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Thread: Thoughts on Usher 7" drivers?

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    Join Date: Jun 2012

    Location: Tamborine Mtn, Australia

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    I'm Hal.

    Default Thoughts on Usher 7" drivers?

    Usher drivers aren't cheap, but have a very good reputation. I'm considering using them in a diy speaker project but the other alternative, a seas paper/reed driver of 5.5" diameter, is also well regarded and much cheaper. Room the speakers will be used in isn't huge, 4x 3.6 meters, so I'm wondering if it's worth stumping up the extra for the ushers. Anybody heard them and like to comment? Any comments on seas paper/reed also appreciated.
    Without music, powerboat racing, photography and a whole stack of other stuff that floats my boat, life is just a non stop procession of deadlines and bills.

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    Join Date: May 2012

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    Ushers do have a very good reputation , Size matters even with speakers , I would go for the Ushers
    Music , fills the gaps between silence !

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    Join Date: May 2011

    Location: Nottingham

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    I'm Craig.

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    I’d stop farting around making up kits and buy my Ushers!
    Squeezebox Touch. Beresford Caiman Mk 2 DAC . Kavent SP310 and stupidly heavy torroidal thing. Usher CP 6371, Mains Cables From RA & Krystal Kables. Klotz MC 5000/MS plugs, Talk Cable 3
    Belkin mains conditioner.

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    Join Date: Jan 2009

    Location: Sheffield - UK

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    I'm Mark.

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    Do Usher sell their drive units separately?

    100% Analogue

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