Pair of Crescendo FT1-SE Super Tweeters 4 Ohm with Crossovers
Item(s) for Sale:
Pair of Crescendo Audio Ft1-SE Supertweeters with Crossovers 4 Ohm
Like New in Box never used
The FT1 supertweeter is the result of months of development, with the goal to have outstanding sonic
accuracy and output.
A main concern that many people face with standard supertweeters is finding the proper location in their car to
easily fit them without heavy modifications. This is hard to do with almost all of them, since they are quite large
and as such, lessening the size was big priority when we started planning out this new tweeter.
The FT1 is available in 4 ohm and 8 ohm configurations
The end result:
Spun and CNC aluminum construction, chambered Neodymium motor with integrated heatsink fins cast and
milled into the motor housing.
Ultra-light Titanium Diaphragm for minimal breakup at extremely high SPL is driven by a 90% Aluminum/10%
copper CAW voice coil.
Exponential horn is controlled and designed for full response along a 44 ° dispersion pattern.
The Faceplate, Mounting Flange and Horn assembly is sculpted for minimal acoustic diffraction and with
aesthetics in mind.
Usable frequency response: 2800hz-28khz
Ideal highpass crossover point for most people: 3800-5000hz
Mounting hole cutout: 2.5"
Mounting depth: 1.9"
Overall face diameter: 3.1"
Flushmount trim depth: 1/4"
$85 shipped obo
Or will trade for a pair of the Black models.
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Last edited by The Silverman; 04-20-2013 at 07:17 PM.
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