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Old 14th April 2004, 12:31 PM   #1
aimen is offline aimen  Pakistan
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Default which design is better

i have zero DIY experiance so i need a simple good sounding value for performance speaker under 150$(each) for drivers

i was thinking at these designs might be simple enough for me

simple two way.....TW
two half way......TWW
Diapolitto..... MTM

wt and cons and pros of such designs

i am more interested in MTM right now using Peerless d100 with some Vifa mid-woofer as i heard they gr8 value
my main purpose is HT
i am thinking to have three MTM (WTW) in front and TM (TW) in back , ofcourse if my test version succeeds.

i would like to hear some advices from u ppl abt what wud b better for me
i'll be using a sub soon

thx
aimen
( i also have asked almost the same thing in another thread but i think that was regarding only two of those mentioned drivers, here i am trying to ask abt the design)
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