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Old 6th March 2007, 04:42 AM   #1
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Default Lowther DX4 ,helper tweeter

Hi there
I'm deliberating on using EV T350 as a tweeter for Lowther DX4 in 200Hz front horn
I have to change diaphragm in one of the T350 and I'm deliberating if I should use 8 or 16 Ohm . Lowther nominal impedance is 8 ohm which would suggest sticking wit 8 ohm the problem is that since there is no low pass filter on lowthers only the cap on tweeter (crossed at ~10k) the drivers will be electrically in parallel from cross point (and lower down the slope ) Anybody sorted that out? Regards, L
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