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Old 13th March 2019, 08:47 PM   #571
3rutu5 is offline 3rutu5  Australia
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Originally Posted by cacio View Post
have you tried the TEBM46C20N-4B ?
I'm planning a 2.2 portable bluetooth speaker and want to use 2x Sonos Play 5 Woofers and 2 BMR drivers. I was looking at the CSS BMR56XE N8R but it seems not possible to buy some.

TheTEBM65C20F-8can not be used full range. And while the data for TEBM46C20N-4B looks good, i have read here on diyaudio that the speaker has some problems after some time, and the frequency response alters with time.

I also have thought about using 2x Tectonic TEBM35C10-4 for each side.

It would be kind if you would share your thoughts on which driver would be the best.

I would debate that the TEBM65C20F can't be used full range. I've used them on 3 projects as standalone drivers and really love them. I'm actually looking to try use one as the woofer)sub on a small 2.2 setup as they handle 50-60hz with ease. I have only had them running for 9 months on a daily basis, so if they have started to deteriotate I haven't noticed. On certain forums they do get a bad rap, apparently inefficient and specs are wrong, maybe later I'll have a different opinion, but currently they are at a good price, sound good and at the moment I rate them

Unless your reasoning is due to the size.
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Old 13th March 2019, 09:32 PM   #572
Alvipet is offline Alvipet  Russian Federation
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Originally Posted by TimbreAudio View Post
@Alvipet I saw them pop up somewhere before, how do they sound?
For my taste they sound great, but the NXT panels are even better.
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