Zaph 2.5 way ZRT - Couple of Questions

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  • kstich
    Junior Member
    • Dec 2008
    • 7

    Zaph 2.5 way ZRT - Couple of Questions

    I have finally decided to take the plunge on these speakers after a couple of years of searching for designs. Also, I just completed a home theater sub using the Maelstrom-X sub and am very excited at the performance. Although I have never heard them, based on my experience telling me that I prefer fabric tweeters and paper cones and the "warm" sound they have, I think these will be a good match for me.

    Anyways, I am purchasing the kit from Madisound and it has the capability for bi-amping. Does anyone have an idea of what the impedance curves are for the individual crossovers when they are bi-amped? Is there a way that the curves can be measured? My amp can handle 4 ohms, and the specs list a dynamic rating at 2 Ohms, but I don't want to overload it if the impedance drops too low throughout the curve.

    Also, how does the box tuning affect the sound. I considering the sealed 2.5 way and custom building the enclosures. I have some flexibility for the depth of the enclosure. Unfortunately I don't have a lot of experience with different sealed dampings. How will the sound change if I lower the Q of the enclosure to 0.65 or even 0.577. Keep in mind that I will be crossing over to the sub at 60 or 80 Hz (-24 dB/octave LR) depending on taste.

    Thanks...
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