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Old 2nd September 2011, 01:50 PM   #1
edinm is offline edinm  Bosnia and Herzegovina
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I have following drivers:

- Morel MDT44 x 2pcs
- Aurasound NS6 8 Ohm x 4pcs
- Aurasound NS8 4Ohm x 2pcs

Options are:

2way -> Morel and NS6 as mid/woofer
2way -> Morel and NS6 x 2 as mid/woofer
3way -> Morel, NS6 and NS8
3way -> Morel, NS6 x 2 and NS8
3way -> Morel, NS6 as mid and NS6 as woofer
2.5way -> Morel, NS6 and NS6 as 0.5
Aethers -> Morel, 2 x NS6 as dipole OB and NS8 as woofer

Any other sugestion is welcome. I had to do some speakers out of these drivers but can't decide what :-(

My listening room is 3.8 x 5.6 m = 21m2.

I would like details as well as nice low defined bass.

Thanks very much for help!
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