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Seas L18 / Seas 27TBFCG
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Old 17th November 2008, 01:04 AM   #1
cliffylfd is offline cliffylfd  United Kingdom
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Default Seas L18 / Seas 27TBFCG

Hi,
Iam thinking of building these speakers, but as i live in the U.K. what could i use instead of Parts express Sonic barrier.
And would 7watt wirewound resistors be ok , i think Zaph used 10watt? metal films.
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