By using a "generic" cross-over design on the Tang band tweeter, what failures are likely to happen?
The Tang Band factory suggested a cross-over no lower than 1800Hz.
What am I getting myself into if I cross at 1500Hz?
In researching the change in cross-over for the Tang Band tweeter to a lower Hz, I notice that my intended cross-over @1500Hz moves the tweeter impedance onto the instep of the impedance spike.
The tweeter impedance goes from 6.6ohms at...
Quote:Originally Posted by cogeng182 How does the correlation between CD and woofer work?`
We've been discussing how a woofer and a tweeter should "match in dispersion" at the point of crossover. Coctostan has demonstrated how...
`Thanks Coctostan. I noted there were compromises that had to be made especially in the shaping of the waveguides.
I also noted that you were an active participant in the wave guide formula permutations. Good work.
The listening area can...
That doesn't seem too difficult, replace the dome tweeter with a CD (compression driver) and a waveguide, modify the crossover, and wahlah I've got the ultimate.
In reading all the latest SEOS stuff, it seems you end up with a 75 to 90...
Quote:Originally Posted by coctostan ,
" it has been years since I've used a non-compression driver in a design. "
I've looked at many compression drivers anticipating a possible 2 way project sometime in the future.
Many of the...
I'm always willing to compromise as long as I get my way . . .
None of the info on the Tang Band tweeter at any of the distributors that I checked:
nor the Tang Band Site, ...