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Old 25th August 2008, 03:48 AM   #1
66Panel is offline 66Panel  Canada
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Hello everyone,

I am very new to DIY and am currently in the process of my first build, actually I am building 4 shielded, vented monitors and am using the MCM 55-1855s and the Peerless 812978 Tweeters, I would also like to build a center channel and use the 2 of the 1855s and one 812978 and I would like to try and use these dimensions 7.5 H x 8 D x 19.5 W.
I saw on John Zaphs site in his archives he made a MTM very similar to what I want to do but the information is no longer there.
Has anybody made one using this configuration and if so would you be willing to share your crossover information.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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