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Old 19th November 2002, 02:59 PM   #11
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Old 19th November 2002, 03:59 PM   #12
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That's our Eire speaker. we use the 18W8545 and the /9300. You can see better pic's and read reviews on our web site if you like.
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Old 19th November 2002, 07:59 PM   #13
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Kelticwizard, thanks for sharing your knowledge. I will try to follow your tips and advices.
Some people on this forum use all their energy just to criticize other peoples work or make them feel uncomfortable… Kelticwizard, you are NOT one of them. I have done some serious woodwork on my speakers but I have little or no knowledge about crossovers, that’s why I subscribed to this forum. Thank you all for contributing posts on my thread.

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welcome mike,

for those of you who dont know mike he is good designer and good person. mike, welcome to this forum. the odd thing is that they have listed you as a neophyte (along with a lot of other talented people out there) just on the count of your posts. dont take that definition seriously we dont want to loose you.
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hi softman,

you should check the forum there are a lot of posts on this driver combo.

i remember posting before on this topic.

since we are diyers here w have a little advatage over the run of th mill manufacturer in that we can tailor the speaker to our taste and our rooms.

i have used the 8546 and 9500 and posted that XO on the foums before. in case you want it and cant find it email me. the box i used was a hexagonal pyramid each side's base being 9".
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