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inrank 13th May 2006 07:18 PM

ultimate budget speaker
 
just wondering if there was a floorstanding speaker design, that is relativly cheap, relatively compact, but with pants wetting dynamics and imaging....

am i asking too much?

:D

(can i use my FR125S as a part of it?) :D

i listen to blues, country, indie, classic rock and easy listening.

sdclc126 13th May 2006 07:22 PM

You'll need to be more specific -

How cheap? What is your budget?

What sort of room size do you have?

Will you want to include a subwoofer?

What sort of dimensions did you have in mind for the speakers?

inrank 13th May 2006 07:26 PM

ok,

cheap as in 50 each for the drivers.

my room is 9"x15" but i will be getting a bigger room next year.

i have a sub, so i only need a F3 of around 50-55Hz.

no bigger than 3ft tall and either (thin and deep) or (wide and thin).

i would like to use my FR125S if i can as i allready have 2, say for the midrange.

inrank 15th May 2006 09:07 AM

anyone?

DocLorren 15th May 2006 09:51 AM

Interesting, 'ultimate and budget' together.
Do you mean the cheapest decent speaker or the best speaker on what you (or anyone else) would call a budget?
Let's say for the money you propose I'd suggest the Cyburg Needle, Fe126 Buschhorn or the Lancetta (bit tall I agree).

inrank 15th May 2006 10:05 AM

well i just want the best speaker that i can make with the requirements with my budget.

i forgot to say that i would like a 2 or 3 way design, with a woofer to take over the FR125S at around 200-300Hz and mabye a tweeter for 15KHz and above.

mabye like this- http://www.lautsprechershop.de/hifi/...i/ct211_en.htm
http://www.lautsprechershop.de/hifi/images/ct211.jpg

Holger Barske 15th May 2006 10:17 AM

If you want the best speaker for your money, take your bucks and buy one good driver. 2 or 3 way's definitely not recommended here.

adason 15th May 2006 11:16 AM

i would definitely go 2 way, single speaker will never achieve the bass you want
try ProAc Response 2.5 clone

sreten 15th May 2006 12:30 PM

http://www.planet10-hifi.com/css.html

As you have FR125Ss presumably one of the designs is the way to go.

:)/sreten.

inrank 15th May 2006 12:59 PM

yeah, but they all use the Fr125s as a full range, i want to add a bigger woofer to take the strain of them.
I like the Raw Acoustics ones, but i want to design my own and i can not afford an extremis, unless there is not a good alternative thats cheaper, and i will save up.


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