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Tang Band 13-1761S 1/2" Silk Dome Tweeter Pair
suitable midbass for making these co-axial. Your recomendation please
These were originally designed for use in the Tang Band W3-1723SA which is no longer available. In order for this to work as a coaxial tweeter with any other driver a custom mount will have to be made. There are too many options to recommend, but it will work with basically any 3-4" full range driver we offer crossed around 8 kHz.
Date published: 2015-09-03
Where and I find the Qms, Qes and Le for these tweeters... I'm trying to graph their EQ curve using X-Over Pro and I cant calculate the Impedance EQ with out them... Any help would be great?
The values are below.Qms: 1.541Qes: 5.178Qts: 1.187Le (measured at 1kHz): 0.417 mH
Date published: 2014-11-18
I'm impressed with these, but need a recommendation. I have them paired with Fountek FR58EX full ranges, 1st order crossed at 5K.. They are "hot" compared to the 2.3dB woofer, so I want to attenuate them... What sort of resistor should I use inline?
I would recommend two resistors in order to not change the crossover point of the speaker. A 3.3 ohm in series and a 3.7 ohm in parallel will drop the tweeter level about 8 dB which should help it blend better with the woofer.
Date published: 2014-05-28
Is the tweeter sealed? Will I have an issue with leaving the back of the tweeter open to the woofer's shared cabinet
Yes these are sealed and do not need to be isolated from the woofer in any way.
Date published: 2014-12-18
How to solder the leads?
These have no leads attached but appear to have two soldering pads. Which pad is positive? There is a red dot slightly closer to one of the pads but it isn't really clear.The specifications sheet did not add any detail or diagrams on the connection polarity. Thanks.
Yes, use the red dot for (+) on both. This will insue like polarity. My understanding is that polarity is not critical with these tiny tweets.I would use low temp quality solder, a solder pencil with a fine tip and lightly tin your wire.
Date published: 2014-04-09
I was wondering what have been your mounting solutions. It looks as if they have channels on them to hold them into place. I am assuming that its drill hole and epoxy, but I would like a removable solution.
There is a screw hole in the middle in the back, but I haven't measured the screw size. You can take the tweeter to your local hardware store and find the proper size bolt to screw into it. I imagine it's somewhere around M4x.5, but I'm not sure.
Date published: 2012-08-18