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This project born to create a reference full range
monitor loudspeakers to test my new amplifiers.
It is obvious that 3 are the min number of ways to create a true full range loudspeakers.
The midrange driver is responsible of the main frequency range so it should have the max quality possible.
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The Recommended enclosure for the CA26RFX woofer has been calculated by Jon Paulsen of SEAS:
QB3 alignment with 0.3 ohm source resistance (Inductor DCR)
Box volume: 69 liters
Port tuning: 32 Hz
Port ID = 7cm - Port length = 10cm or Port ID = 8cm – Port length = 14cm
Low frequency cutoff (-3 dB) = 36 Hz
After listener test I have
used a longer port length 10 + (3 + 4) cm.
bass reflex tubes used are
Intertechnik composed by these
got from Audiokit webshop
The crossover starting point for the midrange and tweeter is the design by Francisco of Audiohum
In a project like this the crossover design and the crossover components quality is very important so I have used only hi-end parts got from www.audiokit.it .
Torobar type on woofer and Tritec type on midrange and tweeter. Ultra-Low Loss polypropylene capacitors Audin Cap Plus and Audin Cap MKP-QS near my reference the "Auricap". I have reversed the phase of tweeter.
To create a hi-end loudspeakers it is necessary build an enclosure without compromise and only a person with lot of experience in this filed can create a true good enclosure.
For this purpose I have used www.officinelettroniche.it of Ivan De Cesaris.
NOTE: In the following photo I am on the right
I have used in all the measurements the Clio system by Audiomatica with the Transit by M-Audio to use the USB port of my portable pc (instead of the PCI audio board).
Follows the near field frequency band of the Audiotechnology C-Quence15h without filter.
Follows the near field frequency band of the midrange and tweeter with the filter.
Follows the MLS and RTA and MLS at 2 meters on axe.