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first_1st 10th January 2010 02:41 PM

Mid Range driver which one the best?
 
Please suggest me for driver to use in 6 L Seal Cabinet on list below Which one the best concern on mid range only (use in 3way speaker)

Vifa P13WH00 5" Mineral filled polyCone
Vifa PL14WJ09 PREMIUM LINE 5" mid-Woofer
Zaph Audio ZA14W08 5" Mid/Woofer
SEAS Prestige MCA15RCY (H1262) 5.5" Coated Paper Midrange

Regards
Natthawat

jerome69 10th January 2010 04:12 PM

http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/multi...-mca15rcy.html

doug20 18th March 2010 02:01 PM

I was going to create a thread but I guess I will just ask it here.

Im also looking for he absolute best midrange driver, 300Hz to 5000Hz would be nice.

mclsound 20th March 2010 02:03 PM

They are not cheap but I love ATC mids.

first_1st 20th March 2010 03:01 PM

"mclsound They are not cheap but I love ATC mids."



Have you ever try ScanSpeak Dome mid range?

Scan-Speak Discovery D7608/9200-10 3" Dome Midrange from Madisound

mclsound 20th March 2010 04:29 PM

I had PMC IB1's that had Vifa's that look like(and probably are) those and sounded great with a good X-over.

Charles Darwin 20th March 2010 05:03 PM

I think PMC now uses Volt VM752 midranges but they are even more expensive than ATC.
Over here the ATC non 's' costs 270, the Volt 450!

Glowbug 20th March 2010 05:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by doug20 (https://www.diyaudio.com/forums/multi-way/158354-mid-range-driver-post2123504.html#post2123504)
I was going to create a thread but I guess I will just ask it here.

Im also looking for he absolute best midrange driver, 300Hz to 5000Hz would be nice.

"Absolute best" is very tough to define ;)

Do you need something with a lot of power handling? Off-axis response requirements?

Another brand I'd put up there with ATC and SS is a company called Hybrid Audio Technologies...they were started by someone in the high-end car stereo world, but their stuff also does really well at home :)

mclsound 20th March 2010 05:29 PM

yes,I have 4 non "S" and one "S"(for center channel).I beleive they no longer make DIY "S" versions?I got mine from Chris at Solen and he is great to deal with.The Volt is like $750 or so(CRAZY!!!) and I donnot think they have sold many?

event horizon 20th March 2010 05:34 PM

In my book it's the Yamaha 2.75" Beryllium dome ;)


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