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Old 28th January 2010, 01:04 PM   #21
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But I did wait until I found the information from the maker!!!
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Check this site:
the Impulse Loudspeaker webpage
tnx mate

in fact - I know that site - best source of info for Impulse spks ; nice Gentleman , who's running www.acoustica.org sent me Lali plans and necessary info about drivers .....

one day - if you stumble on some plans & additional info for your Taus , feel free to toss that in my direction

( you probably realized 'till now ....... that I must know and have ..... everything )
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Will do ZM!

Meanwhile, having heard a lot of criticism of the Xover design in the H2 (&Ta'us) I am looking to see what is the best way to go in that area! After that I want to try some better tweeters - the focals are the original and sound a bit shrill to me.
What a life!

Just got a bargain (I hope) on ebbbay. A pair of Audio Physic (original type) Step speakers for 100 Euro.
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Will do ZM!
I can't wait ...... you have it already , or ?

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Meanwhile, having heard a lot of criticism of the Xover design in the H2 (&Ta'us) I am looking to see what is the best way to go in that area! After that I want to try some better tweeters - the focals are the original and sound a bit shrill to me.
What a life!
I can see what's in xover , and probably can re-think something ....


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Just got a bargain (I hope) on ebbbay. A pair of Audio Physic (original type) Step speakers for 100 Euro.
will google little later , just to be sure in your luck
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No...I have no drawings but will try and get as much info as I can and will send to you.

I am very keen to see any ideas you may have on the design of the xover.

Thanks ZM

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