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Old 9th September 2006, 06:04 PM   #1
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Default Center and Rear Channels that match with Acapella SE

Hi guys, i was thinking abt build the acapella SE using the Aurum Cantus G2Si, SEAS W18EX001 and SEAS W22EX001.

i need to order the parts to build an center channel and rear channels to match the acapellas that will be used as front channels and for my stereo System.

I want to know too the max power that the acapella will handle.

If wil be impossible to get an perfect match for the acapella, maybe can recommend me another combo of fronts+center+rear channels, i want to know all the drivers before made the purchase because i want to order all together.

Hope can help me!
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