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    Talking THE REAL** 'BOOKSHELF' Speaker... The Real WAF haha

    This is really neat...

    http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/showd...number=319-040

    I dont know how it sounds but it would be perfect for a classroom or office or something...I dunno, pretty cool I thought...
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    lol:D pretty neat

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    That would be a great speaker for a discrete home theater system.

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    What if you modified a pair of lsi 7's to look like that .... I have a real dictionary thats like a foot wide so its not like it'll be excessivly large and look fake. You'd have much better quality sound with the same idea.

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    I was thinking about doing something similar with the 1.2's. A little different in that I was going to disguise them as refrigerators... :D
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    Avantgarde horns, 300b tubes, thats the kinda crap I want... :D

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    Originally posted by madmax
    I was thinking about doing something similar with the 1.2's. A little different in that I was going to disguise them as refrigerators... :D
    Hehe I could just see someone ... Damnit how do ya get the beer outta these damn things.

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    Originally posted by madmax
    I was thinking about doing something similar with the 1.2's. A little different in that I was going to disguise them as refrigerators... :D
    Dude, I almost fell off my chair! :D

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    Originally posted by Mazeroth
    Dude, I almost fell off my chair! :D
    Hmmm .... you could make a sub into a legless chair and probably freak somone out if they never found out what it was till it was on.

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    If a person has open bookshelves they are way cool. Now if they sound as good as they look!

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    Neat, but "Max 60 watts power handling" = POP! and then silence.. :( :)
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