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Old 26th August 2009, 01:36 AM   #11
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Old 26th August 2009, 07:16 AM   #12
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How about the good ole JBL E120? Can still pick them up on Ebay.

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The E120 is a musical instrument driver, with a metal dust cap intended to add harmonics.
The 2204H (same basket) would be a better bet.
Or even better, the 2206H (same motor as the 2226H) :
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Old 26th August 2009, 09:00 AM   #13
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Yes! Thank you Pos, the E120 made me a bit apprehensive since it's a guitar speaker. Removing the dustcap would help.

The 2206H looks promising even though Le is a little high.

There is also this little gem: Monacor SP30A 200pro

Off topic - I did listen to the Coral M100 + Stereo Lab tractrix 400hz horn these last few days and the sound is quite promising. Strings, brass and woodwind have correct presence and detail. Very easy to distinguish the character of performance and the harmonics of these instruments. The audio band that I listened to was ~800 to 10-12kHz.
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hasselbaink, from your experience with the Eighteen driver do you still consider it the best? have you ever heard the volts (similar application)
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