After looking at various posts, I have a few questions about large pro-audio coax's such as the Radians, Eminence(Thorsten's new project),Beymas, ect. I know that the best x-overs are 1st. order types, keeping everything in phase and such. Can this be done with these large coax drivers, or should the x-overs be higher-sloped designs? I know this is a broad question, but I wanted to know if this can be done and if there are any examples of this type of x-over approach with these coax's out there? Most of the x-overs I have seen on the manufacturers web sites have been 12db-per octave designs, but I think that maybe this is for high-power applications. I think this would be critical, since the x-over will be in the 300Hz to 8000Hz "sensitivity zone". Thorsten, Tom Brennan, any advice or comments?
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Topic - Questions about coax drivers - Doug 14:19:09 04/29/00 (1)
- Re: Questions about coax drivers - Tom Brennan 20:50:23 04/29/00 (0)
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