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Hi all I'm new to the forum and I'm interested in building a set of surround speakers for my bedroom that is roughly 12' by 15'. I have been searching for some projects online and I have found a few the Aviatrix 2 MLTL for front 1 MTM for center and 2 MT for the rears or a set of 5 Microbe's or a set of 5 of the Triune's. I have been racking my brain over this the past few days any help would be great. Thanks


Or should i just focus on a 3 speaker build?????????
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Around $500.00 for speakers and componets
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Dont mean to sound biased, but maybe five of the WAF-2. http://www.diysoundgroup.com/forum/index.php?topic=37.0


Or were you wanting something with a premade cab? Maybe 3 MTG-08 up front and 2 overnight sensations for rears. The WAF-1 is crazy good for the money to. And easy to build. Bigger mid than the Overnight sensation, so a little more umph.

Erich was planning to make flat packs for the WAf-2 but I'm not sure if he ever got around to it. You could ask him.
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