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Book Shelf Speaker advice

Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by aaron_d, Jan 6, 2005.

  1. aaron_d

    aaron_d Active Member

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    Hello once again,
    I am looking to build a pair of book shelf speakers. I would like them to be as full as possible because i will not be using a subwoofer. It is going to be stereo only. The reicever that i will be using is the NAD C352. Does anyone have any suggestions? They will be used for music, rock, pop, rap, country. 500 or lower budget for parts.
    Thanks guys! Size really does not matter as long as it is a book shelf design, either TM or MTM.
     
  2. MarkRoberts

    MarkRoberts Well-Known Member

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    Here is a few idea's Lyra
    Those might be pushing it size wise for "bookshelves" While you are there check out the Dayton III MTM.The D 3 is a 4 ohm speaker though. Also might want to check out Adire they have a HE12.1 and the Kit81.
    BTW I haven't heard any of them so you will have to search the forum and see what others say. Hope this helps.
     
  3. Steve Elias

    Steve Elias Well-Known Member

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    The North Creek Okaras might be worth a look. I've heard the version with the SS9500 tweeter and was impressed.

    -Steve
     

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