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Old 7th August 2004, 06:18 PM   #11
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I built the Topas built around the Ti 100 mid/bass and MHT12 ribbon in a transmission line enclosure.

All I can say is 'great'. A true bargain for the money they cost to build and and a bit better than a friends B&W Nautilus 804 that we had a back to back showdown with and the Topas came out top according to both of us.

Unfortunately I don't have any experience with any other drivers apart from the ones mentioned above.
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