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Old 21st February 2006, 08:41 PM   #11
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Running full range (FR125) driver direct to amp...??
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Originally posted by chrisb
A bipole pair of WR/FR in 25litre sealed box sounds wonderful, and trust me, doesn't require any BSC
And have very good natural bass with no exageration (something i've found in most of the ported boxes i've heard for these, the almost aperiodic MiniOs being the exception)... more than once, they have played the "were is the subwoofer" trick on me...

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