Home » Sponsored » Pi Speakers » Crossover inductor for 2 Pi (Inductor & other components)
Crossover inductor for 2 Pi [message #93314] Fri, 12 March 2021 15:32 Go to previous message
ade1 is currently offline  ade1
Messages: 3
Registered: March 2021
Esquire
Hi all,
After months of searching for a DIY (or affordable) speaker with decent sensitivity (91dB+ spl) I have finally settled on the 2Pi bookshelf. The towers are a bit too large for my small room.

Any help with crossover components would be great. I'd like to get decent components but at an affordable price. Eg, I think the 10 uf Obbligato Gold caps are good enough at £25 each, rather than Mundorfs at double the price. I have used them before and they were fine. Also, am in the UK, so they have to be available on hificollective or other uk audio DIY sites.

I have no idea about the thickness/gauge of the copper wire in the inductor (0.5mH).

Also, what have people used for sound absorption/damping the cabinet.
Any opinions or advise on any aspects of the build will be greatly appreciated
Cheers,
Ade
 
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Read Message
Previous Topic: H290 horn. Old vs new
Next Topic: For Sale: Pi4 Speakers Upgraded XO
Goto Forum:
  


Current Time: Wed Jun 23 01:16:14 CDT 2021

Sponsoring Organizations

DIY Audio Projects
DIY Audio Projects
OddWatt Audio
OddWatt Audio
Pi Speakers
Pi Speakers
Prosound Shootout
Prosound Shootout
Smith & Larson Audio
Smith & Larson Audio
Tubes For Amps
TubesForAmps.com

Lone Star Audiofest