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Old 24th November 2011, 11:49 PM   #1
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So how about challenging on making this classified as
' standing 3 -4 way ' system
that employs fairly tipical non-exotic cones
which stands tall and projects a nice charming sound
I would start with the two midranges .
Those can be the Polypropilene Ciare HW133
So now we put 'em in parallel to get this center speaker
The woofer would be , then , a 4 Ω component to match with ..
Pick the most cheap that has the better QP ratio ....
So now we need the tweeter
hhmmm ...so many tweeters around , but let's check
what are the 4Ω versions , ahhhh so many
Look at the Vifa
Ok , we've decided to go with a basic 4Ω speaker that has to
play .....loud
Now we need an amp

Oh , forgot the crossover
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