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Old 15th June 2004, 03:50 PM   #1
dvdwmth is offline dvdwmth  Canada
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Default Which design best for 40-1197

I bought a couple of the RS 40-1197 drivers last week but Im having trouble coming to a decision on the best cabinet. Lots of designs to choose from. I've searched the forums, among other places but now I'm overloaded with options.

Is there a clear best choice.

Id prefer to use just the two drivers I already have as opposed to added a second pair, which some designs require, although its not out of the question.

I need a design that is well documented since I dont have time or experience to do any design work.

Thanks
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Old 15th June 2004, 05:08 PM   #2
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Hi,
Go to this website: http://fullrangedriver.com/tiki-page...FullrangeIntro
You be able to find there ideas, plans, and help from forum members. Some projects are exclusively design for RatShack drivers.
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