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Old 8th July 2003, 07:50 PM   #1
JDeV is offline JDeV  South Africa
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Default Klipsch clone - drivers??

Since I cannot buy this speaker in South Africa, I want to try and clone a Klipsch KG4.5. It is a very simple design with a 10" woofer and a compression horn driver, fitted into a square box. My question is now which drivers might work well together. I would like to use 10" Vifa woofers and whatever good quality - not too expensive compression horn drivers.

Which Vifa 10" are the better and what can I use for the compression horns?


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