dayton pt2 planar tweeter

ThomasW

Member
2001-10-19 4:53 am
5280'
Hi

I have a pair of the ones from Stryke they are the same driver

Here's a clio nearfield measurement plot of one

[IMGDEAD]http://home.att.net/~tom1/Stryke3in.jpg[/IMGDEAD]

As you can see they are pretty soft in the high frequencies, and don't go very low. Some people are using them in 2-ways. I think that's a little foolish. They would make a nice cheap line array.
 

ThomasW

Member
2001-10-19 4:53 am
5280'
I'm not using them.They're in the basemet gathering dust. I'd hoped for a flatter more extended top end.

Tried them in this test baffle hoping to extend the HF above the B&G planars. But they have almost identical top end roll-off as the RD-75's

[IMGDEAD]http://home.att.net/~tom1/FrontBaffle.jpg[/IMGDEAD]
 
dayton pt2

Here is my line array design. I use 16 pt2's and 32- 5-1/4" cone drivers. Still tweaking and testing but I am constantly impressed
 

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