Ribbon and Planar DIY design question/s
Going to convert my bonus room to a HT, and instead of purchasing the speakers, I was toying with the idea of building them myself - to some degree. The bottom end (<80Hz) will be 2x 18" in a vented dedicated subwoofer enclosures. The eq. for the subs will be handled by the receiver. Pretty sure I want to do V10 Volts (DIYSG) for the surrounds/heights and for the 3 mains I was thinking (per enclosure):
2x 10" ported for lower/mid (not sure yet - maybe Eminence Delta-10As to help match the V10 surrounds?)
1x Bohlender Graebener Neo10 Planar for upper/mid
1x Aurum Cantus G2 Ribbon for the highs
Anyone have experience with both Planars and Ribbons in the same speaker design?
Also, would this XO suffice for the main speaker design?
Dayton Audio XO3W-700/5.6K 3-Way Speaker Crossover 700/5,600 Hz
The ribbon would get >5,600, planar would get 700 - 5,600, the 10"s would get 80 - 700, and the SWs would get <80.