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Old 27th April 2003, 10:20 PM   #1
Kongen is offline Kongen
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As it is, i'm currently listening to a diy monitor using the scanspeak 18w8546 and the scsan speak 9700 tweeter.

I want new speakers!

After many hours of browsing, looking around, and doing some calculations (Loadspeaker design cookbook 5th ed.) i've reached some conclusions:

1. I want to use my old scanspeaks - all of them. I would like to add one 18w8546 each side - MTM array. Each unit in a 10 litre closed box (calculations showed this volume for a Q=0,6).

2. I would like to add two 21w8555-01 per side. Each of these in a closed box around 35 liters (Q=0,6).

What i Need:

1.Please check my calculations...

2. Crossover design - would like to go 3 way...


4. Anyone know how much deeper the scanspeak 9700 tweeter should be mounted in comparison with the 18w8546?

I've attached an unfinished .fig file containing the ideas i have for this speaker...

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Old 28th April 2003, 05:02 PM   #2
Taco is offline Taco  Netherlands
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Check this speaker for mounting the 9700. This speaker also uses the 21w8555.
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