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Old 10th December 2011, 07:24 PM   #1
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Default New Drivers: VWR126X and LD25X

Hi,

Both the VWR126X (Very Wide Range) and LD25X (Low Distortion silk dome) production samples by air arrived this week. We will be posting data, pictures, etc. shortly and finalizing the introductory special pricing. The sea shipments will arrive in early January.

The following kit designs are in progress:

Simple ported MT in .25 cu ft with VWR125X running full/direct and the LD25X padded and rolled off with a single cap.

In wall MTM including centre.

In wall MTMMM and MMTMM centre.

Ported MTM in 14 litre (.5 cu ft)

Backloaded horn with 4 VWR126X per side and either a horn loaded planar or a ribbon tweeter.

A series of Fonken style designs from Dave Dlugos where we may ask for some naming help. See Dave's post on nomenclature.

Bob

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Old 12th December 2011, 03:53 PM   #2
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Cool! Look forward to seeing some info on these both.
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XBL?

and oh yes, do u c how the Fonken naming will get even more complicated?
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Very interesting,

Not often you see a 25mm tweeter with a 1.85mm Xmax and a Fs of 830Hz.

Two wide bands with the tweeter in a MTM format might make a really nice desktop monitor.
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looking good Bob - pricing settled yet for early birds and friends & family ?
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Any update?
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Any update?

to paraphrase a song, I think "I'd like to get them off that slow boat from .... the factory"
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I'm impatient

Any ballpark idea on pricing?
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I don't see the preliminary spec sheets on HTS anymore? I'm interested in dimensions?
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I don't see the preliminary spec sheets on HTS anymore? I'm interested in dimensions?
Hi,

There are some differences with the production units and we will post more complete specs and info shortly.

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