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Poultrygeist 22nd June 2015 08:51 AM


Originally Posted by chrisb (
Dayton AP 150s in mono on subs? - what about the FH3s?

Yes and a Dared MP-2a3c is driving the FH3's.

cobar53 3rd December 2015 12:29 AM

?New Australian FH3 builder
I gather Ben is no longer making FH3's.

Is there another vendor in this fair land now?

thetubeguy1954 4th September 2016 04:37 PM


Originally Posted by planet10 (
Some people may be interested in the size differences between Maeshowe, Twin FH3 and FH3


Hi Dave,

Just curious, what drivers did you use in the Twin FH3?

Thetubeguy1954 (Tom Scata)

zman01 4th September 2016 05:20 PM

Dave will surely confirm, but AFAIK those were CSS VWR126X mid-woofers and the LD25X tweeter.

planet10 4th September 2016 05:50 PM

Zia is right. Thanx.


doug01n 4th September 2016 11:02 PM

My FH3 with Alpair 7.3.
Just fantastic sound.

Spikes are off, temporary apartment now.

planet10 4th September 2016 11:48 PM

I love the racing stripes :)

Is a decal, paint, or an inlay?

What amp are you using?


doug01n 5th September 2016 12:28 AM

It's all natural wood sheets. My friend did the finishing for me, I don't have this skills.

Amp is an Indeed TA2021, with a Fiio DAC taking signal from optic cable.

Source, most of the time is Spotify streamed trough Chrome Cast.

When I want some more serious listening session, I play some flacs and use the Fiio E17 as DAC through USB cable.

zacster 5th September 2016 01:18 PM

I was ready to haul my FH3s up into my prime space again this weekend, but had a kitchen disaster to deal with instead. And now with half of my kitchen spread across the dining room adjacent to my listening area I don't think I need anything else to get in the way. Our kitchen cabinets pulled away from the wall during hurricane Sandy when the house flexed in a gust, but seemed to be stable over the years since. Until this week that is. They dropped about 2 more inches and we were worried they'd just fall off the wall so we pulled them down. That's when we also discovered how bad the leak was from the bathroom above too. So all in all a total mess. At least a new kitchen is in our future, something we've talked about for years.

And back to audio, that also means no new audio toys for a while. :(

zman01 5th September 2016 01:57 PM


Sorry to hear about the challenges with the house infrastructure. Hope you get them fixed soon!

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