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Old 21st November 2006, 06:13 PM   #1
Alves is offline Alves  Europe
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Question Help on pre-design decision (premier league)


I am about to start my second project. First project was a regular 3.5 floorstanding. 91 dB, 35Hz -3dB. Not bad, but just the same as many $5K speakers on the market.

Now I want to enter the premier league (>$20K sound) and need help deciding between two designs. Both are 3-way, use a 15" 97dB woofer mounted on a 150L ported box (20Hz -3dB), and use the same 95dB tweeter (Scan-Speak 70000).

Design A
- XO 300Hz ; 5KHz
- One 8" midrange 95dB.

Design A
- XO 1KHz ; 5KHz
- Four 2.5" (fabric dome) midrange 91dB each.

Thanks and regards!
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