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Old 15th November 2005, 06:57 PM   #1
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After a bit of trial and error I was able to find the right tension when rebuilding my Auricle RD57 Ribbons. I am now moving on to intergrating a bass system for them using a pair of 12" Dayton Reference Series drivers. These are known to be fairly musical, with three shorting circuits built into the motor. The initial plan is to cross them at 300 cycles using a DBX Studio Drive, which will also accomplish the 4k notch that I currently have in a passive network.

I've attached a pic of them in a set of test baffles that I was simply using to gauge size and shape.

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