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Old 02-24-2006, 04:40 PM - Thread Starter
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I am interested in building my own speakers. I would like to check on specs and costs for either kits or piecing together parts myself. What are some good sites that sell drivers and electronics?
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I've ordered from partsexpress, they have a really big selection, I've never ordered from madisound though.
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Madisound is great.
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www.speakercity.com is also good
www.acoustic-visions.com carries stuff that those 3 don't (Adire Audio, for example)

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