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Old 31st December 2010, 09:59 AM   #11
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Well...... not really. I`m building mr.Tangen`s (fellow norwegian) InConcert Miles for my homecinema. (Beyma TPL-150H + 2x Beyma 15P80Nd) We are building a modern-looking house (funkis-house if you are familiar with the term) and in our living room we "need" something that really stands out without being to dominant, but still pack a punch. The Bodor has a 12", but doesn`t really stand to tall, and I absolutely love the design. So, for me I have to go with that design, or find something completely different. My final choice CAN be taller than the Bodor, but then the baffle has to be smaller=completely different design. And if the Bodor is out of the question, I don`t need to use a full range in my design.

Don`t get me wrong. I really appriciate the effort navin. I know I have a backwards way to go about this. I find a design I would like to have in my modern living-room, then try to find the drivers to build it.

BTW. I LOVE Shinobiwans speakers. Thats art.
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