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Old 17th May 2005, 09:44 PM   #11
MiiB is offline MiiB  Denmark
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I've had exelent results with the skaaning 4" in a midrange configuration with underhung woicecoil and kapton former. I have also had good results with the audax HM 100 Z0. Also the Acuton C 90 ceramic driver is good.
Al these units has good qualities. Each holds very disireable qualities. If one could only combine the best iof these in one unit. I still have to explore the vitues of the smaller scanspeak units.
I dont fancy the new sliced paper, but I wery much like the sound of the old 8546 kevlar. It just too slow and wolud reguire a time step of app 100 mm. (I always time align units prior to filtereing).
I have a keen eye og the old 120 mm kevlar scan midrange, but to be frank i havent tried it yet.
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