Anyone have specs and such on JPW ML-310i's?

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    starkiller

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    just won a pair of these and was wondering what the specs were and the sound qualities. not a whole lot of info on the web and was curious on how they sound compared to my castles and missions.
     
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    nobody??
     
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    is that the old JPW milleniums, plastic front with wooden casework?

    i used to have a small pair of them, not sure what number, they were ok if not exceptional speakers.
     
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    The 310i was an evolved version of the original ML series. The front panel was quite a substantial mdf slab with a membrane pressed vinyl covering. They were Biwirable and used a 100mm doped paper cone driver in a polymer chassis with a 1" Audax silk dome tweeter with a neo magnet. Sensitivity was 89 dB/W and the impedance was nominally 6 ohms. They cost around £100 when new and the (less good) ML series original versions got several got 5 star reviews from What Hifi fwiw.
     
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    murray, were you involved with the design?
     
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