Eton 25SD-1, 1" Soft Dome Tweeter
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Price: $87.15

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Manufacturer: Eton
Product ID : 25sd-1
Weight: 2.20 lbs

Description

Eton 25SD-1 1" Soft Dome Tweeter

This is the big brother of the 19SD1. It has very similar sound characteristics, but due to its larger construction method is a classical representative of a 2-way solution. The additional volume in the second magnetic ring results in a low level of resonance frequency, thus maintaining the crossover effort for attachments at a minimum component requirement.

  • 1" silk dome tweeter with double magnet and vented polepiece.
  • Response to 30 kHz
  • Pre-coated textile dome
  • Double magnet
  • Vented pole piece
  • Aluminum former and chassis

Znom 8 ohm
Re 6.8 ohm
Le@1kHz 0.28 mH
fs 1000 Hz
Mms 0.22 g
Sd 6.5 cm2
BL - 2.87 TM
Xmax - 0.5 mm peak
VC Ø 25 mm
Sensitivity 1W / 1m 90 dB
Nom. Power DIN 100 W
Net weight - 0.8 kg

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Reviewed by EWZuber
01/13/2014 - 01:56:41 AM
Eton 25SD-1
Replaced Vifa D27TG-45-06 tweeters with this Eton and although I really like the Vifa model for the price these Etons are so much cleaner and the sound is much more detailed. The highs sparkle, tambourines, cymbals, high hats sound very present and realistic. With such flat and extended frequency response crossovers can be simple and still be effective.
Reviewed by Seren2
09/26/2012 - 02:51:14 PM
25SD-1
Product review of 25SD-1, 'Pros: These things sound wonderful no matter where I sit. I can sit at my desk in between the speakers or back on the opposite wall and they just sound wonderful. They are pleasing but not over powering or harsh. These tweeters are well built, the mounting plate is metal and the magnet is almost as big as the one on my mid. Cons: Cost, but I guess you get what you pay for and they aren't as much as others. Other Thoughts: I used them to replace some non-original tweeters on my CV E315's and now the combination is stunning.' Review by Charles Hyndman. Posted by Madisound.