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Thread: Can I substitue a 104H-3 for an LE5-12 midrange

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    Can I substitue a 104H-3 for an LE5-12 midrange

    Just wondering if I can throw a 104H-3 into a 4312 without penalty.

    I know the LE5-8 can substitute for an LE%-12, but how about a 104H-3?

    BTW I go back to when mids were called "squawkers" and that's a long time ago.

    Thanks for any input.


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    Senior Member rdgrimes's Avatar
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    New Mexico, USA
    The 104H has different electrical and acoustic qualities, so generally it would be recommended to alter the XO to accommodate the different driver.

    You can use LE5-8, 10, or 12, any of which are readily available on eBay.

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