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That's VERY attractive!  Will the chamber be removable to alter damping?

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Just now, Tirefryr said:

That's VERY attractive!  Will the chamber be removable to alter damping?

Good question.  Hadn't planned on it.  I can ask the build house if that is something do-able.

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Should work great down to say 2600 htz ??? Or you thinking 3000 ??? 

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Tuned in

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According to the graphs the Fs is 736hz for the 4 ohm and 838hz for the 8 ohm version. So there's a good potential for a great crossover point with these. 

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Cool. Anybody know at what price point these will be sold at? :phatyo:

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Are they better suited on-axis or off-axis? Those are badass for sure :droolcup:

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I know I should wait on users feedbacks, but I'm already interested !

I hope the price will be right. :)  

 

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Im sure the price will be real friendly, ssa is good at pricing things just right 

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16 hours ago, altoncustomtech said:

According to the graphs the Fs is 736hz for the 4 ohm and 838hz for the 8 ohm version. So there's a good potential for a great crossover point with these. 

Yes, it took a few attempts to get it that low.  First few were not mapping out well.  Was messy, but worth it in the end I feel.

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14 hours ago, Billy Jack said:

Cool. Anybody know at what price point these will be sold at? :phatyo:

Once I have all the final details (numbers wise), I will be able to set pricing then.

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15 hours ago, jcarter1885 said:

Are they better suited on-axis or off-axis? Those are badass for sure :droolcup:

I did not set out to have these specific to one way or the other.  They needed to be home audio friendly (on axis) and car audio friendly (off-axis). Sure, they lean towards on-axis in through testing, but they can still perform well off-axis.

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sex

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9 hours ago, ///M5 said:

Gorgeous.  If they perform like they look they should take the active audience by storm.  

With no a priori measurement details and only seeing the plot, I think Aaron's response is conservative.  The response curve looks easily adaptable to both almost on and off axis response in car.  Obviously nothing will beat a really small diaphragm for off axis response, but the flexibility of such a low Fs will more than counteract that in more than 90% of installs.

The last thing I need is another set of tweeters...but pretty sure my curiosity won't be squelched until I own a pair.

:):):)

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dayum sexy! I think the white would be more muted for most installs... red can be too much maybe?

6 minutes ago, Mark LaFountain said:

EVIL1-001-WHITE.jpg

EVIL1-001-RED.jpg

 

 

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Wish I had something to put this set (6.5 & tweet) in for personal enjoyment. 

I have a birthday coming up ......... 

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Black and Red SSA is more subtle and fits the Evil theme, I like it better.

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