New Hi Sensitivity Full Range

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New Hi Sensitivity Full Range
« on: 1 Apr 2017, 05:02 pm »
Just see there is a new Neo driver at CommonSense useful to small tube amps  97dB sensitivity, no whizzer and linear freq chart, QTS is low may work well in horns:
http://www.commonsenseaudio.com/an8classicneospecs.jpg

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Re: New Hi Sensitivity Full Range
« Reply #1 on: 29 Jul 2017, 02:19 pm »
It's an interesting driver but I'd be curious to know what the highs are like off axis.  Unless the dust cap on the cone is able to function as a tweeter it's likely to beam like a laser at very high frequencies.

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Re: New Hi Sensitivity Full Range
« Reply #2 on: 29 Jul 2017, 02:44 pm »
It's an interesting driver but I'd be curious to know what the highs are like off axis.  Unless the dust cap on the cone is able to function as a tweeter it's likely to beam like a laser at very high frequencies.

If it's reasonably flat, beaming might be a good thing; think controlled directivity. At one time I had a pair of Acoustats that truly beamed like a laser. And with the exception of efficiency and how they handled dynamics, they were absolutely fantastic.

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Re: New Hi Sensitivity Full Range
« Reply #3 on: 29 Jul 2017, 03:17 pm »
10db spike in the upper mids. Yikes.