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Old 23rd February 2004, 04:59 AM   #1
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Default WWMTM with 16ohm drivers.

Am thinking about a design using the Vifa m13sg (16 ohm version) 4 per side configured as a 3way with parallel woofers & parallel mids, should give quite high efficiency and maintain a minimum of 6-8ohm load.

My reasoning is: I wanted to stick with 5" so I can keep cabinet size down (width under 9", depth under 12"), I didnt want to venture into side-fried woofers due to integration issues.

Does this sound like a good idea? Feedback welcome.
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