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Old 16th August 2003, 11:24 PM   #1
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Default MAM-137 driver from C37 Sound Systems. Application suggestions ?

Been looking at the MAM 137 driver and im wondering in what application it can be used in. As a wery high qts driver a open baffle comes to mind at first. Can it be used in anything else ? The Sound of Valve seems to have succesfully implemented a high qts driver in a tqwp. Closed box ?, hmm perhaps.

Ive uploaded the datasheet for this driver on a server since the manufacturers homepage seems to be down ( at least the speaker part of it ). Any simulations would be apriciated - http://w1.223.telia.com/~u22306942/M...data_sheet.pdf

Last but not least. Although much can be said about the C-37 laquer, its not something im interrested in. Its the driver im curious about.

Regards - Mattias
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Old 19th August 2003, 12:49 PM   #2
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Konnichiwa,

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Been looking at the MAM 137 driver and im wondering in what application it can be used in. As a wery high qts driver a open baffle comes to mind at first. Can it be used in anything else ?
The main other option for High Q drivers is an apperiodic box. You might choose a tall column and place downwards from the driver several crossshelves with many holes drilled into them and possible fitted with some form of cloth as flow resistance.

That said, I'd probably be tempted to place the drivers in a MTM arrangement with a supertweeter (10KHz & upwards, 95db/W/m sensitivity needed) on a fairly small open baffle. The result should make for small, neat and good sounding satellites to use with a suitable subwoofer.

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Old 19th August 2003, 01:09 PM   #3
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A MTM arragement you say ? Not a bad idea at all =) Perhaps combined with the Fostex FT17H tweeters they may become really excellent. The design can always be grabbed from Linkwitz site

Thanks Kuei Yang Wang. You have given me something to think about while im working.

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