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Old 2nd September 2002, 06:40 AM   #1
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Default Tough one, but progressing !!!

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still to decide on tweeter, but must fit in hole for D25
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D27TG45 would be my suggestion. I prefer soft domes.

it will fit the D25 hole too.

why did you not use the D25 anyway?

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Old 2nd September 2002, 09:27 AM   #5
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I may yet use the D25 or D27, also considering TC27 Vifa. I actually had a pair of D25's sitting there but they got used for something else.
Probably not The D25 or D27 come to think of it, cos I've used both those before !!!



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TC27? I have heard of TC26 but TC27? must be a typo.

other choices....
1. Morel MDT30 or 28 (others are too expensive)
2. Peerless 812665 (I have used the KO10DT many years ago)
3. LPG 26A (metal dome)
4. Radio Shack 1" (forget model number)

none of these will fit exactly in a D25 hole however if you have not routed the hole so the front plate is flush with the baffle you still might be able to include one of these.

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oops....
peerless 812 687 is more like the KO10DT

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Default yep typo !!

TC26TG-05-06 to be precise !! maybe anyway !!!
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I am using the same. great minds think alike!

only in my case i use what I can find and this is the best I could find locally in India. paid equiv. of US $14 per piece.

nice tweeter I am sure teh Morels are better and maybe even the Peerless.

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