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Old 14th April 2006, 06:15 AM   #11
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In Greece i can find drivers from ScanSpeak, Vifa and many more..
I search a lot on the forum and i fund a lot of speaker projects!

I'm not sure but, i think that because i'm new in DIY speakers it was better to start with something easy..
Like a 2 way/ 2 driver speaker..

I'm thinking for a bookself - small speaker on stands - beacause i think that it will have better stereo image (...or not?)

A lot of years ago a had a listening for 2 hour with the Sonus Faber Electra Amator (I)... I was very pleased with what i was hearing!!

Something like that is that i wanted to build...(for start!)

Some projects that i have in mind... Proac 1s , Proteus , Ellam

and for 2nd option the Proac 2.5s (the units in Greece costs about 250 euro/each!!!)

Thanks a lot again for your help!!

P.S. The power amplifier WILL be the LeachAmp of Delta - Audio!!
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