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banalex 3rd November 2004 01:08 PM

Building portable speakers
 
Hi guys, I'm planning to build a set of low power portable speakers. I've been searching the net untill my eyes bleed without finding the speakers I'm after.

I'm going to build something similar to the creative travelsound speaker set with visible speaker cones.

Is there anyone out there who knows where to buy 2"-3" 0.5-2watts fullrange speakers with rubber surround that look nice.


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New on the forum and it looks promising

Cal Weldon 3rd November 2004 03:55 PM

Try parts express.

I tried three times to give you a link but it isn't working this morning. Go to their main page and punch in "extended range" into the basic search. There are some nice 2 - 4" units.

Cal

Cal Weldon 3rd November 2004 04:01 PM

Link still won't work.

Grahamt 3rd November 2004 05:17 PM

Maybe look at some of the offerings from Tang Band and Hi Vi research.
This is a little fella from Hi Vi
http://www.solen.ca/pics/hivi/a2s.jpg

You can try www.partsexpress.com or www.creativesound.ca or www.solen.ca

Nasse 3rd November 2004 09:08 PM

Donīt know if Monacor products are easily obtainable in Sweden

http://www.monacor.de/de/JPG/100/G/G1/G100260A.jpg

I have a pair of those, Monacor MS-55 microphone-speaker thingie. I have not built a decent box for these but sound is nice what I tried and is said to take 5 watts. It is ugly but small anyway.

Danielb 3rd November 2004 09:48 PM

I think cones like that look cool


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