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  • Need additional specs on midrange driver #289-126

    I need to put together a high E speaker simply for some testing purposes. Nothing fancy but there is not enough information even for Bass Box or X-Over Pro programs.

    Has anyone performed any additional testing on the inexpensive 6-1/2" Sealed Back Treated Paper Cone Midrange Speaker Part #289-126 and can share their results.

    http://www.parts-express.com/pe/show...number=289-126
    Last edited by Response34; 04-28-2012, 11:20 AM. Reason: wrong word

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    Re: Need additional specs on midrange driver #289-126

    Originally posted by Response34 View Post
    I need to put together a high E speaker simply for some testing purposes. Nothing fancy but there is not enough information even for Bass Box or X-Over Pro programs.

    Has anyone performed any additional testing on the inexpensive 6-1/2" Sealed Back Treated Paper Cone Midrange Speaker Part #289-126 and can share their results.

    http://www.parts-express.com/pe/show...number=289-126
    An enclosure is mostly for the bottom end, which this $3 driver won't have any. Run it closed if you want, or OB. It won't really matter much. Actually, I just noticed that it's sealed back, so no box is in order. Hang it from a string if you want to.

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      Re: Need additional specs on midrange driver #289-126

      I agree the enclose is not an issue but I want to be able to get some sense of a starting point for the x-over. It still wont be a problem but seeing a graph would certainly help in taming unfriendly ranges.
      I guess for a $3 driver, one shouldnt be too picky.

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