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Old 29th October 2004, 12:24 PM   #1
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Default Is Modifying Drivers Fs Possible?

I have a couple of Seas MP14RC drivers which I intend to use as mid ranges (300ish - 3000ish Hz)

In a Qtc .707 closed box the Fs is 101Hz. I would like this to be around 250 to 300Hz. As this will hopefully have a 2nd order highpass curve I would like to use this "natural responce" as 1 half of the Bass / Mid XO.

Can the Fs be modified in such a away by making physical changes to he driver ie changing cone mass, suspension compliance etc.

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