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Old 3rd May 2003, 05:23 AM   #1
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Default Project MTM web page is finished

I have finished my project MTM web page. I finished the speakers about a month ago, and my experience with them so far has been very enjoyable. The Project MTM is an MTM that features the Definitive 5.25" mid-woof (Parts Express #299-706) that was on PE's Deal Of The Day a while back and the Seas H537-06 tweeter (Parts Express #279-312) in a classic vented MTM capable of hitting 51 Hz while providing a nice, stable 8-ohm load to the amplifier and handling 75 watts RMS (100 watts Max.)

http://newfoundrory4.tripod.com/biam...projectmtm.htm

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Also there are 10 photos of the actual speakers and parts in various stages of completion for you to see.
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Old 3rd May 2003, 03:09 PM   #2
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I think a internal brace will strenght the box and avoid some ressonant frequencies...

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