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denbo123 25th June 2006 03:10 PM

a new speaker system for plasma
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I found a new speaker system for plasma, the front cabinet dimension is 620mm x 210mm x 100mm(including grille), the frequency response is 53Hz-20kHz (-3dB), the front include 2pcs 5 1/4" driver and a 1" silk dome tweeter, it is mountable, I think it can be use for hi fi stereo, what is your comment?
Thank you

Jaime 25th June 2006 03:33 PM

They are very ugly.

exhausted mule 25th June 2006 04:18 PM


That's honest...

try curving the cabinets where you have angles and it might clean up the appearence a bit.

accentuate the same parts in all units and try not to have anything in particular "stand out" rather just blend the design into itself.

you want the sound to stand out.

not the looks.

denbo123 26th June 2006 02:00 AM

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Could you please help to select your favor, I have not experience on cabinet appearance design, Thanks you help and welcome you suggestions.

denbo123 26th June 2006 02:07 AM

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another photo. Could you please provide other brand for reference? I want to use MDF to design, the plastic is expensive for me. The cabinet volume is about 5.4L, it also can be use for Hi Fi stereo.

69stingray 26th June 2006 02:30 AM

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Here is a design I like....may not be as slim as you are looking for.

denbo123 26th June 2006 03:19 AM

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Thank you, Could you like this for rear?

denbo123 26th June 2006 03:24 AM

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This is front cabinet (3D drawing), name item 12.

sqlkev 26th June 2006 03:36 AM

How about an in-wall system?
I don't know about houses in China. But, here in the USA, the walls are mostly plaster or drywall. Most studs are 15-16" away from each other, so you surely can fit up to 7-8" mids.

denbo123 26th June 2006 03:58 AM

In our country the wall is made of brick, the in-wall speaker can not install in the wall, and the brick thickness about 120mm. so the mountable cabinet will be right.
sorry for my english.

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