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Old 24th July 2004, 08:32 AM   #21
Leonidas is offline Leonidas  Netherlands
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a picture of the proto's ( old setup overview)

You see 2 towers of speakers:

5inch W's top middle tower ( damar) and
middle tall tower (normal.

A friend , who has ATC 75mm midrange says that the damar version sounds "ATC like".

Planning to use 2x16 of the "damar"W"s.

Hope this gives an idea of my being serious about my future project.
But I can do with some of your experience.

Leon.
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