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Scan-Speak D2904/7100 vs D3004/6600

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  • Audio4me
    started a topic Scan-Speak D2904/7100 vs D3004/6600

    Scan-Speak D2904/7100 vs D3004/6600

    Does you compared them ?
    what are the differences in sound ?
    in mean in two ways and three ways

    thank you
    Last edited by Audio4me; 07-15-2015, 03:16 AM.

  • JasonP
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    Re: Scan-Speak D2904/7100 vs D3004/6600 vs Dynaudio Esotar

    Oh! This is the AMT in Dan's Seques! They did sound amazing, and I had a chance to hear them at InDIY 2015.

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  • Pete Schumacher
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    Re: Scan-Speak D2904/7100 vs D3004/6600 vs Dynaudio Esotar

    Originally posted by bill poster View Post
    Sorry to go OT
    Re the AST2560 These AMTs look quite similar but 700hz x/o??
    http://hawthorneaudio.us/700-hz-amt-drivers/
    Sure, why not? Larger AMTs can get pretty low, especially if they are behind a guide.

    In the 8" guide I'm using, I could get the RS28 to play to 800Hz without a problem. The main things that determine the low frequency cutoff in a guide are the natural response of the transducer itself and where distortion starts rising.

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  • bill poster
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    Re: Scan-Speak D2904/7100 vs D3004/6600 vs Dynaudio Esotar

    Sorry to go OT
    Re the AST2560 These AMTs look quite similar but 700hz x/o??
    http://hawthorneaudio.us/700-hz-amt-drivers/

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  • craigk
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    Re: Scan-Speak D2904/7100 vs D3004/6600 vs Dynaudio Esotar

    Troll at work. Please do not feed.

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  • hongrn
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    Some people just don't possess enough manners to communicate with others, and this guy is one of them. Too much texting and surfing online and not enough human interactions.

    Originally posted by ---k--- View Post
    He asked the same question here: http://www.htguide.com/forum/showthr...-vs-D3004-6600
    I thought he got amazing responses.

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  • ---k---
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    He asked the same question here: http://www.htguide.com/forum/showthr...-vs-D3004-6600
    I thought he got amazing responses.

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  • Pete Schumacher
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    Re: Scan-Speak D2904/7100 vs D3004/6600 vs Dynaudio Esotar

    Originally posted by bill poster View Post
    around 2khz, 3rd order. As far as i know there's no impedance bump either
    That's correct. And Dave Pellegrene has a guide for it that allows you to cross even lower.

    It is a remarkable tweeter for the money. No dome I know of sounds as natural and there's only one tweeter I'd consider superior, but that name brings out the venom here . . . ;)

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  • bill poster
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    Re: Scan-Speak D2904/7100 vs D3004/6600 vs Dynaudio Esotar

    Originally posted by DanP View Post
    How low can you cross that AMT
    around 2khz, 3rd order. As far as i know there's no impedance bump either

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  • Audio4me
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  • DanP
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    The silence is deafening . . .

    You're not going to get too many opinions around here for those tweeters. They are pretty much out of the considered budget range for most people here.

    I've heard the 6600 and 7100 in different speaker systems. They're both very nice. I liked the Beryllium even more. That was the best Scan tweeter I've heard to date.

    But the much more reasonably priced Aurum Cantus AST2560 AMT sounds better to me than even the best Scan dome or ring.

    http://www.parts-express.com/aurum-c...eeter--276-440
    How low can you cross that AMT Pete?

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  • humphreyblowdart
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    Re: Scan-Speak D2904/7100 vs D3004/6600 vs Dynaudio Esotar

    Originally posted by r-carpenter View Post
    I should try a bottle.
    Fighting Cock and its big brother, Elijah Craig, are my go-to cheap bourbons.

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  • Audio4me
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    would have appreciated a simple answer, you probably do not know how to give

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  • Face
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    Re: Scan-Speak D2904/7100 vs D3004/6600 vs Dynaudio Esotar

    Originally posted by Audio4me View Post
    you are wrong....all drivers sound the same varing the implementation?
    however i asked if some you have tried and compared them in sound, do you understand ?
    probably no one has tried both!
    in this case i prefer silence
    Feel free to get lost.

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  • kenny_k
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    Lagavulin! Now we're talking.

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