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Old 27th June 2010, 08:35 PM   #1
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Troels seems to be a maniac when it comes to speaker design/construction....and thats a good thing.

Any opinions about these suckers?

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I cant seem to find anyone selling these driver here in the USA. Are they good?

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Old 27th June 2010, 08:52 PM   #2
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Troels seems to be a maniac when it comes to speaker design/construction....and thats a good thing.

Any opinions about these suckers?

PRELUDE

I cant seem to find anyone selling these driver here in the USA. Are they good?

Spiro
I will say the AT's are the finest traditional drivers I have had the pleasure of using and playing with... you get all the scan purity in the midrange and all the great tone in the midbass like a dyn...

And you can email Per directly and purchase the drivers from him
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Old 27th June 2010, 09:06 PM   #3
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I will say the AT's are the finest traditional drivers I have had the pleasure of using and playing with... you get all the scan purity in the midrange and all the great tone in the midbass like a dyn...

And you can email Per directly and purchase the drivers from him
I bet they're expensive huh?
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HOLY CRAPPOLA! I just saw some prices from the AT website....and these things are expensive! According to my calculations...it will cost approximately 700 PER each 10 inch...and 400 per each 5 inch (shown in the link build). This is not counting the revelator tweeter.

Guys, would these speakers be worth their price vs performance? I'm guessing 2500 dollars + for the complete build.

Suggestions appreciated.
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Old 29th June 2010, 01:38 AM   #6
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HOLY CRAPPOLA! ...
Suggestions appreciated.
I would suggest a kit (like the ones from Wayne P.) and upgrade later for a better (read bigger) design. There are many (international, not only US) kits available, very affordable.
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Troels seems to be a maniac when it comes to speaker design/construction....and thats a good thing.

Any opinions about these suckers?

PRELUDE

I cant seem to find anyone selling these driver here in the USA. Are they good?

Spiro
What gorgeous drivers! Troels's designs have such a timeless elegance - he really has a great sense of how to combine aesthetics with function.
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