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Old 27th April 2013, 08:32 AM   #21
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These are garbage. Don't bother. I bought a kit with a pair of these in along with some vifa tweeters(which are ok).

The ones I had looked even worse than the ebay photo, think they picked out a half decent looking pair for the photo's

These definitely don't use any original ss parts whatsoever. No grasshopper basket, no symmetric drive motor, no faraday ring, no variable rib spider.

Like all copies they've paid the most attention to the bit you see - the cone but even that's not ss either.

Save up for real ss or buy one of the other great drivers out there. Avoid these.


And there's the answer, AVOID!

Pretty much come to the conclusion they must be terrible already, but the above statement confirms from a user with experience.

The seller did reply to my message saying 'get a review of these and you'll sell loads'.
To be fair to him/her, here's the complete reply:

"hi, you know the scanspeaker most part is made in CN,they just assembled.
about this woofer ,it is order from a DIY brand.maybe it look like Scanspeaker.but ,it is not.the magnet and the frame not same.
about the sounds we do not need to proof.. old bird know how about the sound from its material. this speaker main market is China.not oversea
so.not need any body to reweiw or something else.you shold konw this speaker sell hundreds in CN,all buyer comment is ,this price.very worth~
"

So, they confirm themselves that there are no Scan-Speak parts involved.
"about the sounds we do not need to proof" and
"old bird know about the sound frmo its material"
were my two favourite bits.

If I need cost effective drivers in the future, I'll stick to tang-band!
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Old 27th April 2013, 10:37 AM   #22
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"old bird know about the sound frmo its material"
The most common use of cheap tweeters in SE Asia is to attract cave swiftlets to shoplot roof spaces, so that they make their very saleable nests
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