AUDAX TW025A0 PDF

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Discussion in ‘ Speakers ‘ started by keilauAug 5, Log in or Sign up. I am planning on a bookshelf with 6. I found a thread on the Parts Express forum dated back to But there is no description of the difference in sound.

To design with the Audax HD12x9D25 in the ‘s was very easy. It is the only choice other audqx the KEF. I like the NHT a lot for its sweet and smooth response.

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But its sound stage lack depth. Will any of the tweeters with proper crossover improves on the sound stage. Yes, I understand it depends on the overall design. Do you have a preference among them and why?

Audax TW025A0

How would you describe the sound stage with a good crossover? Is there a proven crossover design for your preference?

Probably not the right forum for this. IsotonicAug 6, Shawnee Nat’l Forest of IL. Personally, I like the Seas. I’ve tw0250a it a few times and it is simply a clean tweeter that doesn’t really do anything wrong.

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I haven’t used that particular SS but I have used the Audax. It’s not a bad tweeter, I just prefer the Seas. As far as soundstage and imaging, that is more crossover dependent tw025aa0 simply the tweeter. Getting things to cooperate spatially around the crossover point directivity is the key. RayWAug 6, The rs28 series is a tweeter made by usher for dayton and I prefer it over your other choices.

But thats just personal taste. I have used the Audax tweeters on 2 DIY projects and they are sweet, sweet, sweet.

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Not harsh, just smooth soft-dome goodness. If you can t025a0 a higher cutoff, and can find some, seek out the TWA1, which added ferrofluid cooling for better power handling. Another one to consider is Morel. Better power handling too. Any of the older MDT series are awesome. They get better as the numbers get higher, but they are all stellar. I’ve read the TC50 crossover was designed by Martin Colloms too.

Can you post a schematic or a link to that crossover? I have a pair of HDD25 aucax a DIY speaker, and I always think to improve the design, even if it sounds very good with a 1st order crossover.

I think my xover is just a capacitor and a resistor to attenuate the signal And a coil for the woofer. I’m using a peerless 6. But I did several different tests, so I don’t remember exactly the final setup, I’ll open them and check it aaudax week speakers are not at home, I’m moving home by this days But this is a measurement inside my room, gated: Then, complete speaker at the bottom, each speaker with a different color.

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They perform very well, I’m thinking to tame the mid-range a bit, it’s a bit too forward to my taste, but vocals sound very nice with this crossover.

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It seems somebody is speaking on front of you. But it would be tw0250 to try a more elaborated crossover, and overlap the woofer to that. GordonWAug 11, Keilau Seas also makes some nice metal dome tweeters.

JimPAAug 11, Here’s a little writeup about a design using the 27TFFC from a couple of years ago.

Something like Hz for the tweeter and for the woofer but that’s working from memory a few years ago with a few designs between then and now. RayWAug 11, Man, you guys blow me away with you depth of knowledge. I have a great deal to learn. StereoDNAAug 12, The real world challenge of a speaker DIY. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Share This Page Tweet. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? No, create an account now. Yes, my password is: