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User Name Stay logged in? L-pad may be inserted between high-pass filter and APT, but I think it is not necessary, because the low value of the capacitor 1. I built several different loudspeakers with APT tweeters some 15 years ago. Old drivers were manufactured by Tonsil Poland , as I remember. Cheap, but very good quality. Don't know about the new model. This seems like it might be quite a bit better than my previous recommendation. Sorry about that!
Thanks - -some years back, I bought 4 big-clunky Pyle CD pair 1", pair 1. Not sure why you want to use B in any Hi Fi application, no matter what tweeter you use it with.
Besides what frequency response says, which does not look that bad, B are, for lack of a better word, "slow" speakers, as in they are slow to start moving, slow to stop afterwards. No add on tweeter nor EQ tweaking can correct that, which is not a "frequency response problem" but a "sluggish response" one.
Do Zu and Tekton do something to that basic driver to transform its performance? Last edited by freddi; 1st August at PM. Originally Posted by JMFahey. B are, for lack of a better word, "slow" speakers, as in they are slow to start moving, slow to stop afterwards. I've got an old 70 liter or so Burhoe cabinet with 7. Jmfahey, Can you link to more on the "slow" phenomenon, i'm lost.
Maybe even graphs. Originally Posted by norman bates. I like what they do. An honest company free of audio voodoo. Would I take on the B for one of my designs? Some people do. Like Zvu.
In my small British room, maybe not. The Americans seem to have rooms the size of aircraft hangers. So they need loudness. But what's not to like about this midbass Eminence B woofer? TBH, the whizzer cone is not my cup of tea. Acoustic Research used to replace it with a non-radiating heavy iron ring, which gets you to much the same place on frequency response. I would just struggle to find a tweeter that can keep up with 95dB loudness.
I suppose we are driven to horn-loaded compression drivers here. Not my area of expertise. Attached Images Eminence B Speaker. JPG Sea Temperature May 27 baseline BB code is On. Smilies are On. Forum Rules. All times are GMT. The time now is AM. Resources saved on this page: MySQL User Name. Stay logged in? Mark Forums Read. Multi-Way Conventional loudspeakers with crossovers. Please consider donating to help us continue to serve you. Page 3 of 6. Thread Tools.
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User Name Stay logged in? L-pad may be inserted between high-pass filter and APT, but I think it is not necessary, because the low value of the capacitor 1. I built several different loudspeakers with APT tweeters some 15 years ago. Old drivers were manufactured by Tonsil Poland , as I remember. Cheap, but very good quality.
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