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Old 29th April 2006, 07:01 AM   #1
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Default What to do with these: Trusonic 80FR

Hi Friends,

I just came into a pair of these and am looking for suggestions of any kind. I' ve never built my own speakers before, but I might consider it or consider buying appropriate cabinets if the opinion/advice here is that it would be worthwhile. OTOH, I might also consider selling them.

I have a pair of Tannoy PBM8 which I use with a Hafler P3000 for studio monitoring. The Tannoys have the original, rather cheap woofers which I plan to replace eventually, but I'm afraid the Trusonics, at only 25 watts, would be destroyed on the first downbeat. Is that a pretty close guess, or are these more robust that they might seem?

Anyway, if anyone can point me in some direction, even to get me started, I'd greatly appreciate it.


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