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Old 5th September 2006, 04:29 AM   #1
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Default SEAS 5" FR candidate?

Has anyone considered the SEAS H1216 (CA15RLY) as full range driver?
SEAS site data show the on axis response extending up to 10KHz.

Actually I think it would make a good 2.5 way bookshelf system, with a slight EBS alignment allowing to get down to 40Hz (Fs = 44Hz),

But if it can reach 10K, might make a good FR nearfield monitor?

Pete McK
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