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Old 10th December 2012, 08:49 PM   #21
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You're missing the all-important bass cutout size here, sreten!
An estimate of tweeter cutout and room for mounting plate
would be interesting too.

BTW, be very interested to see what Mordaunt Short did in
those MS20i Pearls of yours on crossovers, since I have a pair
of MS plastic basses lying about. Fancy starting a thread on them?
Hi,

All relevant dimensions have been posted.

THe MS20i's have a single inductor on the midbass
and a pair of parallel capacitors on the tweeter.

rgds, sreten.
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Old 10th December 2012, 09:30 PM   #22
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As you say a fair price for the cabs alone, if theyre well built as you suspect they are. I nearly bought wharfdale diamonds second hand, in the early 90s. Which model im not sure. Everything worked, i didnt like the sound. They were fairly well regarded at the time however. I bought some awfully DIY'd HUGE vented cabs with Goodmans Acoustic suspension (or very very compliant) 10 inch woofers, bad mids and 2 inch piezo tweeter. Tenner! Another project that got shelved.
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Old 10th December 2012, 10:22 PM   #23
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Hi,

Looks like the Tang Band W4-1052SDF 4" Full Range Speaker
should drop fit into the recessed driver cutout, pain is there
seems no source of TB drivers in the UK.

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in the UK no, but a few in Europe. Around 4 litres may suit the AP100Z0 i have here or the mission cp134
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Sorry to drag this out from the depths, but was there any development here?

I'm thinking a pair of these would be handy for rear surrounds in a student bedroom. The price is right at 20/pr, and there's a Richer Sounds nearby.

I'd be willing to consider swapping out midbasses, but chances are I wouldn't bother: so long as they make sound and go reasonably loud when used with a subwoofer, I'll probably be happy.
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