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|5th November 2005, 08:57 PM||#1|
Join Date: Dec 2004
Location: Close too Lillehammer
Satelites/subs containing high end caraudio drivers
I am considering building a pair of satelites/subs of some car audio drivers i have and would like some comments from people more experienced with DIY prosjects.
The Mid/high driver:
Pic shows Macrom`s 4 inch Integra driver. made by Morel.
The cone are driven by a 54mm coil of aluminium wire and 3 stacked ferrite magnets.
the 28mm dome have Neodym magnets and have a damping chamber within the magnets driving the bass cone.
many will consider this a High end car speaker.
Mine have a bass sections from a pair of 58.10 midranges and sound similar, but should have a lower QT making them suitable for use from 200-250hz in a small sealed shamber
The Midbass speaker:
Macrom 59.17 165mm. made by Morel
simulations show a qt 0,71 in a 13L sealed box and -3db at 80hz.
It is very tempting too use 2 pcs Hypex Active 3W plate amps with x over modules for 250 and 3200hz for these speakers.
Rockford Fosgate RFR2212. this is 12inch woofers with dual 4 ohm 4 inch voicecoils.
I have 2 of them and plan too use them in 2 low Q sealed boxes with Hypex HS500 plate amps.
Have anyone played with similar combinations? and where the results satisfying?
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