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Old 18th February 2009, 03:53 PM   #11
jprsadler is offline jprsadler  New Zealand
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Just so you know what I am dealing with...

The deck is where the speakers are going and where the people are. It is mounted on a garage. It has internal access to the upstairs living space (kitchen, sitting room, etc)

The space is around 3M X 3M and has a hill directly behind it.

I had thought that a BVR (one of Scott's) might be a good choice. One of the reasons being high WAF, low wood-working skills...

My wood-working skills are on this level (please pay close attention to my many mistakes!) since this is a warts and all build document...

My finances are limited to around NZ$1000, So Fostex speakers are a possibility.

Oh, once last thing I do appreciate your sugestions, even if I reject them, since it does make me think about the project. Thank you!
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