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Old 13th January 2004, 09:01 PM   #1
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Default Arro inspired, but with Seas drivers

I have read allmost every post in this forum with huge interest. But I've never participated. This is my first post ever.
I've recently bought a pair of Seas P11RCY/P and a pair of 27TBC/G. The plan is to put this in to a floor standig
speaker like the Totem Arro, or the Clarro if you will. I have a few questins conserning this:
First of all: Is the bass/mid suitable for this? And how big (ltr's) would you recomend the cabinet to be? I don't have any computer program which can calculate this.
Which kind of filter would you recomend? I must say that I like it to be as siple as posible. I'm going to use high quality components.
Last question at this time: I have 4 scan speak 18W8545 that I've used in a MTM setup. Would any of you guys recomend using one or two of these in each as a side mounted woofer? (as in Audio Physic Virgo ++).

My setup is the Vincent sv-233, or Electrocompaniet ECI-3, and pinoneer dv-737 dvd/cd player. If I get a little help with this prosject, I will start soon and post some construction pictures a long the way.
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Old 13th January 2004, 09:21 PM   #2
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Old 13th January 2004, 09:52 PM   #3
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This thread is probably why I even bought the drivers. I'm very impressed by François Gagné's work.
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Old 1st March 2004, 01:29 AM   #4
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While I was searching for my old thread to publish the picture of my finished version 2. I found this thread...

I am sorry if I did not answer before, I was not aware of the question.

If you want to build an arro-like speaker with your Seas, you will have to do a completely new design. The internal volume and the crossover values will not be the same.

Let me know if you have specific question.
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