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Re: 7-pi conversion [message #81647 is a reply to message #81642] Sat, 31 October 2015 22:53 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
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Thank you! Even out of the corners, they sound much much better than the Sonos kit I am using right now. Other problem is that it is quite strange : having a speaker like this between the kitchen and living room, when there is no wall to hide the back.

@Wayne
Thank you for the comment! I was a little afraid to get this answer... I won't remove anything from these speakers right now, saving the project for our coming winter. I'll have to submit this to public vote (ahem, family), but I might just be able to convert a part of the basement to find a new home for these speakers, since I already have to build a home office for my wife. Might serve as both.... Nice welcome music at day, wine salon at night!

Hope my luck will go this way. If not, well, I'll surely need a new X-over.
 
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