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Old 4th September 2009, 05:42 AM   #1
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Default Tweeter for Audio note AN-E : SEAS or Foster/tonegen

i have an old audio note AN-E SP that uses a SEAS tweeter, Excel T25CF001, E0006.

One of the tweeters gave up on me. In a dilema whether to replace with another SEAS tweeter or should I use the latest Foster/Tonegen tweeter supplied by Audio Note. I understand that the SEAS tweeter has a silver coil. Anyone has experience on how well the SEAS works compare to the Foster/Tonegen?

One issue I am not sure about is the crossover, whether the crossover can be used for both tweeter without making any changes.

Can anyone please help me ?

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