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3-way Eton/Accuton TL question
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Old 27th May 2004, 08:41 AM   #1
Jan Deckers is offline Jan Deckers  Netherlands
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Question 3-way Eton/Accuton TL question


at the moment I'm planning to build a transmission-line (sort of Bailey) with these units:

C12 Accuton tweeter
C79 Accuton Mid
8-472/32 Eton Woofer

At the moment they are build in a variation of the 80TL from A.O.S.

But, what is the best for these drivers? A TMW config., or a MTW config. I'm also thinking about time-alignment. So a TL in sort of Avalon Opus form. But then, what is the distance between the 3 drivers. How big is the angle of the baffle?
Also very nice is the AC10 from Usher.

Anyone with new ideas, please welcom.
For a prototype picture, look at my site.



Ps I know the designs of Gydotron, DDDAC, and Tony Gee
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