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    Recommend me a midrange driver

    https://www.rcf.it/en_US/products/product-detail/mr10n301/292523 .. see sensitivity figure in specsheet
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    Recommend me a midrange driver

    Helge, perhaps a bit more info about the speaker and application you have in mind, will allow a more accurate answer. As it is a closed back system, there is only really the front radiation to deal with. Horn or no horn? Knowing Peter's sense for good power balancing, I think his example answers...
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    Recommend me a midrange driver

    Uff!.. Peter, your speakers are really the coolest. I would love to have access to those kinds of waveguide molding facilities. Did you achieve good integration with that Hf horn? And can one gather from the file name, there is some 15" mid bass action going on behind that HF-horn?Anyway, good...
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    Recommend me a midrange driver

    That is an unusual bandwidth is it not? Is it for PA purpose? Can you elaborate on the other channels? B&C closed back midranges is about as good as it gets I suspect. Their 5NSM38 is 300-3500hz, so you are paying for a lot of carefully engineered bandwidth above 1000hz. you will get a lot more...
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    4X8" DIY Mid-High

    In addition to Marjan's point, the box is the major parameter in optimizing the weight, in my experience. Consequently a more heavy driver with higher motorforce, may give you more total output for a given box volume (assuming you have DSP at your disposal to correct the non-flat frequency...
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    Modular Mid-High

    Hi Mark, Lovely! Your gain per driver should indeed be astonishing in a tight pack configuration like yours. How you have come to observe Peter Morris mid high-SPL figures I'll leave for you and Peter to investigate. I'm curious as to your nice selection of horns and which ones those top two...