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Old 10th June 2011, 02:47 AM   #1
phil09 is offline phil09  United States
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Hello mark. I know your a busy guy right now but, I have to ask a few questions on two drivers I am looking to buy. The first driver is the Css EL70 its a 4" inch fullrange and the other is the alpire 6P its a 3.5" inch fullrange. I know they both use paper. Do they sound the same? which is a better alround driver? I wanted to builted planet-10's frogel-horns MK-3 boxs for either one. I have always thought paper to be the best sounding. I am looking for a nice natural warm live sound. I have some fostex but, had to sell them do to a very peaky ( Bright shout). I will be useing the speakers for:

1. T.V.

2. Radio theather.

3. Movies and dvds

4. Music

5. Alot of voice listening

6. Back round music.

I think at is it. Sorry for such along post. This is my last project for awhile. Jm
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