|6th July 2017, 11:44 PM||#11|
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Portsmouth UK
Well, some rank bad advice, as usual. Is a a tiny 5" midbass and 1" tweeter hard? I don't think so. It will have the usual lousy bass performance, but might work well enough at medium volume in a small bedroom.
To me, it's saying second-order LC and CL filters with any appropriate attenuation on the tweeter, regardless of whether you think your Celestion 10 is particularly special and deserving of individual treatment.
1.8mH and 6.2uF shunt ought to do it on the bass filter. 3.3uF and 0.33mH ought to do it on the tweeter filter. And some attenuation. If this sort of thing below is too difficult for you, find another hobby.
Best Regards from Steve in Portsmouth, UK.
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