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Tymphany XT25BG60-04 1" Shielded Dual Ring Radiator Tweeter
I'm planning on buying this tweeter and crossing it over at 1800 Hz since that is where my crossover point Is designed at. Will this tweeter give me good sound crossed over at that point?
Actually this is not a great choice for a crossover point that low. I would recommend something like the Dayton RS28A or RS28F instead.
Date published: 2015-12-21
Good day! How to make this tweeter "Tymphany XT25BG60-04 or Tymphany XT25TG30-04" 4ohms as 8ohms? Thank you in advance for your reply. Regards,
Unfortunately there is no way to change the impedance of a tweeter like this.
Date published: 2015-08-20
If the face plate is removed what is the dimensions of the driver that is left?
Without the plate the Driver is 72mm ( 2.8") wide x 55mm (2.1") deep
Date published: 2015-03-10
Hi. What is the difference between the XT25TG30-04 and the XT25BG60-04? Is it just that one is shielded? Thanks
The Xt25BG60-04 utilizes a double magnet system. This unit is deeper than the other and the resonant frequency is 100hz Higher.
Date published: 2014-12-16
I have some 3 way speakers with dual 8" woofers, and 5" mid. Highs are crossed over at 5k, and the speakers claim 91db efficiency. Would these overpower everything else? Looking for something that sounds clean, natural, non fatiguing, good off axis.
If the sensitivity number is accurate on the speakers this will be a little bright by comparison. Chances are the number is inflated a bit, so the tweeter might need some padding anyway. This will ultimately be determined by listening tests.
Date published: 2014-11-12
Isn't the second magnet "in-phase" with the first for increased sensitivity, not "out-of-phase" for purposes of shielding?
No, this magnet is out-of-phase for the purposes of shielding.
Date published: 2014-10-20