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Old 5th August 2014, 02:22 AM   #1
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Default Mounting HiVi RTC1-A Planar Tweeter

Can anyone tell me the correct cut-out to mount the HiVi RTC1-A Planar Tweeter?
PE says 3.52 inches dia. but that is not possible.
According to my measurements a cut-out would have to be 89.5mm X 125mm. or the gasket will not contact the cabinet. There are 2 (two) rectangles projecting above the gasket by 5mm EACH. The largest rect. is 89.5mm X 125mm.

What about the electrical connectors?

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Any ideas appreciated. I am unable to get a correct answer from P.E. or Swan.

P.S. P.E. states the crossover point is 3kHz. Swan in all their literature require AT LEAST 4.5kHz crossover.
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Old 13th August 2014, 12:45 AM   #2
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Swan is correct. I had to use 4.5kHz. That's the lowest it can go.

You can find more information here - "ORIOLE"

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