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Old 29th September 2006, 02:27 AM   #11
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well i couldn't resist . I went to that RS Franchise and bought 2 of the 4 inch Woofers they had. I swapped out the Linear Research speakers I was using in the 222k and installed the "pocket woofers" , then reconected the piezo tweeter. The Woofers have a 55hz-7khz frequency responce so the Mids were covered( and quite well from the sounds of it, I'm breaking them in right now) and the Piezos seem to be handling the highs better than I thought. Over all these Woofers seem to be a great match for this humble little Philco micro-bookshelf system( though now, not so humble anymore). Now I just need to do a little dampening to the inside of the speaker boxes ( they seems to be a little overwhelmed by the heavier hitting speakers) and this little system will be one formidable stereo for its size.
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