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inrank 20th July 2010 11:01 AM

Precision Devices PD.8BM20
 
Anyone used these? Cant find much info on them around the web, look suitable for a nice 2-way. Idealy would like something around the Volt LS201 but its no longer made.

Want a mid-bass that will be halfway between Studio and PA (relatively smooth but with good output and tight punchy bass). Looking at the ATC SCM19 as inspiration.

Cheers, Rob

Inductor 20th July 2010 02:02 PM

Hi Rob,
Volt FR220.1 Pro PA Range/Full range COAX (165.96):cool:
Volt BM220.8 Studio Range/Bass-midrange (136.17):checked:
https://www.wilmslow-audio.co.uk/cat...acturers_id=17

inrank 20th July 2010 03:48 PM

Yeah i do like the look of the Volts, but its just the price really, Had looked at the BM251.3 but there is as much info about them as the PD drivers, none.

Inductor 20th July 2010 09:59 PM

Volt Loudspeakers - BM251.3
How do you compare (prices and all) between the two. More advantage(s) to the Volt or to the PD, in your opinion? I think that with the later, box is a little big(Fs?).
It's a 10"...

inrank 21st July 2010 07:53 AM

Most of the Volts sim for smaller boxes (20-30 Litre ported) but tend to be a little more expensive. The advantage with the Volt PA style range is that its around half the price of the Studio model equivalent.


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