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They are not the cheapest speakers on the block; but you get what you pay for: a well-engineered woofer with a massive underhung motor and a true ribbon tweeter. The result is a speaker that provides plenty of detail and dynamics but in a very small cabinet. Depending on how you finish them, they can disappear into the decor of a room, or be showcased like the little luxury item they are.
Like a high-performance roadster, this speaker is meant to be fun to listen to and to make you want to keep listening for hours and hours. It’s an escape from the stresses of life. One of the most striking things about this speaker is the bass delivered by the Tang Band W4-1720. This driver has some seriously full bass for a small driver. When I brought this speaker to InDIYana 2011, a lot of people were asking where the subwoofer was hidden. The midrange is very pleasant like a paper cone should be, and the ribbon tweeter delivers clear treble but never gets overly splashy. There are a lot of ribbon fans out there who enjoy their “sparkly,” quality, and while I’m not that great at coming up with flowery descriptions of speakers, I could probably agree that this tweeter does have that trademark ribbon sparkle.
The speaker would work on a desk, although I might advise raising it a bit off the surface of the desk to keep bass response in-check. It would also kick ass as a stand-mounted satellite or bookshelf speaker in a small or medium-sized room
Note: The Speedster DIY Components Pack comes with the drivers and crossover components required to assemble a pair of speakers. Enclosures, binding posts, screws and wire are not included.
Included in this kit:
2.2 uF Polyprop (100V+)
C2 & C3
4.7 uF Polyprop (100V+)
0.25 mH (20 AWG)
1.5 mH (18 -19 AWG)
0.35 mH (18 -19 AWG)
10 Ohm - 10 watt
8 Ohm – 10 Watt
Tang Band W4-1720
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