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Old 28th June 2005, 08:06 PM   #1
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Default Coral Flat 6 question.

Going through some boxes I had lying, I found these two drivers.
They are both Coral Flat 6, but one of them is a Flat 6 II, the other is without the "II". Can some of you tell me the difference?
They look and feel the same, but are they suitable for a pair of speakers, between each other?
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Old 29th June 2005, 12:27 AM   #2
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Of the various Flat 6 I've seen the physical difference btw the Flat 6 and Flat 6 II is the frame and magnet assembly. However from your picture sure looks like they are both Flat 6 II, could well be a case of mislabelling during the production running change.... Yes, just use them as it is... very good sounding IMO much better than the corrent prodution Fostex..
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Old 29th June 2005, 01:15 AM   #3
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From what I understand, the only difference between the two is the rated power handling-the II model being rated for higher power.For example there were two models of the Flat 10-the first model was rated for 20W,the II model for 40W.I would suggest checking this website- www.eastmarinedrive.com This guy has a lot of information on Coral speakers,including plans for the original cabinets.
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Thanks for the replies
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Yes, just use them as it is... very good sounding IMO much better than the corrent prodution Fostex..
Thats good news I was concerned that they would be different sensitivity or something. The magnet assembly and chassis looks excactly the same. Also the weight of them is the same. I guess I will try and mount them in some easy setup, too see if they sound alike Any suggestions for an easy "speakerbox"? If they sound good enough, I consider something like a Voigt pipe.

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Old 29th June 2005, 02:58 PM   #5
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Any suggestions for an easy "speakerbox"? If they sound good enough, I consider something like a Voigt pipe.

Steen
See earlier post for the link to the Coral website... Follow the drawings for either the sealed or BR box... Will sound very good in those boxes..
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