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Old 13th October 2015, 06:01 PM   #1
Randy in Caintuck is offline Randy in Caintuck  United States
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I recently attended the annual Decware Zen Fest in Peoria, IL.
It was a blast as usual ..... great music, people, food & drinks, etc. ...

One of the highlights for me was to hear a pair of the Betsy baffles I took with me paired with the new "UFO" transformer equipped Zen SE84 amplifier.
Two serious watts per channel really lights up the Betsy drivers and the sound stage was way over the top ..... highly recommended.

I have also found that pairing the Betsy drivers with a plate amp powered Hawthorne Audio Augie driver for open baffle bass is a very good sounding combination.

Here are a couple of the Betsy based baffles that made it to Peoria .....

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I also took a pair of baffles that feature the Betsy driver with an Eminence Alpha 10" driver mounted below. The Betsy is powered by the main amplifier and the Alpha is powered by a plate amp for the low end.
Each channel has its own dedicated plate amp.
They sound pretty good to me and the 10" drivers are making some very tight and tuneful bass ..... another way to "skin a cat" ...

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Anyone looking for a nice, musical system should certainly consider buying a pair of Betsy drivers, slapping them on a couple of boards and pairing them with the new Decware Zen amp.

Happy listening,

Randy
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