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  1. dtqwt12
    23rd February 2012 01:22 PM
    Hi COBBLERS, I tried to download the construction plans you forwarded to Joe, but I only could save a very small size (and unreadable) picture .
    Might you help me?
    Thanks in advance.
    I'm a new registered member from Italy, so, please, forgive my english!


  2. VantheMan
    23rd April 2011 07:06 PM
    Hi Cobblers,
    Hope you get to read this. Itīs a long shot. You may remember Iīm the guy who built the WD20Ts. Anyway, a mate who had the WD25EXs has decided to get rid and has given me first shout. I have carted them round to my house ad I must say I was disappointed to say the least. Some things were better, like bass and separation of nstruments but the mids and highs were absent to say the least in comparison with my WD20s which would seem to be much better sorted. Anyway, I decided to have a look at the crossovers and they just donīt seem right to me. There was a mix-up in my mateīs dealings with World Audio because he originally ordered the standard tweeter and they dropped a proverbial and sent him the uber expensive Millennium jobs but when I realised what had happened they were at pains to point out that it was impossible for tweeters NOT to be accompanied by their corresponding Xover kit. Famous last words, I fear.
    To summarise I saw in the crossover inductance coils of 0.76 and 0.42, caps of 12uJ, 6u(J, 3u3J, 1uJ and resistors of 15R, 21R, 2R2 amongst others so something would seem to be wrong. Could these values belong to one of the other tweeter models and hence the lousy sound ? Can you confirm the values for the WD25A STD or XL ? help.......

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