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Help with a crossover design...
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Old 15th October 2003, 02:01 PM   #1
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I'm thinking of building a pair of mini-monitors based around Tang Band's 6" midbass W6-789s (http://www.nuera-acoustic.ca/product...ts/w6-789s.jpg) and their 1" silk dome tweeter 25-669SD (http://www.partsexpress.com/pdf/264-802.pdf). Any thoughts on what would be a good crossover frequency and slope for these? These will be to go with my 8" Transmission Line Subwoofer.

By any chance does anyone have any experience with the W6-789s? I like the look and the idea of the structured Santoprene surround. I think the tweeter I'm using is also used in the GR-Research AV-1s. The sensitivities of both the woofer and the tweeter are identical (91dB).
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