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Old 27th October 2007, 12:24 AM   #231
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I am really more excited about the 12" mid, which will take care of 250-800hz ... I find this area the most important and also difficult ... the rest is just filling in
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Old 22nd March 2013, 07:52 PM   #232
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Default Want to make PMC IB1S or similar 3 way

Hi,

It's been 6 years...any updates ? I'm sure there are!

I am new to DIY speaker building but it looks like i have little choice. The speakers i want are way too expensive (PMC IB1S).

I'd need them for studio monitoring, mixing, mastering. I need unforgiving detail & analysis, neutrality and bass that goes at least down to 30Hz (-3dB).

I have looked around a lot and cannot find any kits that seem convincing or cheap enough. Let's say that the budget is approx 1000 US$ for the components and that i have to do the best with that.

Any suggestions ?

Many many thanks in advance !
If you drop by Guanajuato Mexico PM me and we can hook up.

Cheers,
Rick
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Old 23rd March 2013, 04:58 AM   #233
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Default If I had to choose with current drivers...

Transducer Labs N26C-A
PHL 1120
Scan Speak 32W/4578T00

BUT- my current reference build for myself is:

HiVi RT1C-A
Usher 9845
Dayton RSS210HF-4

Later,
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Old 23rd March 2013, 05:19 AM   #234
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Transducer Labs N26C-A
PHL 1120
Scan Speak 32W/4578T00

BUT- my current reference build for myself is:

HiVi RT1C-A
Usher 9845
Dayton RSS210HF-4

Later,
Wolf
Thanks a lot. Although that would amount to quite a bit more than 1000 dollars in drivers.
The Scan Speak 32W is about 400Ä, ie about as much as a 12" Volt similar to that used in the XX000Ä PMC MB2's.
Has anyone tested these Volt "Radial" speakers ?
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