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Originally Posted by enricoclaudio View Post
You must be looking into the wrong item. Here is the link for the F12:

Like I said, only the F12G has paper cone driver which is made by GR Research. BTW, I work for Rythmik Audio

The main difference between the F12 and F12G is the driver. The F12G extend up to 120Hz while the F12 up to 90Hz. If you plan to crossover below 90Hz then go with the F12 with aluminum cone.
Sorry, I mixed up with L12. I gave the dimension of L12 which is smaller.

Good, you know Rythmik, One question is how do you compare L12 with F12 in terms of sound quality? Is there a big difference?
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Originally Posted by alan0354 View Post
Thanks for the suggestion, I'll look into them.

I went on Rythmik site, they said it's paper cone. Question whether it makes any difference or marketing?

I do like the size of the F12, it's smaller than my Velodyne, it will fit my glass better. If I get the SE, I have to buy another custom cut glass that's going to be over $100!!!

I don't know why you would buy the F12 SE which will cost you $150 more for the same driver/amp as the F12 (size is identical) and then use it as a coffee table mostly out of sight.

The piano black is strictly for looks and easily scratches, can it be hit by people stretching out with their feet under the coffee table... Of course it's your money and you get to decide. As Enrico pointed out the F12 and F12 SE are the same except for the finish, and in my opinion identical if you close your eyes, only the finish is different, not the sound.

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Originally Posted by enricoclaudio View Post
Hahahaha. 90% of the music I listen to is from 70s, 80s and 90s. Like I said, mostly jazz. New jazz groups? Snarky Puppy is one of my favorites new jazz bands so far.

The F12 and F12SE have aluminum cone. The F12G is the one with paper cone.
I got to see Snarky Puppy play on ucla campus (royce hall) last year. They sound even better live.

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