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Old 16th March 2018, 12:52 AM   #1
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One of my lumber suppliers was able to locate a nice slab of 18" wide Purpleheart (Amaranth / Peltogyne) hardwood for me .....

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I have enough to make a couple of pairs of Betsy baffles and a single Alpha bass baffle.

These speakers and some other new additions can be found here on the "available speakers" page of my website.

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Randy,

Nice website. Lots of info and pics of baffles. Not a lot of info on the drivers. Are drivers commercial, T/S parameters, available separately, etc.

Myles
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Randy,

Nice website. Lots of info and pics of baffles. Not a lot of info on the drivers. Are drivers commercial, T/S parameters, available separately, etc.

Myles
Hi Myles,

The only primary driver I use in my creations is the Wild Burro Audio Betsy ..... which has totally captured my heart and ears .....

The supplemental bass drivers I use are all Eminence Alpha 10", 12" and 15" drivers which are great bang for the buck.

Best wishes and happy listening,
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