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    Posted: 06 March 2017 at 9:33am
Now my problem is that the shipping cost is more than a 100€ for any of the speakers mentioned above (for the ones that are 20kg like the void and oberton).
The Faital Pro 18XL1800 is not that heavy but it costs more. So really doesnt matter which one i chose because with shipping fee im going to be around 500€.

So my plan was that i get everything from thomann and if im above 400€ they pay for the delivery, im getting the proline 3000 from them which is also 40kg and would be again a ton of money to ship it from the UK to Hungary.

So im wondering if you can find a good driver for the scoops that are mantioned above or for the superscooper,   that thomann sells.

Thomann has some PD-s and a lot of others maybe there is a good driver ?! around 350-400€? Or maybe I have to go higher in price? :(

Btw thats why i was thinking of the B&C 18SW100 because thomann sells it and its also under 400 €


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Yes brace the hell out of it,

i build them with 25mm x 4 bracing within thr horn path, 2 from rear baffle to up anglepanel, and 2x 25mm from up angled panel to rear of box

great allrounder this scoop, i like it tbh
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Originally posted by Dutchman Dutchman wrote:

Just skip the PD1850 or Void V1000. Ok, they are good drivers, but cost 500€ , weigh 30 kilo and have 1kw RMS rating.. It's outdated overpriced tech. There are way better solutions , and especially in that price range! The b&c will be a good driver. Maybe look at faital Prro 18XL1800 if you are willing to spend 500€ for a driver. PD1850 vs new neo dymium drivers is a bit like crown ma5000 vs Powersoft K20.........

I think you got the pricing a bit wrong there. I would say that Void V1000 is on of the best in it's price range (That's if you can get your hands on one). Outdated tech? Don't think so... 
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Just skip the PD1850 or Void V1000. Ok, they are good drivers, but cost 500€ , weigh 30 kilo and have 1kw RMS rating.. It's outdated overpriced tech. There are way better solutions , and especially in that price range! The b&c will be a good driver. Maybe look at faital Prro 18XL1800 if you are willing to spend 500€ for a driver. PD1850 vs new neo dymium drivers is a bit like crown ma5000 vs Powersoft K20.........
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Originally posted by nickyburnell nickyburnell wrote:

He's in Hungary Ray. Any V1000s there?




This Scoop will work well, with many more drivers, than SuperScooper18.

http://forum.speakerplans.com/fane-scaled-up_topic74640.html


Oberton's are Bulgarian, "I think" ?

Oberton 1600 will work in above Scoop.

But above Scoop needs more bracing.
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Originally posted by gen0me gen0me wrote:

Both tbx and sw100 has much weaker motors than 1850 and void





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Both tbx and sw100 has much weaker motors than 1850 and void
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote D3aD Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 March 2017 at 9:26pm
If im buying my amp from thomann then I can get this from them:
https://www.thomann.de/intl/bc_18sw100.htm
B&C 18SW100
The Neodymium one for the same price as the TBX100.
Any idea about those ?
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B&C TBX100 and indeed proline 3000 or even better and maybe cheaper found second hand, QSC MX3000 or so. Don't mind the wattage rating, fire a QSC MX/EX up on your 18" drivers and you will be satisfied :D. 
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No way finding v1000s here.
Any idea of better drivers for superscooper that i can actually buy here?
PD -s are a little too expensive for me.
Or should i just save up so i can buy PD-s? If i want decent scoops?

Also i think i will ditch the nu6000 for my plan ad go for
Proline 3000. Double the price but i read good things about the Proline 3000 and if everything goes well maybe i can attach 2 more scoops on the proline ?? maybe ?
:D it should handle a 4 ohm load with ease and maybe spank 4 scoops. Dont know yet but i hope it can.
Anybody using proline 3000 here is it good??? or can i find a better amp for 700€?

(Thank you for the answers in advance and please save me and my wallet by not recommending me amps and drivers with a price tag of an arm and a leg :DD)

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Hi,
possible, but expensive.
 
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He's in Hungary Ray. Any V1000s there?
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