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Old 11th April 2006, 16:20   #91
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I dont think Bolton is a path you need to follow. I'm Sorry but that is my honest opinion. I have not seen a well speced Bolton woofer for a while.

You know see if any dealers have the older Philips woofers haging around. the model numbers 12065 or 12066. where x was either 0 or 1. Now these were good sealed box woofers. They needed about 60 liters each. I used 2 of them in 100 liters in a 5 way, 6 driver 4 amp semi-active system in 1981. If i remember the model numbers of that system correctly they were...
12065 + 12066 + 8065 + 5060 + 0210 + 0163 + 0140 (rear).

Weird. I dont know how I can remember what I did in the 70s and 80s but the 90s are a haze?
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