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Old 22nd September 2003, 01:36 AM   #1
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i hv made one 2.1 system for computer with 3" full range as satellites. Now i got 2" satellites, but when i tested 2" driver along with the 3" driver, then the tone is very sharp. Highs r better than 3". Suggestions in the matter r welcome as i will like to use 2" as satellite. I want tone to be smoother.in 2".
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