XT32 put the f15's @ 80 and the 88 @ 100 xo
as a pair of surrounds, also 88's, xo is 100
the IMAGING , clarity, detail , and on and on of
the 15" SEOS horns provide is , to my 70 y.o.+ ears,
(and I sat thru a few WHO, Zep, Cream, Deep Purple, Hendrix, Santana and few other , concerts in Berlin, early 70's)
Superlative , (plan for some room treatments0
Can't get the F15's?
I'm willing to bet the HTM12's could be highly effective in putting "up-grade-itis" into remittance for a good while,
if budget / space / WAF, etc. allows,
at the time, the F15's where a great fit size wise for TV suspension system
the reviews about imaging of the SEOS horns enticing,
especially with some of the charts and dispersion stuff posted by
I actually built the 88 first , also a first flat pack build- GENUIS engineering,
becasue I could not get a klipsch center , and i had about 4 of 'em, that "worked"
and then the look of the horn . . . bigger is better ?
how could I NOT want to see 3 of those looking back at me . . .
the design also gives them very similar xo's, like 900 and 950 for the CD.
upon opening the F15's , imagine- the CD in 1 hand and the 15" driver in the other
The CD weighed more
It's definitely worth doing some homework wrt the HTM 12's
and the HT 12's
or what about the 12" Co-ax
It's not called a rabbit hole by mistake
these are 88's a surrounds on full motion mounts , about 80 degrees ahead on MLP
but I can swing them forward a bit, change the angulation
go thru the OSD, cancel the Tops and have a mighty fine 7.4 bed layer
IF i replaced the rears, klipsch F3 towers, with some HT of HTM 12's
that would be 7 of those horns . .
what could possibly go wrong . .