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Old 18th October 2002, 04:44 PM   #1
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Default Seas P17RCY / Seas 27TFFC

Hello everyone!

Just found this forum and have a question.

Does anyone have experience with Seas standardline drivers?

Im useing two Seas P17RCY midbass and a Seas 27TFFC tweeter in a MMT-configuration, each chamber 18 liter tuned @ approx 40Hz

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Any ideas / suggestions / tips are welcome

Take care, Martin @ Sweden.

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Old 19th October 2002, 01:20 AM   #2
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Default This pairing......

This pairing should be basically PERFECT for a 1st order series x-o, probably using just 3 components (maybe an extra resistor). crossing anywhere from 2200 to 3000.

Go to my web site http://home.iprimus.com.au/gradds/ for a read about series x-o.

Up until very recently, I have not been able to easily get the Seas Drivers over here (Australia) so I haven't actually used this pairing, but it is one that is on my list for the near future when funding becomes available.

Email me if you want to try a series x-o and need help.

Good Luck !!
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