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Old 3rd November 2003, 11:30 AM   #11
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Hi, you should have another look at the IPL site and the transmition lines on there (http://www.iplacoustics.co.uk/ ), as I have been looking at these recently and found a good reviev on TNT audio of one of his designs (http://www.tnt-audio.com/casse/ipls3mtl2_e.html). As you can see in teh room the bass on these designs is theie main strong point, so they could be exactly what you are looking for.

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Old 3rd November 2003, 08:01 PM   #12
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T-line useing morel drivers.
Originally posted by GM
I'm surprised that Morel would have two sets of driver specs
There are now 2 Morels, a bifurcation of the original joint-venture. One based in the US, and one based in Isreal (where all the drivers were originally manufactured).

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Old 3rd November 2003, 08:51 PM   #13
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Dear Andrew,

thanks for your attention.
i looked at the links you sent me and didn't find any designs what so ever.
it seems like you havn't read the first post where i explane why i can only buy from morel israel that manufacture in israel, and not from anyone out side, financially it doesn't pay.

i'm really looking for a design that will fit the maximum size i can spare in my small space. the the TL will take advantage of this size and in return it will give me good low frq' range.

right now i took GM's advice about the H1.10 woofer. (165$ each in israel)
i will build the boxes (building cost are little and it take much time)

i'll probably monut the woofer on the nerrow side and place the mid and the tweeter in the same level above it, that way both of them are exactly at my ear level.

when i'll finish the boxes, i'll update this thread.

thanks again for all of the good people who cared, especially GM.

p.s. i find the quarter wave length reading metirial quite interesting!
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