Hmmm...I'm really surprised that this design isn't using the 7 tweeter circle, because I though that was supposed to be where the magic in the design was. I was obviously wrong.
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If you are looking for a wall of sound ,a good buy but please keep in m8nd a Cheap Xover as well as drivers, owning a Audiostore
for years until 08 I can tell you rule of thumb on average 25% of the price of the product on average goes into it, $25 tweeters retail cost , refinement or precision ,not happening, a good rock ,or rap
speaker ,a good speaker for that. I have heard the double impacts
several times ,not my cup of tea I enjoy refinement and naturalism
at all volume levels and a variety of music types. That is just my opinion . Ona verylimited budget ,and over 10 drivers plus cabinet
and Xover the Xover and drivers are the limiting factor .
if you just want to play mailnly heavy metal or rock and play it loud
then you may like them especiallly the younger guys. Others will enjoy
Audioman 58 respectfully disagree, I have the impact monitor connected to sub, and I like them a lot, and bought one more tekton ps speakers, after hearing them at Teajay, I also own Andra Eggleston speakers, no hurry to reconnect them, Iam enjoying the ps so much...and my impact monitors...what components are they using when you listened to the double impact?