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Old 7th August 2006, 03:55 AM   #1
dsrviola is offline dsrviola
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Has anyone out there have or played with this driver? I've got a pair of C89's taken from a Talon speaker, and I was wondering if they're a stock C89 or a modified one. These have a raised spider. Do the DIY models have this as well, or is it flat?

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Old 7th August 2006, 07:35 AM   #2
Karsten Sømand is offline Karsten Sømand  Denmark
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Hi dsrviola!

It is difficult to say. Drop Accuton an email and ask them. Their answer will be correct, and in the same moment they will be able to tell you the correct T-S parameters if the unit is customized. However, it is always the best solution to make a test of the unit yourself (if possible) to find out the T-S parameters.

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