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Old 3rd October 2011, 11:29 PM   #1
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Default Radian 475PB, Fostex D1400, or Radian 950-PB?

Radian 475PB, Fostex D1400, or Radian 950-PB?

design / application goals

primarily studio size room

as such more interested in smoothest extended coverage from approx 800 Hz up through / towards 20 kHz over extreme power handling although durability a strong plus

have a preference in 2nd order high pass, which may lean towards a higher power handling (the Radian 475PB lists 35 watts) ? but would go with a higher order crossover to keep with the best driver for the extended coverage

leaning towards the Fostex, however concerned that with a 2inch diaphragm (and price) about its durability? any comments re experience with this (or the 1405) driver appreciated

Thanks in advance
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