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Building something better than the XL-S for less?
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Old 20th March 2006, 06:22 PM   #1
jwb009 is offline jwb009  United States
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Default Building something better than the XL-S for less?

I'd like to upgrade my Rocket ELT's from av123, and their new XL-S line has recieved excellent reviews considering the price of $200 a pair. I may just buy those unless I can build something better for the money. Any recommendations? Maybe the Dayton III's? These will be for my computer, btw. Also, I have full access to a woodshop, so cabinets aren't a consideration. Thanks
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