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Old 3rd November 2008, 06:53 AM   #1
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Default Interesting new AMT tweeters from Aurum Cantus

These new Air Motion Tweeters look like a prime candidates for the ultimate multiway open baffle loudspeaker:

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Old 4th November 2008, 06:13 AM   #2
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Great news.

Lots of HEIL choices coming on line--lets see these, the Beyma's, the Dreams from Mark and Daniel, as well as Adam, etc.

I'm with you on the multiway OB. I'm now leaning to something along the lines of a Phoenix with this as a tweeter in an MTM.
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Old 4th November 2008, 01:49 PM   #3
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Great site with very nice projects you are linking to.
I spottet several very large planar midrange drivers - would you by any chance no the origin of these?
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They made an open back version of RM8402 for me (the original one was enclosed at the back)

http://www.hg-audio.com.tw/ribbon-RM8402.htm


http://www.hg-audio.com.tw/

http://www.hg-audio.com.tw/En_RibbonTweeter.html
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Hi all,
I have become fascinated with this AMT technology, and really want to explore using one in a DIY speaker. With new companies producing AMT's, is there a kit available for DIY?
I attended a Hifi show recently and all the speakers I liked the sound of had fancy tweeters and large drivers, Unfortunately they came with large price tags! way over my head.

My initial thoughts would be a valve friendly 3 way with a 10-12" bass unit. i only have a 13 x 14 ft listening room, but would like natural bass extension with out ports or special cabinets.

Many thanks
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How do you purchase from Hygeia? where are the prices listed?
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Old 17th November 2008, 04:42 PM   #7
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How do you purchase from Hygeia? where are the prices listed?
send your inquiries to:

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Default Aurum Cantus AMT inventory

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These new Air Motion Tweeters look like a prime candidates for the ultimate multiway open baffle loudspeaker:

Aurum Cantus AMT


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If someone wants a pair of the (high-SPL) Aurum Cantus AMTs, I have a small inventory of them (URL above). thanks, Dave Home Page
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