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The best midrange driver (cost no option) for 3-way
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Old 18th June 2016, 02:31 AM   #241
Fkeller is offline Fkeller  United States
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Yes, I have two pair. Should I stick with two pair or only use a pair. Which is the best possible senario. Thanks
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Old 18th June 2016, 01:49 PM   #242
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The Satori TW29RN tweeter seems to be rated very high, so have also a very good subjectiv listening impression I surmise !

A confort zone for a XO to stay with high efficienty may be 2000 Hz ? But what mid is good enough to match this tweeter sounding quality ? Any woof of Satori has both high efficienty and no breakups till 2 K Hz ???

The choice of woof-mid seems to be the Eternal Satori quest, whatever the brand ?!

I would like to bet to a good mid dome la Proac and clones... but they have poor efficienty !

The new AE 6" ??? where are the datas ?
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Old 18th June 2016, 08:51 PM   #243
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What will you guys recommend for clean mids between 300Hz to 6khz preferably below 4". I know you guys recommend choosing the mids first. But I started my two way and realised that cone break up of the mid bass and resonance peak of the tweeter is affecting crossover frequency. Tweet is the lovely SB26STAC and mid bass the ok 6FE100. So if I get a mid speaker for frequency between 300Hz to 6khz I can choose easier slopes to work with and hopefully less components for notch and zobel etc.

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Old 7th August 2017, 10:37 PM   #245
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At that size maybe one of the tangbands. W3 1364 perhaps
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Old 7th August 2017, 11:08 PM   #246
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At that size maybe one of the tangbands. W3 1364 perhaps
Ok will check it out, was researching midrange speakers under 4" and came across the vifa tc9 but can handle only 25w rms.
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Ok will check it out, was researching midrange speakers under 4" and came across the vifa tc9 but can handle only 25w rms.
http://www.scan-speak.dk/datasheet/pdf/10f-4424g00.pdf
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Old 4th October 2017, 08:11 PM   #248
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Default Take a look at Stetron

Stetron has several midrange drivers that may be what you are looking for.

P0050004NM038AR Mid-Range Speaker - Stetron
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What will you guys recommend for clean mids between 300Hz to 6khz preferably below 4". I know you guys recommend choosing the mids first. But I started my two way and realised that cone break up of the mid bass and resonance peak of the tweeter is affecting crossover frequency. Tweet is the lovely SB26STAC and mid bass the ok 6FE100. So if I get a mid speaker for frequency between 300Hz to 6khz I can choose easier slopes to work with and hopefully less components for notch and zobel etc.
-great tweeter, and one that can work down pretty low in freq. (..as low as 2-2.2 kHz with only a modest filter: LR 2nd.)

Doesn't mean you shouldn't have a nice mid there though. How about the Vifa (Peerless) TC7FD00-04:

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Thanks, I spoke with the guy from Transducer Labs today and I told him my set up and what I wanted to achieve and he said if it were him based on my expectations he would use the N26CR2-G tweeters. He said he has used them all and he perfers the ceramic glass over all the TL tweeters..

For those contemplating this tweeter, consider this mid.:

Products | gradient-acoustics.com - Products > Gradient Ceramic > AX-CE04

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Note the price withOUT "VAT" for those not in the EU.
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