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Goldwood GT-302/S 1/2" Mylar Dome Tweeter Shielded
What size female disconnects will fit the terminal? Part number for these disconnects? Thanks.
This tweeter uses 0.110" terminals. Our part number for the disconnects would be 095-286.
Date published: 2014-07-08
Which terminal is positive? They are identical as far as I can tell.
One of the terminals should have a red strip drawn on it, this will be the positive terminal.
Date published: 2014-05-14
can this be rear mounted, if so, what kind (if any) of gasket is needed?
If you mean rear of the front baffle board--I would just use a cut out of cardboard since this tweeter uses a high crossover and it's shielded, so the back wave is compressed [sort of]. You want to prevent rattling by the large woofer bass waves though. PE has great gaskets for this as well. I hope you didn't mean "mounted towards the rear"? Since this is shielded, you would get very little sound.
Date published: 2013-10-29
which way should the grill be oriented. vertical or horizontal..? in addition...should the posts be touching the magnet..can they be spread
The two small veins that are holding the diffuser in place will have no affect on the sound so the orientation won't make any difference. The terminals should not be touching the magnet, they can be bend if necessary.
Date published: 2013-08-08
The suggested Cutout diameter is: 1-15/16", can a 2" hole saw be used instead? I cannot find this size hole saw for an acceptable price as it is not a standard size. Otherwise what other suggestion do you have besides using a jigsaw to hack it up or a router?
Yes you can use a 2" hole without issue.
Date published: 2014-07-15