michaelpage26 said:Here are some high end designs that use rear firing tweeters/ribbons:
HGP Lyra SoNova
Triangle Stratos Australe
Triangle Stratos Volante
Triangle Stratos Magellan
Von Schweikert Audio VR-9SE (see pic)
Von Schweikert Audio DB-99 MK II
Von Schweikert Audio VR-11 XTC
North Creek Music Manifest
It would be a good idea to use a l-pad and a off on switch on the rear tweeter.
should an ambience tweeter be the same tweeter as the front? or should it be smaller/larger...?
the Wilson Alexandria uses a 3/4" supertweeter for ambience... so should it be more efficent/powerful than the front?
BassAwdyO said:my question is this... Do you use them as normal or reversed polarity? Bipole, or Dipole that is...
Does it matter?
how about side firing ambience tweeters?
sounds like a good way to smear all the detail for me... What are the advantages again?
Linkwitz states using dipole above 2kHz as disserviceable on his webpage /because of smearing details, if I remember correctly/. In case he is true and above mentioned designs were made right, the ambiace tweets is connected in phase as bipoles. Further, thus not useable in OB.my question is this... Do you use them as normal or reversed polarity? Bipole, or Dipole that is...