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 Post subject: Zigmahornet Speakers
PostPosted: 04 Jan 2009, 14:53 
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Okay. I've now had a really good look at most of the speakers (and the driver section too ... uh, kind of missed that one) and think I will settle on the Zigmahornets. I think they are within my building expertise (and budget too).

Now, does the driver come with the necessary wiring? What other parts and pieces do I need to purchase?

(Hope this doesn't seem too needy but I'd rather ask and get the right answers first than bugger around and mess up).

Thanks for the help. I'm hoping I can get onto these sooner than later.

Wes


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 Post subject: Re: Zigmahornet Speakers
PostPosted: 04 Jan 2009, 20:53 
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wes wrote:
Now, does the driver come with the necessary wiring? What other parts and pieces do I need to purchase?

Hi Wes, the Fostex FE103E driver will come with mounting screws and a gasket. You will need to wire and binding posts. You should be able to order the binding posts when you order the speakers.
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PostPosted: 08 Jan 2009, 00:42 
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I have been thinking of trying the smaller one in this artical. http://www.hepcatwilly.com/fileadmin/He ... peaker.pdf

Sounds like it would be a fun build with one of the pioneer coax speakers from PE.


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