Audax Home Theatre Again. I'm planning to build the home theatre system illustrated for the Audax website. The designs for the centre and rear speakers are perfect for my needs, but i would prefer the front speakers to be narrow floorstanders. Any advice on this topic would be most appreciated.
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Users browsing this forum: Google [Bot] and 9 guests. Posted: Tue Mar 29, pm. Folks, Years ago there was a set of plans for a home theater speaker system floating around the internet using Audax drivers, and designed by Joseph D'Appolito if I remember correctly. I bought all the drivers to build them at the time, and built the MTM fronts along with a pair of subs using NHT drivers. LOVED'em, and am now finally getting around to building the center and the rears. The rub is, I can NOT find the plans anywhere; I've scoured all the hard drives and backups in the house and the internet. I did come across Ralph Calabria's article on building the center channel, but I'd love to have the whole set of plans including the fronts and rears for my archives.