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soundnovice 31st October 2011 01:55 PM

vifa co-axial driver
 
hi steve
i want to purchase a pair of vifa co-axial drivers. i am from India. how can i proceed? i am not able to reach you by email.

Apex Jr 1st November 2011 10:31 PM

I have stock and the weight will be 3lbs
Shipping by US Mail will be:

Priority Mail International $39.25
US Mail Parcel Post $27.89

I surprised I didn't get your email either in the inbox or spam folder.
Sorry....

Steve

soundnovice 2nd November 2011 06:09 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Apex Jr (Post 2766628)
I have stock and the weight will be 3lbs
Shipping by US Mail will be:

Priority Mail International $39.25
US Mail Parcel Post $27.89

I surprised I didn't get your email either in the inbox or spam folder.
Sorry....

Steve

can u also supply me the recommended xover (either fully assembled or just components). please let me know the combined price. i will prefer US mail parcel post. what is mode of payment? i have paypal account.

thanks

lduarte1973 2nd November 2011 11:16 AM

Have you tried Europe Audio ? cheaper shipping , no vifa but Seas Coaxial with crossover

H1333-08/06 - Seas T18RE/XFCTV2 7 inch coaxial - Europe Audio

soundnovice 2nd November 2011 11:21 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lduarte1973 (Post 2767053)
Have you tried Europe Audio ? cheaper shipping , no vifa but Seas Coaxial with crossover

H1333-08/06 - Seas T18RE/XFCTV2 7 inch coaxial - Europe Audio

cheaper shipping? to India?
driver cost is 109 euros....way costlier than 15 usd !

Nanook 5th November 2011 12:04 AM

Vifa coax from Apex Jr.
 
Steve,

do you have components for a suitable cross-over for the Vifa coax drivers?(sound novice will need something like the stock crossover to use or make out of better components). Perhaps in your "bag of crossovers"?

Apex Jr 5th November 2011 12:48 AM

Nanook....

There is one on the website;
http://www.apexjr.com/images/VifaCoaxial.GIF

I have stock on the 2Uf (1.39ea), 3.3 ohm resistor (.15ea)and an 8 ohm resistor (.15ea) and do not have in stock on the .39uH Inductor.

Steve

soundnovice 5th November 2011 05:02 AM

i can procure the xover components locally and get inductors winded.
can you tell me the DCR of both the inductors used in the xover?
i will not be bothered if presence of slight DCR value in the inductors will make huge difference in xover frequency.

Nanook 5th November 2011 04:59 PM

description of the "wannabees"
 
Steve,

did you get my email with a description of the "wannabee" pipe style project and the "retro", the retro fit of the Vifa coaxials to Teac "Reference 100" speaker enclosures?

I did send you a description of both a week ago or so. I thought I had sent you a description with the pictures a while ago..

Apex Jr 5th November 2011 11:01 PM

I do not know DCR values ...

Stew:
Did receive and have sent to my webguy

Steve


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