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Should woofer material match driver mat.
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Old 19th April 2004, 05:43 PM   #1
BROKEN THIRDS is offline BROKEN THIRDS  Canada
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Default Should woofer material match driver mat.

Planning to buid two sealed cabinets to house one 15" woofer in each, primarily for music.

My speakers' cones and tweeters are ceramic coated magnesium drivers and I can attain woofers of this material. Does anyone have an opinion on whether I should use the same composition of cone material for my woofers or will they sound better if I choose paper treated?

Unfortunately I havn't listened to alot of hifi bass but I do know paper sounds good, but metal woofers are fast.

Please give me some feedback so that I can get at this project thanks.

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