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Old 5th December 2012, 03:33 PM   #91
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Thanks for the replies

but I'd now reduce that to 7 liters or a bit less
7 per driver for a total of 14 (or less) is what you mean here ?

Jim -- I found your original plans in my archive of notes after this post ( Like a squirrel with lost nuts ). In light of your reply it seems like adding the tweeter is the better end result. What did you use ? Same as Dave suggests or different ? and filter specs.

Dave just made it harder to decide since 14L can get me into very good WAF territory

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I used the HiVi RT1.3 planar tweeter as my rear mounted super tweeter on my bipolar MLTL design. It adds ambient reverb to the sound field. For a particular room or venue you likely would adjust the radiation level of the tweeter or vary the placement in the room for best results.
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