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Old 8th December 2003, 06:00 PM   #1
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seems like as i grow older my audio needs get simpler. my first complete speaker system was a 5 way philips... then came the DQ10....a Dynaudio 3way+ JBL18" sub...a Focal 3 way + JBL 18" sub...and so on till my present vifa tc series 2 way with and 8" for BSC/bass reinforcement (or scanspeak 2way with 12" for bass reinforcement depending to which system i am listening to)....now i am at looking at fullrange...from Tannoy coax drivers to TB to Jordan to Fostex and now i found a PHL fullrange ....

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before i get slammed for hiding a 2 way as a full range please note that while there is a conventional XO the 2 drivers seem to operate from the same point sort of like KEF UniQ or the Tannoy coax.

anyone heard these? used these? opinions?
...still looking for the holy grail.
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