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Zaph L 18 with two bass drivers?
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Old 14th October 2005, 06:31 AM   #1
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Default Zaph L 18 with two bass drivers?

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I will like to build the zaph l18 speaker as a floorstander with two bass drivers because i already have the cabinets made. the question is if i should built it as a 2,5 way or as a regular 2 way speaker? I thought that if i built it as a 2,5 way i could use the original x over with a little less attenuation on the tweeter and just build a xo to the second bass with a 8.2 mh coil and the circuit to lower the peak or is it better to just build two identical xo as the original? One to each L 18. Is it anybody who can help me out here?
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