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Old 7th July 2006, 10:18 AM   #11
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If you want BIB Nirvanas: http://www.zillaspeak.com/BIB-AudiioNirvana.asp

For a small room, the Frugel is likely the better bet, as those 126 drivers have an amazing clarity I gather (mine are on order from Dave as we speak). I think the BIB is at its best with the 6.5in drivers, and might work better for you if you've got a bigger room, where the Frugel might struggle a bit to shift the necessary amounts of air. Assuming you can cope with the height of course -not everyone can. Avoid the Common Sense Audio stuff -it's possible to do better than that IMO.

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I think Ill go with the frugel, and a pair of modified 126e's, the guys seem very helpfull so I think Ill order from them when I get the funds together, Just one thing, Will the 126e's be happy eith the sonic-t?
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Oh yes. Dave (Planet10) is a great bloke to do business with -as I say, I've got a pair of his modified 126s on order from him at this very moment. A lot of work is going into the Frugelhorn to make it the very best small horn of its type. As is, it's already supposed to show marked superiority to others, and constant refinements are being made too.
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Old 7th July 2006, 07:45 PM   #14
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I've got a pair of his modified 126s on order from him at this very moment.
Yours are the pair at the top left.

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