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Dayton Audio AMT3-4 Air Motion Transformer Tweeter 4 Ohm
What value resistor or other part would I use to shunt frequencies below 2000 Hz in this 4 ohm tweeter? (Tweeter will be connected directly to amp.)
14 mf cap & 0.5 mH coil. will give you a 2000 hz 4ohm high pass filter. The coil is wired directly to the tweeters +/- and the capacitor is attached to the + side of the tweeter as well. The amp leads are attached to the other end of the capacitor wire[+] and the [-] amp lead is attached to the [-] side of the tweeter. Got it? I usually check 2-3 times B4 I apply power!! See parts below. Have fun!! Either coil or cap will work.
Date published: 2013-11-05
I am considering paring these with CDT Audio HD-6 woofers. Will they survibe the environment and mate well it the woofer?
While these are not as fragile as ribbons they still may be susceptible to wind damage. I cannot comment on how well they will mate with the CDT woofers.
Date published: 2013-08-30
Part # of replacement diaphragm?
These look very nice, but expensive enough that one would have to be able to buy replacement diaphragms for them in case it gets blown. Do you have a part # for replacement diaphragms for these yet? I couldn't find it (only for some other models).
Unfortunately we do not have diaphragms available for these tweeters.
Date published: 2013-08-22