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Old 11th January 2019, 04:53 PM   #11
denibeni is offline denibeni  Hungary
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Do you mean in series? I would try to avoid series woofer connection too.

Maybe two Peerless 830869 in parallel? Ok, this is a 8" woofer and you get a 4 Ohm nominal load, but who cares? No problem with a normal solid state amp.
With a setup like this, you get a high sensitivity system, more Sd than a 10" woofer, and the 830869 works good from 25l/driver vented.

Peerless by Tymphany 830869 8" Nomex Cone HDS Woofer

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Old 14th January 2019, 04:58 PM   #12
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Indeed I might go 2x 8"or 2x10" if WAF fails on the 12".
I am a bit concerned on how 2 drivers will interact in a transmission line, as each will have different offset and might screw with the line resonances.
Anyone has experience with such design?
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Old 19th January 2019, 11:47 PM   #13
nipper1 is offline nipper1  United States
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I am using the SB Satori MR16P-4 and think it is one of the best sounding drivers available regardless of design type/materials or price range. It can go quite low and quite high both in frequency range so mix and match with almost any tweeter and any woofer is possible.
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