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Old 16th November 2007, 11:26 PM   #1
juanito is offline juanito  Europe
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Question 18w 4531 Scans help

I'm looking forward to do a pair of bookshelf speakers. They have to be very efficient for my DIY amp wich was done for me.
I wondered if any of you have done or know of any project using Scan Speak 18w 4531 woofers in a bookshelf.
many thanks in advance
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Old 17th November 2007, 05:08 PM   #2
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The 87db sensitivity may be too low though
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