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Old 4th January 2012, 11:23 PM   #11
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$20 in china.
from $96 here
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Old 4th January 2012, 11:27 PM   #12
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$20 in china.
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Couldn't even find a supplier in the States..
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Old 4th January 2012, 11:36 PM   #13
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don't know shipping cost from China to US.
very few Chinese vendors sell for 2 drivers.

m.b. "clones" of b&c, rcf etc. is prohibited in US?
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don't know shipping cost from China to US.
very few Chinese vendors sell for 2 drivers.

m.b. "clones" of b&c, rcf etc. is prohibited in US?
"clones" aren't, but if it violates patent law then it's possible for a restraining order to compel the importer to deny it entry in the US.

Chances are though that it doesn't violate any patent (..compression drivers have been around for a long time, and a patent holder needs to have some new process or design that is being copied), and that even if it did - the patent holder must both be aware of the violation and seek the restraining order (or some form of recompense).
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for sasav; cheap and documented : Drift Recipe
personally i definetly preferring normal comp. driver in cd horn crossed about 1k or lower..
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Old 5th January 2012, 03:47 PM   #16
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for sasav; cheap and documented : Drift Recipe
personally i definetly preferring normal comp. driver in cd horn crossed about 1k or lower..
The Eminence Legend B-102 is one of the best woofers in town. Congrat.
I know this from my previous tested simulations I show here.

EMINENCE LEGEND BP102, VB = 96.7 L, FB = 25.3 Hz, le 0 dB correspond 91.9 dB2.83Vm.
F3=36 Hz, F6=26 Hz, F12=19 Hz
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Unfortunately xmax = 3mm only
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Unfortunately xmax = 3mm only
No, that's for the B102.
Bicone EMINENCE LEGEND B102 Die-Cast Aluminum - Mid-Range.
http://www.eminence.com/pdf/Legend_B102.pdf

EMINENCE LEGEND BP102 has Xmax = 6.2 mm. Pressed Steel - Woofer.
http://www.eminence.com/pdf/Legend_BP102.pdf

edit: Just to say that the driver in the project is not a woofer but a bi-cone mid-driver. I was referring to the woofer above.
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Hi, consider https://sites.google.com/site/undefinition/tarkus : , rgds, sreten.

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head_unit,Flaesh,ScottG,
Even though I am capable of designing my own speakers, I don't have time for this right now, so can you suggest any good DIY design given my requirements?

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Build! If you have $500 check out the GR Research N3. They also have some other less expensive kits that are not on their website listed here.
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