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Old 9th January 2014, 12:06 AM   #1
David AM is offline David AM  United States
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Hi,

I am building a set of 4pi speakers (2-way with 15in JBL2226 woofer and high frequency horn "tweeter"). If I use Audiocap Theta's for the high frequency driver, what caps do you think would work well in the woofer crossover? The cross-over frequency is somewhere around 1khz.

The crossover caps are in this configuration (woofer caps in parallel to the driver):

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Do you think the Theta's will work well in this design? Thanks, David
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Old 10th January 2014, 05:02 AM   #2
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The Theta will work fairly well. The "go to" would be Jupiter Vintage Flat Stacks, but we are talking a fair amount of coin ($$) difference. If you proceed with the Theta, I'd use the Sonicap G1 for the low-pass.
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