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Old 30th March 2003, 07:44 PM   #1
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Default New Center Channel Project

I am starting my DIY center channel project. I will be using 2-10" K-1089-AV 10" Copper Woofers from a Klipsch RF-7, 1-K77, and 1-K55 mid driver w/a K700 horn from a Klipsch Heresy. I am trying to get close in sound to my La Scala's as I can. I will be using 2-3" ports as well. What crossover would be a good consideration. I was thinking one out of a Heresy, the Type E and would run the 2 woofers in parallel.
Size of the unit would be approx. 36"w x 15"h x 13"d.

This is new for me but believe I can achieve the end results. Any help or suggestions is greatly appreciated.
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