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HT system w/Vifa TC14's?
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Old 5th May 2005, 07:42 AM   #1
Emprov is offline Emprov  United States
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Default HT system w/Vifa TC14's?

I'm in the midst of planning a HT setup using Vifa TC14's and Dayton DC28F's and wanted to get the opinions of the DIY Audio gods before I took the leap. I'll be doing a center channel (MTM) with preferably a smaller sealed container and L/R (MT) with larger ported boxes. Thumbs up/down? Any other opinions are welcome!
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