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Has anyone built Salk's HTS speakers or heard them?
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Old 29th October 2004, 02:36 PM   #1
JamesE is offline JamesE  United States
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Default Has anyone built Salk's HTS speakers or heard them?

I'm looking for a speaker design for a new HT. I currently have Krix HT speakers and a pair of Maggie 1.6's. I want to move to all of the speakers being the same, direct radiating and sealed. The room is about 600 sq ft.

The Krix sound good in a small room. The Maggie's are great for music in a live room. My room is going to be on the dead side. I really like the sound of M&K 150's.

What does everyone think about the ribbon tweeters in the Salk design?

Any suggestions on speakers?
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