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FR88EX

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I want to recommend one full range driver named FR88EX here.:)

The motor is an underhung neodymium design and the cone is thin (and fragile) formed aluminum. The only negative is a slightly ragged top end that may take some filter work if used full range, but I'd generally recommend a cheap and small neo tweeter placed close and crossed over high. There's a lot on the positive side, like high sensitivity, a clean low end and smooth midrange response. The frame is cast with ventilation under the spider, but users will have to pay close attention to airflow behind the cone - It's even more important to chamfer the inside baffle opening and in this case likely use a thinner baffle material as well.

More details pls see Products_Fountek Electronics Co.,Ltd

Any further help pls contact:

Evan
E-mail:evan.zhu@fountek.net
MSN:Fountek_Evan@hotmail.com
 
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