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Old 26th May 2003, 02:19 AM   #1
Jeep is offline Jeep  Thailand
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Default Need Some help about VIFA and Versa

I just got Versa-Tronics FBQ165R-PP/8 Woofer and Vifa TC20TD05-06 Tweeter.
I want to put it on the box but i have no idea about what type of box and what type of crossover that best for that.
(frequency cut,slope)
I am new about building speaker.Thank you all.
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Old 26th May 2003, 10:25 AM   #2
Exision is offline Exision  Netherlands
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If i am to help jou any further jou have to post te T/S parameters of jou'r units. And idealy olso a freq response graph. I couldnt find the units this fast but i asume jou have the specs?

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