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Old 13th December 2005, 05:02 AM   #1
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Default Charlize is sounding pretty nice

I hooked up my Charlize in a temporary project box with a 12V SLA battery for power. Very promising. Great imaging in the mid range. Sounded a little more dynamic when I added a cap to the battery feed. I think she will be even better after a few days of burn in. Glad I chose that one.

I have a squeezebox on the way and will probably give it a listen before sending it to be modded.

I definitely need some high efficiency speakers. I am thinking of making my first pair with full range Fostex drivers.

This is turning out to be a fun project!
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