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DarkOne 3rd August 2006 05:14 PM

Beyma SM Series
 
Hi All,
has someone experience with Beyma SM series loudspeakers for home use? Parameters look very nice, also construction and of course they look ugly like every other PRO drivers (I like it).
What's the difference between PRO and SM series, except the price?

I'm currently thinking about two configurations (both vented):
1st - SM115N with one of their compression driver & horn
2nd - 2xSM110 in 2.5 way configuration with compression tweeter

What do you think about it?
Also can you recomend some of their tweeters / drivers & horns?

Thanks & Regards, Robo

MethMan 6th August 2006 04:07 PM

Difference?
Quality, materials, reliability and performance. SM series is something like semi-professional, not for demanding instalations. There are also more competitive speakers on the market. No one can have any opinion, because you didn't specify an application.

DarkOne 6th August 2006 06:57 PM

Thanks for your reply MethMan.

I've specified application - for home use (or you can call it home hifi). I decided to use PRO drivers as a result of long discussion here on forums. Because of their dynamics, performance and they don't need to work so hard if they are made for extreme use.

Sou to sracky, nebo ne? :)


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