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Old 15th February 2009, 07:41 PM   #1
Krumbles is offline Krumbles  United States
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Hi All,

I have 5 Dynaudio 17w75LQ-04's and D260's that I'd like to make into home theater speakers. Anyone have any experience with this combination? I'm looking for some specific design guidance from you experts out there, as these drivers don't fit any of the classic Dynaudio DIY kit designs.

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Old 16th February 2009, 03:23 PM   #2
Godzilla is offline Godzilla  United States
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Madisound could probably get you started with a working crossover design for those drivers. I bought the D260s from them years ago. You can pay them to build the crossover design and even pay them to build it and ship it to you.

I'd recommend purchasing a few extra caps and coils to swap things around. Let the tweaking begin!

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