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Old 24th March 2017, 12:58 AM   #911
dedegogo is offline dedegogo  Indonesia
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and Joachim and Jeff results, 21 mm vs 38 mm. Its quite different result. Is ambient temperature causing such difference?
The filter changes the phase too, so when they use different filter (different slope), it is normal. Usually Jeff uses simpler slope?
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Old 24th March 2017, 05:44 PM   #912
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The filter changes the phase too, so when they use different filter (different slope), it is normal. Usually Jeff uses simpler slope?
Isnt physical offset measurement done before crossover design? Is it because the measurement from Jeff is for the overall FR than only the 2-3Khz FR (SB Acoustic paper)?

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Old 18th May 2017, 04:54 AM   #913
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Any opinion about adding Satori WO24P-8 in combination with Kalasan with Jeff's crossover that he describe in paper ''The Kairos and Continuum Tree Way'' at around 200Hz

SB Acoustics :: 9" Satori WO24P-8

Here is simulation from Unibox - vented in 60L...that's the biggest I could get by, with slim front baffle of around 25-26cm to keep it slim...

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Old 18th May 2017, 02:31 PM   #914
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Isnt physical offset measurement done before crossover design? Is it because the measurement from Jeff is for the overall FR than only the 2-3Khz FR (SB Acoustic paper)?
Physical offset can be part of the design, as one of the variables that we can change on the fly just like changing capacitor value etc.

I dont know/remember anything about Jeff design as I dont have the Satori.
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Old 24th May 2017, 12:05 PM   #915
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For those interested, SB Acoustics has announced two new kits based on the Satori MW16P and the TW29R. Details are on their website including the crossover schematic.
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