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Old 9th May 2009, 10:35 PM   #11
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Any ETA on the 6.5?
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Old 10th May 2009, 02:07 AM   #12
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Or IB12 in 4 ohm?
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Old 10th May 2009, 03:46 AM   #13
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Comparing to a driver like the selenium isn't much of a comparison. The Selenium has a 4" coil but uses a kapton former and thin top plate. The 2" diameter coil in the Lambda has much more heat sinking area and as a result will have lower power compression and much better power handling. The 4" coil has much higher inductance and with no shorting rings both inductance non-linearity with excursion and flux modulation will create huge amounts of distortion vs a driver that properly addresses these issues.
I'm not saying is all hype, like low Le is good. Are there any specs for the Lambda12, with output in frequency response curve, distortion curves, compression in power, sensitivity, polar response curves et all (TS). Is also Xmax (measured with 10% distortion) and Xlim (before damage) a standard for all the manufacturers? Pay attention this is a 900W speaker for measuring compression (and Le), 450RMS and 8R nom. impedance (7.4 min.@200Hz).

(pdf specs of driver) SELENIUM WPU1209-SLF
http://www.e21.com.br/selenium/force... - 04-09 P.pdf
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Old 10th May 2009, 12:53 PM   #14
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Hi Defto,

I'm not sure where you had tried to get a hold of me. I've gone through pretty much all the emails I've had in recent weeks. Simon also messages me about all the posts on our forum www.aespeakers.com/phpbb2 and I hadn't heard anything from him. I apologize if i missed something. Please send me an email to sales at aespeakers.com and I will get back to you right away.

John
Thanks for the reply John, ill send you an email in a couple of days when I have decided which version id like Cheers.
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Old 10th May 2009, 07:06 PM   #15
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I'm not saying is all hype, like low Le is good. Are there any specs for the Lambda12, with output in frequency response curve, distortion curves, compression in power, sensitivity, polar response curves et all (TS). Is also Xmax (measured with 10% distortion) and Xlim (before damage) a standard for all the manufacturers? Pay attention this is a 900W speaker for measuring compression (and Le), 450RMS and 8R nom. impedance (7.4 min.@200Hz).

(pdf specs of driver) SELENIUM WPU1209-SLF
http://www.e21.com.br/selenium/force... - 04-09 P.pdf

I should have some independant tests for the TD12Ms in July. Im not connected to AE speakers, I just love their products!!
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