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Old 23rd April 2018, 08:57 AM   #1
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Default Some tg9's 8ohm on swapmeet

I have to pass for now on them but may order some 2nd week in may to try a 4 driver line array.

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I'm very tempted, not a bad deal with shipping really, since buying from madisound is prohibitively expensive to ship for me... If I had anybody local to split them with I would grab them. Would be nice to build an army of mini karlsonators for a nice little home theatre setup.
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He will split them up - at least he did for me.

Because of shipping costs, if any Canadian members are looking for a few, I bought more than I needed and would be happy to sell some off.
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My thoughts are a 4 driver line array, cone area of a 6" but vert dispersion of 1ft, but wide dispersion of a 3.5".

Bass support required, set receiver at 200hz to clean up excursion.
Couldn't tell you about midbass support, I'd add a baffle step woofer also, maybe not if flat box mounted on a wall.

3 arrays across front would be neat for a smallish home theater.

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Post it up when you do it. I have enough to pull that off.

I popped set in a Tabaq cabinet. Pretty impressive on their own
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Old 25th April 2018, 01:26 AM   #6
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If they are availiable in a ccouple of weeks, then WHEN i get them in a box, usualky takes months.
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