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Joddle
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 08, 2019 6:42 pm    Post subject: to brik or not to brik Reply with quote

I was thinking that as it's possible to buy Concerto speakers pretty easily and cheaply and that as I hate the visual design of them, is it feasible to use the guts of two pairs of these and construct a box similar in configuration to Linn briks and use all the components to fill the two cabinets - with the 139s in isobaric formation and the rest on the top and front - I suspect if I wanted to do this without mods to the crossovers I would need to port the bass chambers. Maybe a silly idea but sounds like it could be fun. and way cheaper than genuine briks!
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