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Pyramid TW44 Heavy Duty Titanium Super Tweeter
I was wondering if bass blockers would be necessary for the tw44's. I blew the last set of tweeters i had before upgrading to the tw44 and i just wanted to know if they would help at all or what you would recommend doing.
These come with capacitors attached which is all a bass blocker really is. As long as you use the supplied cap these should be fine assuming they are not over powered or sent a clipped signal.
Date published: 2014-04-16
I bought this tweeter but need it for an 8ohm cab. What do I need to do to make this work? I see in the specs it can be both but I am not sure how to do this. Thanks in advance.
This is actually a 4 ohm tweeter. If you use the capacitor that comes with this it will be crossed at a reasonable frequency and not affect overall impedance of the speaker system.
Date published: 2014-04-10
I have a pair of Peavey 112M floor monitors. They are about 14 years old. They are the speakers with the level dial on the front. Looking for a decent set of tweeters for them. the cut out hole is 2 3/8".
Unfortunately I do not have anything that will directly fit a hole that size. Cabinet modifications will be required to fit anything after market.
Date published: 2014-02-03
I was wondering what the differance is between this super tweeter and the bullet tweeter part# 270-055? Is the spl higher in this tweeter than the 270-055? Does this have lower frequency response than the 270-055
A super tweeter is generally regarded as a tweeter that augments a standard tweeter. These are used when someone wants added high frequencies without cranking the treble knob up, or if that is not enough. Super tweeters are usually higher than average SPL and will usually play above 20,000 Hz.
Date published: 2014-01-27
Should i rate these as 4ohms or 8ohms?
These have a DCR of 3.5 ohms so I would use the 4 ohm spec. The 4-8 ohm listing refers to amplifiers this will work with.
Date published: 2013-06-25
how low can i cross these over at?
These should be crossed over at 2000 Hz using a 12 db per octave slope, or 4000 Hz minimum with a 6 db per octave crossover.
Date published: 2013-01-30