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Old 25th March 2005, 10:38 PM   #11
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Those are PA and instrument loudspeakers.

Beyma is also pretty good and so are some of the PA units of Monacor.
Peerless does have a few PA woofers but Peerless is better in making good hifi loudspeakers.
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Old 26th March 2005, 07:24 AM   #12
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o thnx man ...
and what bout higher frq that the woofers cant respond ?? should i use midrange , tweeter etc ???? ...
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Old 26th March 2005, 08:02 AM   #13
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Most of these 10" woofers can be used up to 4 Khz (mid/high frequencies). This is high enough for most bass amplifications, but when you want that transparent slapping sound you may want to add a high frequency horn to it. These horns can be found in many shapes and most of them can handle frequencies from 4 Khz up to 18Khz. But for metal and hardrock I don't think that a highfrequency horn is nessecary. I even think that a good 12" woofer will do the trick for your playing genre, most of these 12" woofer can be used to 2,5 or 3,5 Khz.

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Old 26th March 2005, 12:21 PM   #14
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hi again ...
i m playain w fingers ...
but most of the times i like to play w a high treble & i don think the woofers can handle it ... i like sound like alex webster bass playin if u hear that .. it has treble sound .. & he s playin w fingers but sound like slapin on bass , i donno how to explain it u should here it ur self .. & i just think i may need mid & tweeter for that ...
& what bout power amp ??? should it be PA ???
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Old 26th March 2005, 12:55 PM   #15
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who s ur favor bassists ?
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Old 26th March 2005, 02:00 PM   #16
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If he's got a trebly sound you should go for 10" woofers with a horn (bullet) tweeter. Maybe you've seen those cabinets with four 10" woofers and a tweeter in the middle. Thats what you need.


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Old 27th March 2005, 09:46 AM   #17
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hi again ... yeah i saw those cabinets ...
so should i use a PA power amp for PA speakers ???
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Old 27th March 2005, 09:56 AM   #18
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If you got an instrumentpreamp you should use a PA amp. There are lots of amp on the market that are not that expensive.
Also, most PA amps can be used in bridge mode (left and right joined together). I would then go for a PA with at least 2x200 watts (bridge mode 400 watts).
You can't get a hifi amp with the same power for a low price.
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Old 27th March 2005, 08:23 PM   #19
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.. any idea for a pa amp ???
any pcb lay out ??? ( cuz i cant convert the schmatic ... ) ..???
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Old 28th March 2005, 10:49 AM   #20
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Maybe you could check the 'solid state' section of the diyaudio forums. I think someone over there will have some schematics for a PA amp. Schematics for amp are not my territory.
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