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Old 25th May 2004, 04:06 PM   #1
jpb200 is offline jpb200  England
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OK Im finally going to build the speakers ive been dreaming of. Ive short listed the driver to the following

Either
1 Scan Speaker R2904 Ring Radiator 94.5 dB : 2 - 40 kHz fs : 520 Hz
2 ATC SB 75-150s Midranges Radiator 94dB : 380hz 5kHz fs : 320 Hz
1 Volt Radial 3853 15 Woofer 93dB 30-500Hz fs 32hz

Or for the scaled down version which I may have to settle for
1 Scan Speaker R2904 Ring Radiator 94.5 dB : 2 - 40 kHz fs : 520 Hz
1 ATC SB 75-150s Midranges Radiator 94dB : 380hz 5kHz fs : 320 Hz
1 Volt Radial RV3143 12 Woofer 91dB 39-700Hz fs 34hz

Looking to cross the woofer / midrange at about 400hz (15) 600 (12) and blend the mid/tweeter at about 2kHz

Any ideas, comments, criticisms, words of warning and words of advice welcomed
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Old 26th May 2004, 12:21 AM   #2
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Why not two 12" Volts, if you have your heart set on a super PMC/ATC style hybrid, rather than two ATC midranges?
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Old 26th May 2004, 01:58 AM   #3
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I agree with mudge, 2 x 12s would be a better pick to go to a 400hz xover, not to mention sensitivit matching > 94db on the hf & mid really means you want 97+ on the bass.
Apart from that, really nice driver choices!
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