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Old 25th January 2013, 01:16 AM   #31
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Default I have an R&D pair up for a song.

Dave How much for the R&D pair, up for a song.

And what has been done to them may I ask
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Old 25th January 2013, 01:36 AM   #32
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Old 25th January 2013, 06:58 AM   #33
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im not looking at loudness im looking at the resolution and super details and open mids. I am not looking at hurting mids.

I agree that we really do not need too much of power for mids.

I used wavecor wf16 driver which was very good for midrange and very weak for bass.

The main noticed parameter vc ind = 0.16 which is rare for 6 1/4 drivers.

there is another vifa Ne driver with .08 mH which might still give decent transients but I have a gut feeling that if a driver can perform well as full range then it will be very good for midrange as we are using a portion of its full ability. I see alot of midrange has some sort of rolloff when it reaches 4k and moreover im looking in time domain...

where waterfall plot matter alot that how fast its decaying...

I dont have any prob using the mid a db or two lower than the bass or tweet so that it can fit well...

my question is..

Iam looking for these for the mids which one would you recommend me

1. Fostex 126
2. vifa ne 5.5 inch midbass
3. wavecor 5.5 inch

since I have a wavecor i can say for mids they are very good so thought to use them only as only midrange than anything else but still there is rolloff at 4khz..

what do you recommend in the above..
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Old 25th January 2013, 11:26 AM   #34
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Fostex 126
I have FE126En in a closed box. It is not bad. Take care of baffle step compensation, and attenuate the top end a bit for taste. Extra bass is mandatory, I would say. So for a 3-way system FE126En is a very potential performer.

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Old 25th January 2013, 05:26 PM   #35
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just take a legendary audax pr170 and be done with it, its 70$ each at madisound I think, amazing bargain for real hifi, not like fostex or even mark audio
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