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Old 19th October 2019, 11:04 AM   #61
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and you don't need subs, according tot the specs.


Those are awesome 2 way full range speakers using a 15" and a 1.4" Titanium Compression Driver, 4.0" v.c, giving up output above 10k. These specs are no indication for real world use / output power.

PM90? Please support a link.
Yes I agree specs on all speakers are misleading as they just give the output in the most sensitive (mid) range. The bass is usually less efficient and excursion limited.

All speakers are to a degree a compromise. If you consider the PM90 that has given up bass capability (always needs subs), is very expensive and uses a coaxial compression driver that has some issues (see axi2050 presentations at Salford acoustics conference). I guess you could use an axi2050 in the PM90 at even greater cost 😉
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After playing around in Hornresp, I am ready to draw my own design inspired by the Teeny Tiny subwoofer. Nothing special, just constant cross-section vent with some bracing, since it will be made from 15 mm plywood. And all 90 deg cuts. Nothing to write home about, just a standard bass reflex cab, but with small footprint for easier transport, it will be most probably slightly larger than the TT, but still small enough. If successfully built, I will of course share the plans.
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