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Old 2nd July 2017, 12:31 AM   #11
hkingman is offline hkingman  United States
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Circling back after a successful rebuild and hundreds upon hundreds of hours of listening... these have become my favorite speakers ever, an improbable outcome, for sure, but there it is. Why? Sound stage. Put them in the top corners of 14x10 bedroom, on the short wall. Von Schweikert VS-1 SUB corner-loaded lower right corner, low-passed at 80. Cheapie Audax tweeters, Fostex fw137 woofers. Curves on the fw137s and listening confirm Fine for full-range use. Original caps protecting tweeters, seem to cross around 8k. Lying in bed on opposite short wall, stage is Directly Overhead (!). Pure magic. Bedphones! I post in hopes more people will try putting crossover-free speakers way up next to the ceiling. Right on the wall. It's bliss
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