Morel MDT29-4 (4 ohm) Textile dome tweeter

Morel MDT29-4 (4 ohm) Textile dome tweeter
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Price: $54.00


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Manufacturer: Morel
Product ID : mdt29-4
Weight: 1.35 lbs
Manufacturer: Morel
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Morel MDT29 tweeter in 4 ohm

Spec sheet: Morel MDT29-4 Tweeter 4 ohm

We had this tweeter built in order to offer a replacement and/or upgrade choice for the Kef T33A 4 ohm tweeter. You will need to remove the flange and trim the plastic voice coil assembly to fit the rear mount in the Kef 104/2 speaker. In the Kef 107 speaker with the 95mm square flange T33A, this 94mm circular flange will fit the existing recess. Consider purchasing Felt Diffraction Rings and cutting them to fill the corners of the recess once the new tweeter is mounted.

One of our customers told us this is a good replacement for the Infinity Emit-R tweeter on the Crescendo.  According to the customer, cut outs and screw holes align perfectly. Quick connects are different, use the QC110 for this tweeter. He suggests some Kappa speakers may also use this tweeter.

Nominal impedance: 4 ohm
Sensitivity: 92dB
Resonance frequency: 1000Hz
Dcr: 3.6 ohm
Mms: 0.45g
Sd: 6 cm2
Power: 80W
Flange diameter: 94mm
Cut out diameter: 72mm
Depth from back of flange: 27mm


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Reviewed by tsacremento
tsacremento bought "Morel MDT29-4 (4 ohm) Textile dome tweeter" on our website
01/08/2015 - 08:55:31 PM
Thank you, Madisound!!!
This tweeter is a more-than-worthy successor to the T-33's in my old KEF 104/2 speaker systems. Same efficiency, same impedance, very similar overall response, but these Morel MDT29-4 tweeters are endowed with much better transient response. Details that I had never before noticed in my favorite recordings were immediately apparent. My 104's never sounded so fine, even when new ... Well, that was a very long time ago, so this may not be entirely true, but I have absolutely qualm with the way they sound now.

Incidentally, minimal modification to these tweeters was required to fit them into my 104's. After removing the aluminum front plate from each, all I had to do was take down the raised plastic lip and three fastener bosses behind it with a sanding drum attached to my Dremel. Five minutes for each tweeter, tops. No cabinet modification of any sort was necessary.