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Old 18th March 2010, 02:01 PM   #1
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Default OB/sealed hybrid, midbass suggestion?

I have two of these:

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The TangBand W3-1364SA.

I enjoy them very much, and they get really loud in a 4"x6" open baffle. In a corner of the room, with a T-amp and some EQ, they even have a little bass (!).

I'm thinking about building a set of wall mounted speakers with these OB, to mount on each side of my plasma TV, right above one or two midbass drivers in a small, sealed enclosure (30 litres absolute max, smaller is better) to fill from 500hz (?) down to 50-60hz.

Does anyone have a suggestion for matching midbass drivers in the appropriate price range? Seeing the TangBands are only $25, maybe up to $75 per side for some decent midbass drivers?

PartsExpress is my dealer of choice, as I live where most companies don't ship their stuff.
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