|1st June 2005, 03:29 AM||#11|
More info Jac.
I just looked at the partsexpress.com website. There are three units there that could also work for you.
Parts Express part number: 260-160
This is the Dayton unit, handles 600 wt. rms, is 18 db per octave,
and the crossover is 1,600 HZ. Cost is $56 USA money. I think that this would be the best unit for you.
Parts Express part number: 290-634
Eminence unit, 1,600 HZ, 18 db per octave
Parts Express part number: 294-324
Peavey unit, 1,800 HZ, 500 wt. rms.
|1st June 2005, 05:46 PM||#12|
Join Date: May 2005
Barth, my cafe will open jsut north of people square on the suzhou river. Not really a club though more a laid back kind of setting with not too loud music but we def want to get some live performnces there, some light acoustic stuff. The design for the cabinets is based on the X15 from speakerplans.com.
That crossover from MCM sounds good, I will have a look now.
Suranjan, that sounds good too! I'd appreciate it if you could find a supplier for that crossover. Let me know when you find out more please!
DJDan, thanks very much for that schematic. It will be good if I can build it myself, will def safe some money right!? Just one thing, I see that you used WN15s with that crossover where I'm using SN15MBs, would that make much o a difference?
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