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Genelec Ones tweeter technology

lewzke, modified 2 Years ago.

Genelec Ones tweeter technology

Youngling Posts: 4 Join Date: 4/26/19 Recent Posts

Someone can explain why the new Ones series has extended freqency response to 37-43 kHz? What changed in the tweeter compared to the 80xx series? Different amplification? Different driver? How they managed to avoid the metal resonance frequency above 20kHz? Around 25-35kHz the aluminum has a breaking point and resonates, that causes peaks. The old series I suppose just cutted the frequency range above 25 kHz to avoid the breaking point to happen.