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Old 11th December 2003, 06:02 PM   #111
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Old 12th December 2003, 05:17 AM   #112
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My turn to join in.... Speakers are DIY, Peerless and B&G planars. Source is Arcam 8SE as a transport feeding a modified ART DI/O. Pre amp is a passive transformer TX-102 from Bent Audio. Active crossover is a modified XM9 three way from Marchand, Amplifiers are two Marchand MB201 for the low and midbass and two Halo SPM25 tube amps fpr the highs. XO frequencies are 50Hz and 1000Hz. I'm in the process of building 4 subs using 4 Peerless XLS 12" and 4 passive radiators.
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Old 12th December 2003, 08:33 AM   #113
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My turn to join in.... Speakers are DIY, Peerless and B&G planars. Source is Arcam 8SE as a transport feeding a modified ART DI/O. Pre amp is a passive transformer TX-102 from Bent Audio. Active crossover is a modified XM9 three way from Marchand, Amplifiers are two Marchand MB201 for the low and midbass and two Halo SPM25 tube amps fpr the highs. XO frequencies are 50Hz and 1000Hz. I'm in the process of building 4 subs using 4 Peerless XLS 12" and 4 passive radiators.
Awesome.

What's the efficiency?
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Old 12th December 2003, 02:55 PM   #114
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97dB
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Old 12th December 2003, 05:41 PM   #116
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I'm pretty sure the Bastani Tweeter is a Beyma.

You're right

<The woofer is Eminence but what model I don't know. Eminence will make up any woofer you want, but I suspect it is at least based on an existing model.
How big is diameter is the voice coil? (based on the center cap diameter) What is the diameter and thickness of the magnet?
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I don`t can answer your question about the magnet, because i closed the rear part of my speakers with fabric ( ?? or stuff ?? )
The diameter of the membrane is about 8,85 inch. Without the pleated ( ?? is this right ? ) part.
It's an Eminence driver, but Mr. Bastani imbuse it with some
" VOOOODOO " Oil, and i don't know if Eminence manufactured it according his wishes.

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Old 12th December 2003, 11:23 PM   #117
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Here's another set of my speakers worth mentioning here. I have to revise crossovers though.
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Is it an alu pipe, peice, thing we see behind your speakers ? what are they ?
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Old 13th December 2003, 07:35 PM   #119
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It's some 12" Eminence driver. But from the photos it definately has some voodoo oil of some sort.......
Somehow I suspect it is a stock model that he modified..
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Old 13th December 2003, 07:47 PM   #120
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Here's another set of my speakers worth mentioning here. I have to revise crossovers though.

Peter, we saw many of your amps. But how many speakers do you have?
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