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Old 8th July 2010, 08:02 AM   #1671
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what do you think of sbyv27-200 diodes from farnel
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Old 8th July 2010, 08:26 AM   #1672
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Looks very nice on paper. Haven't used it though.
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Old 8th July 2010, 10:09 AM   #1673
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OT. Are those Seas 10 inchers like in Dynaco A25 lossy box? DIY speakers?
Salas, yes those are diy speakers, and can be bought in kit form at World Designs Speaker Kits Mine are the Wd25t Ex

They are based on the Dynaco a25 and yes they are 10" Seas Drivers
Here are a few articles on the speakers.

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http://user.faktiskt.se/M_N/WD25TReview_v2.pdf
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what do you think of sbyv27-200 diodes from farnel
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I've used for years those diodes in my upgrades with great satisfaction.

Everytime they sounded better than stock 1N400x diodes.
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Salas, yes those are diy speakers, and can be bought in kit form at World Designs Speaker Kits Mine are the Wd25t Ex

They are based on the Dynaco a25 and yes they are 10" Seas Drivers
Here are a few articles on the speakers.

http://user.faktiskt.se/M_N/WD25T_Part1.pdf

http://user.faktiskt.se/M_N/WD25TReview_v2.pdf
Very readily prepared kit with cabinets offer. Handy for the non wood cutting and finishing equipped. Needs to get near a wall I see. Good choice.
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Old 8th July 2010, 07:28 PM   #1676
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Another one for the WD25T's, although I'll be using the standard tweater and building the cabs myself, plus using the B1 and MyRef C.

Sadly all the components are still in boxes and bags - I have had a lot of building work done on my house and the whole place needs decorating, stopping me from building

But, I take the 10inch SEAS driver out every now and look at it just to make me happy
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But, I take the 10inch SEAS driver out every now and look at it just to make me happy
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Old 8th July 2010, 07:56 PM   #1678
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I also make "doof, doof" noises when I hold it, imagining the music coming from it
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Someone mentioned options for powering the Lightspeed... thought I might share the "Salas Mini-Shunt" again as it's buried deep in the thread and some may not have seen it. This is what I use, but I admit I've not tried any other PS options myself.
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Someone mentioned options for powering the Lightspeed... thought I might share the "Salas Mini-Shunt" again as it's buried deep in the thread and some may not have seen it. This is what I use, but I admit I've not tried any other PS options myself.
Hi William,
What is the colour LED that you are using ?
I understand that the Lightspeed is sensitive to ambient light . Do you find this a problem with the LEd next to the silonix ?
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