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Old 12th March 2006, 11:41 PM   #1
beboni is offline beboni  Croatia
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Default monacor sph135ad and sph135tc with dt252

hy folks !
does anybody know something about these drivers because iam planning to make some speakers with them.

they shoud be three-way speakers {slim enclosure}

for woofer:
-2 x monacor sph13tc dual voicecoil so parallelig two drivers i get 8 ohm impedance
Win ISD gave me these calculations for them:
volume-36.6 lit
-tuning 38.4 hz{-3 db}
BR pipe diameter 5cm and 7,2 cm long

for midrange separate box 5lit driver is monacor sph135ad driving from 200-2500hz {12db}

and for tweeter monacor dt252 from 2500-20000hz

crossover would be combination of pasive and active crossover

i just wanna hear professional opinion about this idea {that 2 smaller drivers could give fast deep and god definition of bass}??
thans!
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