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Two ways with a low x over
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Old 20th May 2006, 03:10 PM   #1
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Default Two ways with a low x over

I would like to pair this woofer:
for 300hz and up and this woofer:
for below. I want the high woofer to be in a small sealed enclosure, or maybe open baffle, and for the woofer to be vented. So basically i want this to be more of an augmented fullrange. Also, these will be for low volume and I will probably tune higher rather than lower on the lower woofer for frequency response and low bloat.
If you have any experience please share!
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Old 20th May 2006, 04:06 PM   #2
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Hi Tade,

IMHO you can obtain a 82.5dB speaker ( anechoic- 4pi) only if you
cross a bit higher and mate with a more sensitive woofer like
hi-vi M5 to compensate the baffle-step.
Depending from how wide the baffle ,to say, 500Hz minimum.
An acoustic 12dB can be easy to achieve I suppose.
More interesting maybe, in the vision of "fullrange"audiophile
oriented, can be a true 6dB at 1Khz minimum.
A very interesting design can be a sort of fac-simile of the old
Sequerra Met sat also, but maybe I'm out of thread

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Old 20th May 2006, 06:22 PM   #3
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Two ways with a low x over
It so happens that I became the owner of

CSS FR125 and Vifa XT19 "ringradiator"

Like you I plan to use it for low listening level
Crossover point will be very high

It cost a little more but expect nothing but the very best - maybe even "a match made in heaven"

But it will take a while before I can report of sound
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