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Old 10th May 2012, 01:58 PM   #191
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Old 29th March 2014, 12:57 PM   #192
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Can I use Seas CA22RNX instead of the CA22RNY? For tweeter Peerless HDS tweeter I think is not available is there a substitute for this?
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Can I use Seas CA22RNX instead of the CA22RNY? For tweeter Peerless HDS tweeter I think is not available is there a substitute for this?
The "Peerless HDS" has been replaced with a new name (but same tweeter):
ScanSpeak Discovery D2608/9130 1" Textile Dome HDS Tweeter
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Old 29th December 2017, 12:30 PM   #194
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Default Salas 2way in wider enclosure

Hi,
i would like to build the Salas 2way speaker -but in an Audio Note E enclosure.
It is a little smaller in the deep- to achieve 45l.
Which crossover parts need an adjustment?
Is it possible only to lower the value of the L1 coil?
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Old 29th December 2017, 12:41 PM   #195
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Default Something from the german Klang&Ton with Ca22rny

Ca22rny with wide baffle
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Old 29th December 2017, 01:06 PM   #196
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In 40 years of building speakers the best 2-way i've done is Tysen... active XO (PLLXO @ 333Hz) SDX8 sealed, FF85KeN in midTL.

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Just curious, so for this setup, you use an active XO, Tysen driver as bass and FF85KeN as Mid & Trebe? Sealed?
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Old 29th December 2017, 04:08 PM   #198
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Hi,
i would like to build the Salas 2way speaker -but in an Audio Note E enclosure.
It is a little smaller in the deep- to achieve 45l.
Which crossover parts need an adjustment?
Is it possible only to lower the value of the L1 coil?
Surely playing with L1's value is of primary concern because different baffle width will mostly change the curve in the lower mid and upper bass regions. It may be enough.
But box dimensions changing can bring smaller ripple effects higher up in frequency also. Best is to measure raw response and impedance of drivers on the new cabinet first.

When not equipped for such measurements, modeling with a diffraction simulator to mix published responses with calculated acoustic effects in a crossover simulator is recommended.
So to anticipate possible filter components value adjustments before migrating the design. Like with using those excellent software contributions from Jeff Bagby and Bill Waslo:

Jeff Bagby's Software Page
XSim free crossover designer
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Just curious, so for this setup, you use an active XO, Tysen driver as bass and FF85KeN as Mid & Trebe? Sealed?
Yes. We have now developed Tysen V2 with drivers you can get. FF85wKeN + a pair of Silver Flute W14eN loaded push-push in an ML-TL. Can be biamped and we have developed a passive XO. This is our budget WAW (aka FAST)

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Old 30th December 2017, 03:15 PM   #200
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Thank you very much Salas- i will try your suggestions.

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