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Old 24th November 2005, 03:04 PM   #1
Salsero is offline Salsero  United States
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Default full range driver array design

I am considering putting together some speakers and after much reading, I am considering a mini array using four W4-1320SB Tang Band drivers per side in a transmission line enclosure similar to the second speaker in Full Range Speaker Photo Gallery

Has anyone tried this combination of a small array in a transmission line using full range drivers? I am aiming to get the nice wide sound stage of the array with the efficiencies of the full range driver. My application is for my TV room where the wide sound stage may make movies sound pretty cool. I look forward to anyones contribution and insight.
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