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Old 22nd December 2004, 12:17 PM   #1
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Now I have Focal TC120DT5 tweeter http://www.diyparadiso.com/datasheet...l/TC120TD5.pdf
I'm building 2-way system so I need midbass speaker. http://www.speakercity.com/focal/com...ss/index.shtml
There is some speakers that I want to use. It must be at least 6.5". I don't want to design crossover so I need instructions.
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