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Old 17th August 2006, 03:38 PM   #1
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Default New Seas H1141?

I've noticed that Seas have refreshed their drivers' datasheets, maybe even re-measured them. My main concern is about the L15RLY/P (H1141).

Previously, the H1141 had its main breakup node at approximately 8.1KHz, but now, in the new datasheet it looks spot-on at 9KHz. I have no measurement tools (a good mike is sort of pricey), so i have no way of exactly determining what frequency to make my active notch filter for.

If anyone could confirm / infirm this......
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Old 17th August 2006, 04:38 PM   #2
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http://seas.no/Prestige%20Basser%20P...P-H1141-08.pdf

http://www.seas.no/seas_line/woofers/H1141.pdf

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Hi,

I'd assume Zaphs measurements above to be correct.

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