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Electrovoice DL18MT
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Old 6th April 2007, 06:07 PM   #1
schiller is offline schiller  Greece
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Hi everyone, i'm intending to use the above driver in a 2-way crossed at about 300-400 Hz. Does anybody has experience with the particular unit??
There will be no bass assistance (6th order allignement) just a 8 cubic feet cabin tuned at 36Hz as suggested in the data sheet.

It is a home application, driven from 20-30 tube watts.
Any suggestions, comments will be much apreciated.

Thanks in advance
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