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Old 1st February 2008, 05:52 PM   #1
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Well it would seem that ever since Ed started the craze for the fe126 driver, many have abandoned the fe108. Remember the beautiful mids and highs of this driver straight out of the box? I guess because of the 90db sens it gets overlooked now, but for smaller rooms or intimate listening, it's still a killer driver and great value. Mine go quite loud and low in my BiB's with 6watts of SEP power and are always quite impressive at reproducing the detail of the music...

Is the H108 still being worked on? Also very excited to see what the new 138esr driver will bring to the table.. I'm thinking that maybe this new driver could end up being the poor mans Feastrex.. Dave
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