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nirvana 3rd February 2008 12:07 AM

giant BIB audio nirvana super 8
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90" x 11-1/4" x 18-3/4" deep

nirvana 3rd February 2008 12:10 AM

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nirvana 3rd February 2008 12:13 AM

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seventenths 3rd February 2008 12:34 AM

Wow!, but I almost wish you hadn't done that! What are your listening impressions?


nirvana 3rd February 2008 12:47 AM

nirvana BIB
wonderful mid, open sound ( very high....) , dynamic ,powerful,

very good bass, much better than my double bass reflex.

thank you !!!!!

gychang 3rd February 2008 01:07 AM

how is the high freq of the speaker?

cymbal music etc...


nirvana 3rd February 2008 01:23 AM

bib super 8
this speaker is good to 19K hz or 20K.... it's anough for me.
cristaline high... no sub no filter no tweeter
at this price, audio nirvana super 8 is fabulous. Great sound.

my dream : Supravox or Fertin but .... a lot of $$$ for just little bit more I think.:hbeat:

OzMikeH 3rd February 2008 01:33 AM

If it was any bigger you'd have to stand on chair to listen or fold the top over so it fits in the room. :D

Painted the same colour as the wall it would have a higher WAF than many smaller boxes.
There is certainly no possibility of china dolls or doilies on top with this design. She would only try once. <THUNK> <tinkle>.

I like it. Nice job.

seventenths 3rd February 2008 01:55 AM

Well, they look great and I'd love to get an idea of the bass response vs. my 166 BiBs.I've wondered about the possibility of dropping the high point of the baffle 6-8" and adding a K-slot to the back of "Bigger" BiBs to lower the driver. The driver position for my 72" cabs is pushing it a bit as is...

Oh and 18K? Fine here as my latest test tone adventures tell me my OEM equipment is only good to 15K. My 15 Y/O daughter assures me that the higher frequency tracks were indeed audible :)


MIKET 3rd February 2008 02:51 AM

Do you have plans for the 8" Nirvana BiB, this looks like an interesting project to use with my 8 watt SE amp.

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