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Old 25th November 2008, 05:35 AM   #1
tenor12 is offline tenor12  United States
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Hey guys

I'm new to this site. but used to be in car audio for a long time. We built some crazy systems in some surprising cars.

But that was more than 13 years ago.

So I need a little help with some crossover design on a pair of Dunlavy Audio Labs SC-IV/A Loudspeakers

now before you say Whaaaaaaaaat?

these were a pair of Dunlavy's liquidated when they shut their doors..

Sad, I know.
So this pair went out the door without binding cups or x-overs.

A tragedy indeed. Any of you familliar with these will probably know that these incredible speakers were made so not by the components so much (they are composed completely with vifa components) as they are everything else especially the x-over.

So while I would like these to sound as good as I can make them I may not have the stomach (pocket) or the test equipment to get there.

but what is your advice guys... help me out?


ps is there a better area to post this question?
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Old 25th November 2008, 09:51 AM   #2
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Check this one out:


There's the original treble/midrange crossover. Contact the guy who started the thread and you're goog to go?


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Old 25th November 2008, 07:30 PM   #3
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I'll check that out.

I'm planning to bi-amp, so a passive network between the dual 5" and the tweet is exactly what I need.

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