Buy Fostex FT17H Horn Super Tweeter: Home Audio – ✓ FREE DELIVERY possible on eligible purchases. Fostex FT17H 8 Ohm Horn Tweeter. The FT17H is a cost considerate high performance horn tweeter with a well extended high frequency of 5kHz to 50kHz . Hi, I have build some time ago speakers with fostex ft17H tweeters. The tweeters have a 6db filter @ 10khz and have a l-pad wich gives about.

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We have had good results with this tweeter using a fosfex crossover in the 10 to 15 kHz range. The low cost FT17H is ideal for use as a rear mounted super tweeter.

The FT17H horn tweeter has a high sensitivity, rated at However, they are too big to be mounted on the current tweeter position.

Still can’t hear much depth, but I reckon it’s more of a “room” problem.

Fostex FT17H Horn Super Tweeters

I was suprised to find it quite heavy, g 0. The FT17H offers high cost performance and is well suited for added that last little bit of sparkle and air to high sensitivity speaker systems.

The build quality of the Fostex FT17H horn tweeter is good for the price range. Heard that some commercial mosquitoes repellant utilize a 40kHz frequency tone to “shoo-shoo” mosquitoes away. Created 29 April Right out of the box, they look good. You can use and L-Pad attenuator to match the tweeter level to your speakers. dt17h


Finally cymbals and hi-hats have more “body”. Other than the “air” factor, it also seems to have more “body” and “feel” to it.

The FT17H is ideal for mounting in an enclosure – front and rear firing. No, not the sound, but the idea.

Fostex FT17H 8 Ohm Horn Tweeter

Will fiddle around until I find a position I like. Last update 29 April You see, the Hammer Dynamics main 12″ driver has a sensitivity of 97dB while this Audax is only 94dB. If you haven’t been on this planet lately, a search on Ebay will show you that speaker drivers with alnico magnets command a stratospheric price over their non-alnico cousins.

I hear a wider, more open soundstage. Ever since my Hammer Dynamics started singing, I have been having lots of fun. I haven’t heard much mention of how pretty they sound. Provided that a crossover point in-excess of about 10 kHz is used, the performance is very good. Another e-mail on the Forum recommended a single 0. Reason being, too many credit card frauds. The FT17H horn tweeter uses a shielded magnet. The Fostex, at But it’s very clear, and very extended I don’t have to say this right?


What do I have? Err, wish to add another point. The overall weight of the FT17H tweeter is g 0. Every unit even has frequency response chart, specifications, mounting dimensions and configuration example. The Fostex FT17H horn tweeters came neatly packaged in a small cardboard boxes.

The horn super tweeter offers a crisp high frequency response that extends out well past the audible range. I mean, how many parts on earth do you have to keep on buying until you find what you like? Vocals are impressive too. I don’t have to tell you this new procedure is a P-A-I-N. I haven’t heard so much treble from my system!

Furthermore, if the fax gets to “somewhere else”, I’d ft17n more worried about being a victim of credit fraud than anything else! DAC in use now, is the non-oversampling variety, thus, there should be a Since this Fostex has output up till 50kHz, there should be Those guys on the Super 12 Forum is right. I get too conscious of the treble!

This explains the VERY relaxed treble.