In Reply to: Harbeth 40 clone posted by fstein on April 18, 2017 at 09:11:24:
As much as I like DIY, you are not going to get close to the Harbeth 40.2 with a DIY speaker. However, if you want to get something similar and spend a fraction of the retail cost of the 40.2, look for a used pair of Spendor SP-100 or the earlier S100. They don't come up all that frequently but when they do the price should be around $2000 to possibly $2500. The later models like the SP-100R and R2 are not the same speaker. I never compared them side by side but there are reports that the original S100 and SP-100 sound better. The earlier models will certainly cost less on the used market just due to age.
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Topic - Harbeth 40 clone - fstein 09:11:24 04/18/17 (9)
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