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Old 28th July 2007, 11:11 PM   #1
Glen1 is offline Glen1  Australia
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Default SEAS - newby needs help

Hi Guys,
I'm just after a bit of advice. I have acquired some SEAS drivers and am looking to retro fit them into some 12 litre cabinets I have to make some garage speakers to keep me occupied whilst hiding from the wife. I have had a look around at crossover design etc but it does seem a little confusing so any crossover suggestions would be appreciated.

Cabinets - 12 litre sealed - can be vented with hole saw and some PVC pipe.

Bass driver - SEAS CA18RNX - the long throw big magnet one

Tweeters - H225 19 mm soft dome tweeter otherwise known as 19TNF.

I'm not looking at making a super speaker but just something nice for a bit of critical garage listening. Any crossover suggestions would be appreciated.

NOTE: I did work out that the tweeter I have looks like it needs to be crossed over pretty high. Not sure how the bass driver goes with high crossover point. I do have access to some 27 TTF or 27 TBC/G tweeters but the 19's fit in the current holes nicely and there will be come work to get the bigger ones to fit.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 28th July 2007, 11:35 PM   #2
Andy G is offline Andy G  Australia
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I think that with a 6.5" driver, I would definitely use the larger tweeter ie the 27tffc or whatever, worth the little bit extra work needed
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