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Old 26th September 2006, 05:30 AM   #1
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Default What to do with Diatone P-610

Hi,
Need help with box design for the diatone P-610.

I am in progress on diy an ESL and this Diatone came to me out of nowhere...

I knew that Diatone were "DE" driver make for many dacades until Matsubishi decided to close the section down...

Thus, I hope to build a pair good box for this pair of japanese legendary drivers.

BUT I don't know what to do with this pair gem...

This is what I found...

http://page.freett.com/knisi/diatone1.htm

http://www.audionautes.com/Altripro...one/Diatone.htm

http://melhuish.org/audio/DIYBF1.html

http://www.ne.jp/asahi/shi/home/shifile/audio/p610.htm

http://haute.fidelite.com.online.fr...P610-suite.html

Can someone help designing a pair of box for em? Any box will do, as long as the Diatone are happy.
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