not a minidsp or a better unit with all the cross over types.


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