I think focusing on too much cabinet construction is a false positive for people who don't veer to boxes because it leads to cabinet coloring and higher prices. I personally don't prefer any horn that uses a cabinet woofer.
If I am not mistaken, they were GIP driver.Well luckily I grew out of Slayer, except for watching on Youtube where their drummer stood in to play the drums for Zep's No Quarter in "The Groove Remains the Same", an annual tribute to Bonzo.
Which drivers did you hear the WE 16A with?
If I am not mistaken, they were GIP driver.
The WE 16A are not meant for everything and there are obvious compromises especially below 80 Hz. The magic of that speaker is it make one stop bothering about such things and pulls them out of the world of hifi. For full range and for listening to anything I will go with trios with bass horns
Previously I had heard the older ones without bass horns. I don't make my mind up much on hifi shows. So only after listening to the newer models with bass horns did I change my mindCorrect. 16A in a nutshell. Hate to agree with the Bonzo so much, but this is exactly right in my book.
Initially, Kedar didn't seem to like Trios much when first exposed. Later he changed his mind. I was insistent they were great. Perhaps that helped!
Thank you guys, to be honest ,the colour selection was my wife's commitment to the deal
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