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Old 15th May 2005, 04:20 PM   #1
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Default Vifa xt25 & p13

Has anyone used this combo in a small sealed enclosure? Either way, sealed or not, what did you end up with for a x-over? Any suggetions for a x-over would be greatly appreciated.
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Have made several pairs trying different XO configs. My conclusion:
For moderate SPL's and a small enclosure, a simple two-way using 3rd order filter works well, but don't expect much bass from a single P13 in a sealed (fc=110hz)box.

For higher SPL's, consider an MTM (along lines of Ariel/ME2). A ported box (Fc=75Hz) or X-line will bring up bass response.

Still, expect to use a woofer/sub below 80Hz.

For a tried and proven XO filter, see:

http://www.quadesl.com/okara.shtml
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