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Old 5th March 2005, 07:21 PM   #1
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Default proac response 2.5 clone 98%

yap another proac response 2.5 clone. this is third my 2.5 clone. they have original proac drivers inside (witch are available here) filters are home made with premium line components tricec inductors solen,audyn caps. it are troels v6 but with few minor changes. I found a a -3db in region in 3000-6000hz, too deepsounding. so make my 0.02$
very nice sounding two way design. not suitable for jaz but very enjoyable on chamber /clasic etc. feeeds with aleph 5 in biamping mode with easy.

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why don't they work well with jazz?
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why don't they work well with jazz?
infortanutely they dont have subtile exact reproduction at topend. maybe problem in 2 way design.. hights are sweet and enjoyable with most of music, but fails in jazz. I have 3 way system based on much more expensive scan speak drivers(tweeter is 2905/9700) and this system lacks enjoyable sound but are much more detailedand natural sounding t top end. but it is not fear to compre theese two-diferent range.. response 2.5 indeed good speakers, but not for all music and sometimes not for anybody taste.
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Can you share to me the 2.5 clone design (98%)
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yap another proac response 2.5 clone. this is third my 2.5 clone. they have original proac drivers inside (witch are available here) filters are home made with premium line components tricec inductors solen,audyn caps. it are troels v6 but with few minor changes. I found a a -3db in region in 3000-6000hz, too deepsounding. so make my 0.02$
very nice sounding two way design. not suitable for jaz but very enjoyable on chamber /clasic etc. feeeds with aleph 5 in biamping mode with easy.

any coments are welcome
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