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For the price, the CD10Fe is an excellent comp driver, and yes I agree, needs very little EQ to sound nice.

I'm not aware of another driver at the same price point that beats the CD10Fe.
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I love them. And yes if you do close listening with same material AND SAME SLOPE you can tell that 1.4 is no good and 1.6 is. Well I can. Straw camels back, blah
I have CDX1745 at moment, crossed 2.2k, they are sweet but the Beyma seems to have that, "big boy" sound rather than just being a tweeter.
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Cross them at 1K5 at the moment, sounds sweet!
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I prefer them a little higher myself, but it does depend how hard you drive them. At low power levels 1k6 - 2k is fine, at higher power levels I find it a little abrasive and need to crossover a bit higher.

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