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    Re: Erin's Audio Corner (my new site/YouTube page)

    Thought some of you here might be interested in seeing the data from this test.

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    Re: Erin's Audio Corner (my new site/YouTube page)

    These are great Erin, love what you’re doing.
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    Thanks
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    Seas H1397-04 (27TAFNC/D) 1 inch Aluminum Dome Tweeter Review is now up on my site.

    For $43/each this is a pretty solid driver. Super compact. Nice FR (rising on the top end; may want to aim closer to 30 degrees off-axis depending on the car's influence). Distortion below 2khz is high but a crossover will help that. Above 5khz distortion is a bit higher than I'd care for but it's not terrible. Overall I think this is a pretty good value.

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    Fountek FR88EX Fullrange review.

    Cliff's notes: Low sensitivity. Ok midrange. Bad outside of this. Some pretty wild FR for a "fullrange" above beaming. High HD below 300hz; use a crossover for sure no lower than this. And HD around the breakup regions. All these comments are pretty typical of *most* fullrange drivers and why I don't use them myself unless there's a real need. YMMV.

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    Fountek FR89EX Fullrange review. Very similar to the FR88EX I tested.

    Cliff's notes: Low sensitivity. Ok midrange. Bad outside of this. Some pretty wild FR for a "fullrange" above beaming. High HD below 300hz; use a crossover for sure no lower than this. And HD around the breakup regions. All these comments are pretty typical of *most* fullrange drivers and why I don't use them myself unless there's a real need. YMMV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erinh View Post
    Yea, it is funny how things change over the years. Not just technology but people. Now that I'm about 2 years in to using code to automate my analysis of data at work I see all the ways I could have automated my testing or made it simpler on me back in the day if I hadn't been so apprehensive toward code (like Matlab).
    Have you seen the Klippel Automation interface/api ?
    I've created some really amazing things with it using the super simple VBscript within Excel. You can combine controlling any part of a measurement with data extraction, analysis, report generation, populating graphs, exporting stuff for Matlab, and so much more.

    https://www.klippel.de/products/rd-s...interface.html

    If you're handy with HTML and Javascript, you can use the dB-Lab software's report generator to make custom reports that are very slick.

    https://www.klippel.de/fileadmin/kli...ed_Reports.pdf
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    I used it waaaaay back in 2011-2012 to dump reports but I never got in to writing my own custom reports. That's one thing I look forward to investigating in the future. I will say that I do not like their spectrograms so I'll be using my own script for that; but maybe I can incorporate it in to their software (or just flat out email them my code).
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    Scanspeak 10F/4424G00 Discovery 4 inch Midrange (4 ohm version)

    Cliff's: Good results. Rising on-axis response above 5khz. But no modal issues to speak of. Would actually make a better wideband driver than most drivers marketed as "wideband". Though, I still wouldn't recommend that.
    Should not be crossed lower than the typical 300hz (give or take, depending on exact usage) because there's not a lot of excursion here. Thumbs up.

    https://www.erinsaudiocorner.com/dri...4g00_midrange/
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    Quote Originally Posted by erinh View Post
    Scanspeak 10F/4424G00 Discovery 4 inch Midrange (4 ohm version)

    Cliff's: Good results. Rising on-axis response above 5khz. But no modal issues to speak of. Would actually make a better wideband driver than most drivers marketed as "wideband". Though, I still wouldn't recommend that.
    Should not be crossed lower than the typical 300hz (give or take, depending on exact usage) because there's not a lot of excursion here. Thumbs up.

    https://www.erinsaudiocorner.com/dri...4g00_midrange/
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