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Old 30th November 2004, 06:49 PM   #1
djdan is offline djdan  Romania
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Did you know if Mackie use in this moment other speakers drivers for their loudspeaker and who is their supplier ( suppliers ) ?

Why ask ?

I saw today a damage high frequencies driver into a Mackie 15"+1" ( active ) loudspeaker . The loudspeakers from Mackie was brand new and the owner don't change anything .
As an PAudio distributor in Romania I was very surprised to saw a PAudio BM D440 driver with few changes ( other colour , some little modifications at plastic protection cover and ( of course ) other sticky brand label ).
I've worked with Paudio drivers from 3 years and I know very well this driver type .

Of course , the recone kit from BM-D440 it fit very well in the " Mackie " driver .
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