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post #211 of 212 Old 06-21-2014, 01:21 AM
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fwiw, geddes uses the b&c de250 which is quite similar to the dna360 at 900 hz in his summa's with good results. i think he only has a first order high pass on it (passive).

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So can the Seos15 & DNA-360 combo not be crossed at 900hz? I was under the impression that the Seos-15 can hold its pattern control down to 850hz. I already purchased the DNA-360's ,but, I can sell them and opt for the BMS-4550's if those would go down to 900hz or even 850hz better than the DNA-360's. The only reason that I didn't start off with the BMS-4550's was because so many people said that they were virtually identical in SQ and response compared to the DNA-360 and/or B&C DE250's.

I am not going for max SPL, just max SQ with directivity as low as possible. I know there have been some builds of the Seos-15's with the JBL-2226, and with the stellar reputation of the 2226 being such a great driver, (I paid less than $160 each, shipped), I assumed these would be an excellent combination of drivers.

So you would suggest a 12" driver instead of my existing 2226's and to cross over higher than 850hz to 900hz? If I do this, wouldn't that negate the benefits of the Seos-15 over the Seos-12? I know that I could have used the Seos-12 as they are so similar, but. I wanted to eak out every last bit of directivity, and performance that I could possibly get.
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