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Anyone Know Le'Son Ferro-Electric Tweeters?
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Old 4th March 2005, 04:04 AM   #1
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Default Anyone Know Le'Son Ferro-Electric Tweeters?

Anyone Know anything about Le'Son Ferro-Electric Tweeters?

Looks like a Fancy Piezo to me. Cant seem to find anything about them on the web. Says made in Brazil.


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Old 4th March 2005, 05:04 AM   #2
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Default Re: Anyone Know Le'Son Ferro-Electric Tweeters?

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Anyone Know anything about Le'Son Ferro-Electric Tweeters?

Looks like a Fancy Piezo to me.
All the ones I've ever seen have been piezos. Blech!
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zc:

Try here, whathever "blech" means:

http://www.leson.com.br/tweeters.htm

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Old 4th March 2005, 12:14 PM   #4
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Yup thats them!

My New Ampeg Bass cabinet has a Le'Son tweeter in it. looks like a piezo, figured it was. but never heard the term Ferro-Electric before.

I dont use the tweeter in the cab anyway so im not worried what it sounds like, just curious.


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Old 4th March 2005, 12:45 PM   #5
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whathever "blech" means:
Blech means 'yuck' or distasteful. Comes from reading a lot of Charles Schultz as a kid.

I've never heard a piezo tweet I've liked and I've heard a few of the LeSons.
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Originally posted by Brett
Blech means 'yuck' or distasteful. Comes from reading a lot of Charles Schultz as a kid.

I've never heard a piezo tweet I've liked and I've heard a few of the LeSons.
On the record. Just like I suspected. LeSons are reputable by car audio people here.

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