|27th April 2012, 12:47 AM||#21|
Join Date: Jun 2007
1) the Met is so easy compared to a Fonken that you could knock out a pair in your sleep;
2) the Met is the only design that I have repeated because: it works so well (like the Fonken), but is more easily built; allowing me to explore the potential of three vastly different drivers in similar geometry, permitting appreciation of the different drivers' characteristics more directly than trying to figure out whether differences are due to driver or cabinet style.
3) Mets have high WAF, take up little floor space, and don't need stands.
I built stands for the Fonkens using solid oak--with shelves for CDs; stands took much time, had significant cost, and don't make any pleasurable sounds. I'd rather be building speakers.
A day without music is like a day without food.
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