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  1. #41
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    Default Re: Speakers for 2000 sq.ft Room.

    This is starting to get ridiculous, with 'big' designs being thrown around left and right with little to no consideration for the designer's experience or skill level. A CBT array? Really? That's quite a big leap for someone who's only built a small TL design before, and it's irresponsible to lead the OP on to believe he can tackle the design and integration issues of a CBT array. Active crossovers? Econowaves? BFM Tuba folded-horn subwoofers? Remember, these aren't being built for the OP to have in his own home, but for his boss. A proven, good-looking, and well-integrated design from an experienced designer is mandatory.

    I recommended the Schumakubins because they have a simple enclosure design, their drivers are affordable, and when the 7" aluminum drivers work together in the bass range they provide the combined surface area of nearly a single 15" woofer per side for the necessary bass impact in a larger space. I know the Dayton 7" aluminum cone drivers can sound very good from past experience with designs using the same midwoofers, and I know that Pete is a competent crossover designer, so the difficult work is already done. The Stentorians have the same format (quad-midwoofer 2.5-way floorstander), except they would trade bass extension (less of it) for more sensitivity (loudness), though the OP has stated he has plenty of power available. The Dayton RS tweeter in the Schumakubins is head and shoulders above the small-faceplate Vifa in the Stentorians.
    Last edited by Taterworks; 05-02-2012 at 10:40 PM.
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  2. #42

    Default Re: Speakers for 2000 sq.ft Room.

    Viki - what is your budget exactly?

    I would be looking at a pair of Redwoods in tapered TLs - dual RS270s, dual Usher 6.5" mids, and the very robust Dayton RS28

  3. #43
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    Default Re: Speakers for 2000 sq.ft Room.

    I'm with Taterworks . I have a pair of sealed Schumakubins, a pair of vented would yield more bass. They are excellent fairly large and good looking speakers. Good match for the power available. Pete has several variations available including the 3 way Prisstina and a five speaker model, IIRC.

    The OP mentioned a design with subs. LouC's Shticks is a possibility. One of those largely ignored designs.



    www.lonesaguaro.com/speakers/shtick/Shtick.html

    Of course, the OP has expressed a persistent preference for a custom design.

  4. #44

    Default Re: Speakers for 2000 sq.ft Room.

    Quote Originally Posted by GranteedEV View Post
    Viki - what is your budget exactly?

    I would be looking at a pair of Redwoods in tapered TLs - dual RS270s, dual Usher 6.5" mids, and the very robust Dayton RS28
    Around 700$ , Excluding Enclosure.

    One request , Sound has to be excellent also they have to be Stylish.

  5. #45

    Default Re: Speakers for 2000 sq.ft Room.

    Hello Friends, Sorry for not updating. Was neck deep in Office work.

    Kindly Guide on my Budget

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    Default Re: Speakers for 2000 sq.ft Room.

    $700 is a really tight budget for what you want to do.

    I would suggest you look at the 4pi speakers at pispeakers.com

    Go to his forum and ask for the plans,he will email them free of charge

  7. #47

    Default Re: Speakers for 2000 sq.ft Room.

    We are taking some time to finalize drivers, Till then Can I get help in designing xover for 3 way system.
    It is a TMM- Bass woofer is 8",
    Mid woofer is 5.25"
    and 1" silk dome tweeter.

  8. #48
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    Default Re: Speakers for 2000 sq.ft Room.

    I can't really help you myself and I know what the response of others will be, but at the very least anyone who helps you will need to know what specific drivers you have (and if you have already purchased them) along with the planned box size and spacing of the drivers.

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    Enclosures are already Done ,Bass woofer is in MLTL , MID and Tweeter in closed box.

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