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    Default Monitor 11 Freq Response

    Just curious - anybody know freq response for Monitor 11? Looking for how low they go. Sound like they go pretty low

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    Thanks but two things:

    I can't believe 19 and
    That's not my version.

    Mine have the Peerless tweeter and 12" PR

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    pics?
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    My father's look exactly like yours. Not sure where the pic in the link came from. The 19Hz is the overall, the -3dB will be higher.
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    BTW, you should pull the mid-drivers and behind one you will find a sheet of foam damping material, which by this time is completely rotted. You may even find it has fallen to the bottom of the cabinet. Remove, clean out the foam crumbs and replace with like material.
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    Quote Originally Posted by F1nut View Post
    BTW, you should pull the mid-drivers and behind one you will find a sheet of foam damping material, which by this time is completely rotted. You may even find it has fallen to the bottom of the cabinet. Remove, clean out the foam crumbs and replace with like material.
    Done - and yes they crumbled as soon as I touched them. These have been recapped - posted a while back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by F1nut View Post
    My father's look exactly like yours. Not sure where the pic in the link came from. The 19Hz is the overall, the -3dB will be higher.
    That's what I'm wondering - where they are at -3dB

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    I'd say around 35Hz.
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    That's pretty damn good for 2 small drivers and a PR

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