Discussion in 'DIY Discussion' started by DrMartin, Mar 15, 2010.

  1. DrMartin

    Haselsh1 Shaun H

    Nov 6, 2008
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    I would absolutely love to build my own speakers based on full range Fostex drivers but I have no woodworking skills whatsoever. I'd also like custom designed cabinets as well in place of a kit but again, I can't do woodwork.
    Haselsh1, Dec 26, 2010
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  2. DrMartin


    Dec 3, 2005
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    I bought a pair of studio monitor kits from WA about 17 years ago when they were actually in Wilmslow. Paid about £400 for the kits if I recall. They were/are fantastic. Back then they had a very proffesional listening studio along with a range of mainstream speakers from such as KEF, Tannoy etc.

    Something obviously happened and now they are a small outfit down in Leicestershire in very basic accomodation. But, my tweeters needed attention and they provided better and uprated units at a very fair price. I also bought one of there 200W sub woofer kits. They didn't have the lesser spec volt driver in stock so I got a volt unit that was actually priced higher than the kit I bought.

    They get my vote ;)

    I would honestly put my """""£550""""" kits up against anything that fits the lounge
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    cyclonebri1, Jan 11, 2011
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