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Old 10th December 2004, 06:34 PM   #11
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mmm sorry i misunderstood the wording.

1800 hz, that IS low, you'd have to do a might steep xover to make a tweet happy w/ that...not my cup o joe but hey...to each his own, etc.
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mmm sorry i misunderstood the wording.

1800 hz, that IS low, you'd have to do a might steep xover to make a tweet happy w/ that...not my cup o joe but hey...to each his own, etc.

4th Order Linkwitz Riley. It only takes two components combine with the natural rolloff to get there. These Seas tweeters have some serious low frequency power handling balls.

Full range metal cone drivers are rare, but I've heard some people say the MCM 55-1291 is a little more suited to wide range use. I haven't measured one though.
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4th Order Linkwitz Riley. It only takes two components combine with the natural rolloff to get there. These Seas tweeters have some serious low frequency power handling balls.

Full range metal cone drivers are rare, but I've heard some people say the MCM 55-1291 is a little more suited to wide range use. I haven't measured one though.
well sir i would like to see those docs! sounds rather elegant!

i ASSumed that a 4th order would require the usual salad bowl of components.

i'm always up for learning new tricks...perhaps i'll whack a pair together as per your specs and see how i like it!

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