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Super Tweeters and Regular Tweeters

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Hello everyone. 

My question is short one, Does it make any sense running a super tweeter and a 1 inch silk tweeter in the same system?

I have tried looking this question up multiple times and I cant seem to find any information on this topic. Would they End up cancelling each other out? If you had the super tweeter crossed over at a lower frequency could you hear the smaller tweeter hitting the higher frequency over the super tweeter or vice versa. I havent seen anything that says you couldn't and I havent seen anything that says you should. What is everyone elses thoughts or opinions on this??

 

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The sound quality & sensitivity difference is huge, sure the smaller tweeter would sound better but you are likely not going to hear it over a pro audio tweet.

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1 hour ago, slowfkncar said:

The sound quality & sensitivity difference is huge, sure the smaller tweeter would sound better but you are likely not going to hear it over a pro audio tweet.

That's the impression I was under. I've seen some builds with smaller tweeters in the A-pillers and super tweets in the doors, I was just curious, like I said I couldn't find any information on this topic so I wasnt sure if it was something that could work properly even if it was tuned right.

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They are designed with very different specific applications.

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