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Old 26th June 2003, 05:52 PM   #1
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"Making of M1
By Man-Sun Huh
20 Jan 1998

System Introduction

2-Way closed box speaker with Scan-speak units. This speaker system is designed for near field monitoring in small rooms ("M" for M1 means Monitor) and for reproducing clear images. I selected a closed box system. Though "M1" has restricted bass, it can deliver more articulate bass response than any other bass-reflex system. In my room (about 20 square meters), it can play chamber music, jazz and pop with satisfaction"

link: http://www.speakerbuilding.com/content/1021/

Have anyone build this speaker? Can someone "pro" look at the crossover ( http://www.speakerbuilding.com/conte...1/net_draw.gif ) and tell some comments about it?!
Sorry my english... I'm from Finland..
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Old 4th July 2003, 06:49 AM   #2
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hey, come on... need some comments
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Old 4th July 2003, 01:50 PM   #3
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I don't know, I am listeing to a system that uses the same MW driver in MTM and I like it alot. I would imagine that a top notch driver like the 8545 and the 9300 with a good xover should give a very sweet speaker.
The nice thing about it is that I have seen at least a dozen project using that MW unit, including a monitor project in Vance Dickason book (he knows a thing or two about speaker designs) that uses the revelator tweeter, so there is plenty of room for experimentation.
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