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Old 17th May 2004, 01:08 PM   #1
ermes is offline ermes  Greenland
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hi folks!,
i would know if somebody has tried this tweeters:
- seas 27tffc;
- seas 25tffc;
- vifa dx25tg-05-04;
- vifa mg27tg-39-04;
- vifa d27tg-45-06;
would be fine to know which of them sounds smooth then the others.
thank you and excuse for my bad english.
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Old 17th May 2004, 02:00 PM   #2
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I can vouch for the SEAS 27TFFC. Extremely nice tweeter for the money which is very smooth, detailed and no harshness. Very easy to work with for crossovers and can be crossed over quite low as it is very robust...... much better than it's spec sheet would suggest.

IMO is better than the Vifa D27TG-35-06 and D26NC series. Haven't heard any of the others you mentioned.
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