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Old 7th March 2013, 06:26 PM   #1
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please suggest me a 4" woofer for two way with very good performance.
the the will be d9700.

what do you think about sb acoustic ?SB Acoustics :: 4? SB12NRX25-4

for example in comparison wieh seas ca12rcy ?
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visaton TI100 looks like a good driver, but maybe not the greatest value.
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Both are good woofers. I'd go for the one with the best price.
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We have been using the Peerless 830870 with good results.

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Both are good woofers. I'd go for the one with the best price.
ok, but the seas seems to be less excusion then sb...if you see the suspention the seas is little, the sb is very large...
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We have been using the Peerless 830870 with good results.

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very good midwoofer, but for two way no goes well into the bass
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One thing I'd also do is look for an 8 ohm nominal woofer. The SEAS driver is 8 ohm.

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very good midwoofer, but for two way no goes well into the bass
We are using it for its bass capabilities. Needs a fairly large enclosure thou.

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One thing I'd also do is look for an 8 ohm nominal woofer. The SEAS driver is 8 ohm.
also 4 ohm option is good
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visaton TI100 looks like a good driver, but maybe not the greatest value.
That SB driver looks quite nice. The visaton (when ive considered them) are pricy. Alternatively, what about something like JX92?
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