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Just spotted these on ebay, anyone have any thoughts/opinions? They look very well built. JB

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check the qulaity of the components and build compared with the ME2's JB..and the price in comparison. think they would be a bad move especially if you have to sell them on. tweeters look like cheap units used in the earlier castles. carbon fibre drivers...euurggh.

if you want a sweet open and detailed sound you cant do much better than Heybrook Quartets for around a 120 odd quid used. very good speaker but dont really rock out.

Rega R1's, Heco celan 300's, my JM labs, Rega Kytes,revolver r or rw33's or r16's,plenty around just have to remember that small and efficient normally means lower bass output. the revolvers and Hecos do have quite a fruity bottom end mind :)

just buy some TDL RTL3 and have done :D BIG is bootiful.

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Alex_A wrote:

Other suggestions?

Been thinking aboutputting my single driver Loth-X's Amazes in the classifieds to help finance my DIY corner horn project.

Frequency response: 50-20000 Hz

Impedance: 8 ohm

Efficiency: 96 db/W/m

Dimensions: 200(W) x 315 (D) x 400(H)mm

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mrwippy wrote:

Alex_A wrote:
Other suggestions?

Been thinking aboutputting my single driver Loth-X's Amazes in the classifieds to help finance my DIY corner horn project.

Frequency response: 50-20000 Hz

Impedance: 8 ohm

Efficiency: 96 db/W/m

Dimensions: 200(W) x 315 (D) x 400(H)mm

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