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Old 5th December 2010, 01:21 PM   #1
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Take 2 drivers from a cheap PC set. Make an open baffle system out of it. Driven by a class A mosfet amp they still sound like crap, even an equalizer can't fix. Only stereo imaging suprises compared to a 2 way.

The red box is the Vifa Korekt (not XT). The blue one a homebrew with Visaton tweeter and Swan speaker mid-bass. On top of it a class A mosfet monoblock (red).
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