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Default Re: SB Acoustics' Satori MW13P-4 5" Mid Testing

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Sb acoustics is also releasing new satori midranges i believe one of the model number are mr13p

The model tested here is mw13p, which i believe was more 'marketed' as a midwoofer still i got the 7 inch satori at home and the cone itself are among my favourites for vocal midrange duties all and all

Alot of life and still retains details my preferred compromise
Wow, and a MR16P also! http://www.sbacoustics.com/index.php...atori-mr16p-4/
Hard to imagine the midrange could get any better then the MW's.

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Default Re: SB Acoustics' Satori MW13P-4 5" Mid Testing

Erin when you say 1/2m 102db (near field) would that be 96db at 1m or is the measurement adjusted to match with the standard of 1 meter?
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that's totally a typo.

all my HD measurements are done nearfield to emulate the output of 90-102dB (depending on the measurement shown) in the farfield (1 meter). Not sure why I typed 1/2m but it's a typo.

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Default Re: SB Acoustics' Satori MW13P-4 5" Mid Testing

Hope this question isn't too far from the focus of the review or out of context. Do you think that the larger mw16 mw19 would be suitable for use as midwoofers in a three way front? I was considering one of these with their high sensitivity and their somewhat lower f3s in smaller sealed boxes. The price is also in my range and very reasonable.
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Hope this question isn't too far from the focus of the review or out of context. Do you think that the larger mw16 mw19 would be suitable for use as midwoofers in a three way front? I was considering one of these with their high sensitivity and their somewhat lower f3s in smaller sealed boxes. The price is also in my range and very reasonable.
The MW16p is a great driver iv'e had them open in the door crossed at 80hz - 4000hz good midbass but the it's midrange is something special. I think in sealed pods you could get them to play a good bit lower. The mw16p is a great 2 way driver choice but for Midbass only the 19MW may be a better choice.
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I know this was an objective review but can can you give a your personal impression of the sound maybe your impression above and below 300Hz. Describing the sound you know like open, lively, accurate, dynamic. And maybe possibly compare it to some other speakers, GB40, 12M etc?

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The MW16p is a great driver iv'e had them open in the door crossed at 80hz - 4000hz good midbass but the it's midrange is something special. I think in sealed pods you could get them to play a good bit lower. The mw16p is a great 2 way driver choice but for Midbass only the 19MW may be a better choice.
i cant decide between these and the audiofrogs, its driving me insane
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I know this was an objective review but can can you give a your personal impression of the sound maybe your impression above and below 300Hz. Describing the sound you know like open, lively, accurate, dynamic. And maybe possibly compare it to some other speakers, GB40, 12M etc?

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"Subjectively I can say that I've been using these in my Car for the past couple weeks and have been VERY impressed with them. I actually prefer them over the Scan 12m, and the Scan 15m/15w ... but I'm basing these impressions on aural memory which isn't great, so take that for what it's worth."

I have a set of MW13p-4 NIB that i still don't have a use for. If you want to buy them, let me know, im not far from you, in Stone Mountain.
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"Subjectively I can say that I've been using these in my Car for the past couple weeks and have been VERY impressed with them. I actually prefer them over the Scan 12m, and the Scan 15m/15w ... but I'm basing these impressions on aural memory which isn't great, so take that for what it's worth."

I have a set of MW13p-4 NIB that i still don't have a use for. If you want to buy them, let me know, im not far from you, in Stone Mountain.
I understand that ErinH prefers the GB40 to the 12M which many respected people consider to be a fantastic midrange. But at this time in my life what I am really enjoying the dynamics of midranges like PHL1120 and the Audax PR170M0. Some that consider those two speakers to be among the best midranges made but many people do not. It is like the Morel sound, some love it others don't understand what the big deal is about.

The Audax's and PHL's can get to 113db on 60 watts and I think the GB40 will max out at 105 -107db on 100 watts which is certainly loud enough but how are the dynamics? It maybe that the lack of distortion of the GB40 at 105db means that it sounds dynamic and open (the opposite of congested). I don't know enough about speakers to say if that is true or not.
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Default Re: SB Acoustics' Satori MW13P-4 5" Mid Testing

I wonder how the Satori MR16P-4 would work as a pure midrange in a three-way front with horns. About ~250 to ~2000hz.
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I don't know why you'd want to pair a high efficiency driver like a horn with a standard sensitivity midrange. especially when the horn is treated more like a tweeter. just seems counterproductive to me.

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