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Old 30th March 2005, 09:22 AM   #1
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Iím a newbie, so if this seams at all crazy, Iím sorry. I am looking at replacing a pair of ADC 303ax speakers, one of the drivers is going out. I am on a college student budget, so I started looking at Paradigmís line (Titans), but now believe that a DIY project has more value. At first I was attracted to the Daytonís BR-1, but am now thinking that I can retrofit my old ADCís, put in new drivers and crossovers and get a much better speaker. I wanted any suggestions on kits/ideas/thoughts/condemnation/etc on how I can do this, or if I even should.

The cabinets has an outside dimension of 24íx13íx12í, and an inner of 22.5x11.5x10.25. The woofer in it is 10í along with the tweeter.

I would like to keep the project on a college, but I donít mind spending the money where I can hear it to put together a very high quality, efficient speaker. Thanks for the help in advance.

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