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Old 29th March 2005, 07:45 PM   #1
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Default Salvaging Audax drivers

Hi folks, first post on here so bear with me

I bought some DIY floorstanders of Ebay and to cut a long story short, i was'nt impressed at all!

I went on very little and was basically hoping they would be good as i have previously heard Audax drivers and been very pleased.

Cabinets were made of chipboard and not very well constructed at all, they include........

three 6" - Audax HT170F0 and 1" tweet - Audax TW025A1 in each speaker, I have since purchased other speakers which i am very happy with so was hoping to use the above an try to make some surrounds and maybe with a purchase of one more tweeter a centre channel as well. Do you know anywhere that would work out the size of the box needed for the surrounds and work a crossover to suit the above drivers??

Thanks for your help
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