My latest ebay purchase is six Neo3 tweeter array in curved steel frame, with passive crossover designed around 1.5khz 24dB/octave, obviously from a custom speaker project.
I did not realize they were so curved when I bought them, but I assume they should still be used standing vertically. DC resistance measures at 5.2 Ohms.
I am brainstorming ideas to integrate these Neo3 arrays with my dual 8" bass units, which currently sound awesome crossed over to Radian 475PB compression drivers at 1kHz/18dB via Bryston active crossover. The horn setup actually sounds fantastic, but this was an impulse buy. For now, I'm trying to play with alternative presentation, but I may consider just adding the Neo3 as (super)tweeters if that doesn't work out.
When I thought they were straight, I was going to just mount them on some wood panels and stand them up on top of my woofer modules, but since they are so curved, I may need to devise some sort of steel tubing contraption with help of a machine shop. Any good ideas would be greatly helpful 0430202008
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