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Old 18th September 2007, 10:47 PM   #1
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http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/showd...number=264-809

Bought a pair of these while on sale at P.E. (still on sale BTW) - just want to use them as HT surrounds but wondering if I should use any kind of filter on them? There is no FR graph on the P.E. page so I don't know if they have any serious hills or valleys.

I believe I've seen some projects with these (JG's line arrays?) but can't remember where.

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but I wouldn't believe it .......

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but I wouldn't believe it .......

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I'd have to agree - looks too good to be true.
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but I wouldn't believe it .......

/sreten.
The product and performance looks very much like the old W3-871S.
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Well, since they're just going to be surround speakers for HT and ambience for music listening, it looks like I'll get by just having the receiver channels set to "small" - there won't ever be much demand on them.

They might make some decent computer speakers too, & mains for a small bedroom system - just thinking of ways to take advantage of that great <$9.00 sales price.
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