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Old 20th July 2012, 07:01 AM   #71
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best of all baffled (not no-baffle) dipoles ?

You'd still prefer array of W22s (plus others) in free air though, correct ? Just to make sure I understand your statement.
Best of all baffled yes. I did at a point end up with a 4-way, where the woofers were in H-baffles (still have those), and then the rest was no-baffle: 4x Seas W22, 2x Seas W15 and one Mundorf AMT. This speaker was somewhat better in the midrange, but the midbass was better on the baffled 21" 3-way. This no-baffle dipole was later on replaced by a no-baffle B&G RD-75 ribbon, which I still have and probably will have for a very long time.
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Old 20th July 2012, 03:40 PM   #72
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I have seen your thread before finalizing this decisipon...so you are saying your design didn't work out?
I'm saying it works fine for me, so perhaps tvrgeek's broad assertions about baffles should be more specific; required front to back path length is proportional to required SPL, inversely proportional to the driver's lower frequency limit, inversely proportional to THD/IMD limits, and inversely proportional to volume displacement.

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Old 29th July 2012, 01:49 AM   #73
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My first DIY speaker....still need time to break in...thansks everyone thank you...

Made in my restroom in my apt...

Right now all i have is

emience 15 alpha crossed at 195...active crossover behringer...

and tang band


http://www.tb-speaker.com/detail/1208_03/w4-655sh.htm

All are running from 8 channel rotel amp.......

and honestly it is not sounding wow ...BUT from my ear it is sounding real good....honestly....it is good...i plan to get eminence Beta 12LTA full range and drive them with some class A amp....

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Old 31st July 2012, 07:17 PM   #74
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Question... i am getting a Neo3 and i want to give the same signal to Mid and Neo3 as i am planning to amplify with them class A amp so i dont want to get 2 class A amps...
whats the best capacitor value i should look to alteast first stop low frequencies coming to neo3

also what is the optimum high pass filter to cross at tweeter

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Old 31st July 2012, 07:26 PM   #75
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i was told this is the good capacitor

Dayton Audio DMPC-6.2


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Old 31st July 2012, 08:37 PM   #76
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Question... i am getting a Neo3 ...
whats the best capacitor value i should look to alteast first stop low frequencies coming to neo3

also what is the optimum high pass filter to cross at tweeter
Try 12 F in series to the Neo3 followed by 0,47 mH
parallel to the Neo3. That is a basic 2 kHz HP.
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