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53ndt and Silver Flute 5 1/4...sound ok?
53ndt and Silver Flute 5 1/4...sound ok?
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Old 27th February 2004, 03:21 AM   #1
stevens is offline stevens  United States
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Default 53ndt and Silver Flute 5 1/4...sound ok?

I think that i have settled on my 3 way setup and just want to run it by you guys before i order.

Tweeter - Peerless 53ndt 4 ohm
Midrange - Silver Flute 5 1/4 4 ohm
Midbass - Peerless CSC-X 8" woofer

Trying to keep this kinda cheap while still sounding good. Everything will be actively crossed so crossover points arnt really set at the moment. Any advice is greatly apprecaiated. Thanks
Steven
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Old 1st March 2004, 03:34 AM   #2
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Ok talked to someone at madisound. He thought they would be a good pair becuase their efficiencies matched well. Can anyone give me any more info besides this? Thanks
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