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Old 20th July 2019, 08:29 PM   #21
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I responded to your derogatory bs by calling me "pal" is all, which was uncalled for. And if you can read maybe you should look it all over again, as you stated yourself in your opening post that you don't know what you're doing. So all I said and asked is why are you not building the cab to spec rather than going off on your own design tangent?

So if I designed a cabinet that was specific to a driver and it worked well, then you'd come along after never hearing that design and add your own drivers and try to make all your own modifications to a design you've never heard nor understand. Make sense?, or am I still the bad guy here?
I'm sure you're a wonderful human being, pal.
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