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Old 18th March 2004, 10:11 PM   #1
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Tweeter is a Vifa D25ASG-05, midrange is a Diamond Audio M6 6.5" crossover is from the diamond M6 set. Sub (if you can call it that) is a Boston Acoustics 6.5 in about 1.3 ft tuned somewhere in the mid 30s.

I just finished building the main speakers, they are ugly but the sound is amazing. They are .4 cubic feet sealed (each).

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Nice. Do you like the sound of the Vifa metal domes?

(Is that unfinished MDF I see?)
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nice speakers. do they mess with the screen at all?
The tweeters are shielded and I put some bucking magnets on the midranges.

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Nice. Do you like the sound of the Vifa metal domes?

(Is that unfinished MDF I see?)
The tweeters sound great, very smooth - not harsh at all. It's unfinished MDF, 3/4 inch thick.

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Any pics of the sub?
The sub is even uglier. This little guy puts out decent bass down to about 32 hz.

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Old 22nd March 2004, 07:26 PM   #4
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Well to finish em off [well u say they look ugly] u could use sum primer and some wood stain the colour of your choice,i like beech quite a lot; much easier than appling vinyl.
Except more expensive vinyl looks like wood,wheras mdf won't.But using some primer and staining the mdf,with wood stain u can still get good results.
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