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Old 19th June 2007, 11:02 PM   #1
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Default hi, want to make tube amp + small loud speakers

hello all

i live in west europe
i do not know much of tubes but plan is make tube preamp
maybe build also medium size bookshelves smaller speaker
1-way or 2-way ... i do not know

hope get some good help with my building projects

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Old 20th June 2007, 03:57 AM   #2
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Old 20th June 2007, 06:19 AM   #3
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Welcome to the forum... i'm sure you'll get lots of ideas & help...

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Hi Jac and welcome to the forums.

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Welcome to the forum... i'm sure you'll get lots of ideas & help...

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tank u
sorry not see this post, caus forget this and not be here long time

i make my mind up for my medium size bookshelves smaller speaker
will use 1-way, single element

Any idea to help me get to start?
Any topic in Louspeaker with better instructione?

tank u
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Hi Jac,
I would read through the forums and see what you like. If you don't see it, feel free to ask questions in the appropriate forums.
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i make my mind up for my medium size bookshelves smaller speaker
will use 1-way, single element
Jac,

One of my specialties

Check out the Fonken & mFonken (and other small standmounters) in the box library at my planet10-hifi site.

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