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Old 28th April 2009, 12:42 AM   #1
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Default Stephens Trusonic 120FR questions

I was lucky enough to pick up a pair of Stephens Trusonic 120FR 12" full range speakers in mint condition in what I assume are the original cabinets at a local thrift store(only a few months after scoring a pair of Altec Valencias for $60!).

Anyway, I love the sound of them and the cabinets are in excellent condition. Which leaves me with a bit of a problem; do I leave them as is since they are in such great condition or should I build better enclosures for them(which?).

The drivers are fairly low on the cabinet and I can't help but think they would sound much better with the voice coil at ear level.

I am planning on building a SE 6bQ5 amp to mate with them as I found info stating they are 95db efficient. Seems like a good, economical choice.

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