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McBride full range 6.5" - anyone tried it?
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Old 24th January 2004, 11:54 PM   #1
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Default McBride full range 6.5" - anyone tried it?

I'm looking for drivers to use in small sealed cabinets for a HT application. I found this one at loudspeakers.ca. Using the published specs, since I don't have a sample in my hands yet, it looks like it should do Fb = 99.4 Hz and F3 = 74.4 Hz in a box of about 7.5 liters net internal volume - system Q works out to about 1.14. I would be prepared to add a tweeter / supertweeter, perhaps the CTS KSN1038A with the appropriate cap(s) and resistor(s). The specs are attached. McBride is a Canadian manufacturer, and I think they are located in Waterloo, Ontario.

I realize that this is a long shot, but if anyone has experience with these drivers, I'd be happy to learn your impressions. If I like box number one, I might build four or five more to go with the Yamaha HT receiver and the DIY 12" sub.

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