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Selenium D3305Ti-DPD 2" Titanium Horn Driver 4-Bolt
I am looking at the Eminence cross overs. And at what fre. should i cross over at. I am looking to use the Selenium D3305Ti-DPD 2" horn driver and some older EV 12 woofers.
Specifications: • Power handling: 150 watts (w/xover, 800 Hz, 12 dB/octave)... You can use a 6 db crossover if you cross at 1500hz+
Date published: 2012-09-12
how does this driver compare to jbl 2445 J
how will it handle at crossover point either 500 or 600 hz?how about multi driver configaration?Thanks
They are two different drivers. In pro applications - it's helpful to understand the engineering behind and in the product. I've been in JBL's labs and anechoic chamber, and used many of their products. For pro-aps they are exceptional and rugged and dependable. Selenium also has a great reputation as well - but once again - the understanding of how they are built is helpful. Virtually every THX theatre in the US features JBL components. Selenium is very popular outside the US. As for crossover points - most pro applications are 3 way with a mid-woofer covering up to around 2K where the tweeter takes over. There are mid horns that go down as low as 300 hz - but they are very expensive and the power and crossovers are very complex. I can't answer your multi-driver question as it is not specific enough. You might outline your plans and objectives and from there we can advise you better. You're dealing with many subjects - JLB vs Selenium (ford vs Chevy), crossover design without knowing the total speaker compliment, and them multi-drivers - a 3,4,5 way or line source? See the variables... Resubmit your question in more detail and we can help. Thanks.
Date published: 2013-01-30