Free crossover design services for the rest of the summer.

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SteveKi

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Re: Free crossover design services for the rest of the summer.
« Reply #40 on: 11 Oct 2018, 06:08 pm »
Danny,
I was thinking about building an open baffle speaker and would need a crossover designed.

I really liked the Super-V. Is there a 12" driver made today that is a good substitute for the P-Audio driver that was used in the Super-V?
Steve

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Re: Free crossover design services for the rest of the summer.
« Reply #41 on: 11 Oct 2018, 06:58 pm »
Danny,
I was thinking about building an open baffle speaker and would need a crossover designed.

I really liked the Super-V. Is there a 12" driver made today that is a good substitute for the P-Audio driver that was used in the Super-V?
Steve

I know that this one is a really nice driver: https://radianaudio.com/products/5312/

I'd like to try this one. Igor (the designer) says the tweeter is really good. https://radianaudio.com/products/12crf6430/  I am not a fan of the non-round frame though.

With either one you could just about replicate the Super-V design.

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Re: Free crossover design services for the rest of the summer.
« Reply #42 on: 14 Oct 2018, 11:12 pm »
Any suggestions to integrate two 12" dipole subs with a pair of Quad ESL 63.
The only info I've found so far: http://www.meddens.eu/audio/dipolesub.htm

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« Reply #43 on: 15 Oct 2018, 02:47 pm »
Any suggestions to integrate two 12" dipole subs with a pair of Quad ESL 63.
The only info I've found so far: http://www.meddens.eu/audio/dipolesub.htm

Our servo subs have the crossover functions built into the amp that will handle that.

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« Reply #44 on: 26 Oct 2018, 09:24 pm »
Danny - many thanks for expending your talents on my HT center channel speaker. The first and most obvious change I observed was the need to reduce the center volume, as everything was so much clearer it sounded too loud compared to the other speakers with all on the original settings!

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« Reply #45 on: 26 Oct 2018, 09:36 pm »
Danny - many thanks for expending your talents on my HT center channel speaker. The first and most obvious change I observed was the need to reduce the center volume, as everything was so much clearer it sounded too loud compared to the other speakers with all on the original settings!

I should have taken some pictures of that one. That was a good looking center channel.

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« Reply #46 on: 26 Oct 2018, 10:43 pm »
Usher do nice work.

DaveFred

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« Reply #47 on: 12 Jan 2019, 05:28 am »
Have you ever done a build with or a crossover for your M165X woofer and T26SG Tweeter?

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« Reply #48 on: 12 Jan 2019, 05:26 pm »
Have you ever done a build with or a crossover for your M165X woofer and T26SG Tweeter?

No. I did do one with the Neo tweeter. It worked out really well, but the sensitivity was a bit low with the M-165X driver. The XBL^ motor drivers are really good below 100Hz and even up to 200Hz, but above that they really give up sensitivity to the normal motor design.

The standard M-165 with that tweeter as used in the X-LS Encore is a better combination.

http://gr-research.com/x-lsencorekit.aspx