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Old 8th June 2005, 05:35 PM   #1
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Could someone please translate this for me, I know it's very long but it's very important to me.
If it's easier I have the web page here:
www.hupse.nl/radio/speakers/AD0161.htm

Deze high-power dome tweeter uit de zeer hoge gevoeligheidsklasse heeft een 1 inch spreekspoeldiameter. De minimale cross-over frequentie is 1,6 kHz. Het toelaatbare systeemvermogen is 20 Watt bij een cross-over van 2 kHz, en 50 Watt bij 4 kHz. De dome is gemaakt van polycarbonaat, een korte hoorn zonder diffusor ingebouwd. De wikkeldraad is van een zilver/aluminiumlegering met daarover een dun laagje koper.

Het rendement van de AD0161 is twee keer zo hoog als dat van de AD0160, er is geen 4 ohm versie. De oorspronkelijke verkoopprijs was Hfl 29,50.

Variant is de /T15 uitvoering. Bij de montage dient er op te worden gelet dat de voorzijde van de speaker niet achter het montagevlak komt te liggen.
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Old 8th June 2005, 05:39 PM   #2
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Old 8th June 2005, 05:59 PM   #3
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This high-power dome tweeter from the very high sensitivity class (range) has a 1 inch voice coil.
The minimum cross-over frequency is 1.6 kHz. The acceptable system power is 20 Watt with a cross-over of 2kHz and 50 Watt at 4kHz. The dome is made from polycarbonate, a short horn without diffuser build in.
The voice coil wire is made from a silver/aluminum alloy with a tiny copper layer on top.

The gain of the AD0161 is double of the AD0160, there is no 4 ohm version. The original sales price was 29.5 Hfl (16.5 USD)

A variant is the /T15 version. When mounting one must take care that the front of the speaker should not come behind the mounting face.
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Old 8th June 2005, 06:01 PM   #4
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Thanks!,

And in such short notice, I only posted it a few mintues ago.
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Old 8th June 2005, 06:03 PM   #5
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dunno why you or anyone else would bother with this tweeter, its philips's very earliest melinex dome model, and not one of the best, that black dot in the middle is a plug of foam stuck to the underside of the dome to damp it albeit not too effectively, as it still sounds harsh and hard, perhaps if you have a cat it may take to it.... cheers and good luck T.C.
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so what is the point you are trying to make?
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None whatsoever.

But..that does bring to mind the name of a band:

"The Well Hungarians"
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sorry never 'eard of 'em
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