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    Posted: 07 December 2014 at 11:07pm
Hi guys I was going to build four of the mt122 cabs to go with my ES18 bph kicks and X1subs but have found that the original spec drivers that the plan states are no longer available but I can get everything for the x10 cab which would fair best with the kicks and subs I have mentioned?
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most drivers will work with the mt122 or mt121

just ask the forum which drivers they would recommend for the mt122
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PD121, PD123ER, B&C 12PE32, B&C 12NDL76, 18SOUND 12ND710, BMS 12S310, BMS 12S610, ETC

New P AUDIO 12" drivers are out too.  Im not sure what the model number is...possibly P-Audio SN2-12MB8

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Do you think 1 pair of mt122 would be enough th go with four x1 and 4 ES18BH ? Or would I be best going for two pairs?
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the only reason to have 2 pairs of mt122 would be to cover a wider area really.

i've had 1 mt121 per side above 2 X1 and 2 double 15 a side.. has done fine.
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Originally posted by C-Audiofreak C-Audiofreak wrote:

Do you think 1 pair of mt122 would be enough th go with four x1 and 4 ES18BH ? Or would I be best going for two pairs?


the x1 will run out of steam before the es18 or mt122 or mt121
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+1

but that is largely dependent on crossover points and music selection
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Why will the x1 run out of steam I'm hoping to run them upto 70hz then the ES18BPh 70-250hz and the mt122 250hz and up it will be mainly used for general purpous indie and rock and be used for general dance music when I'm dj'ing through it if these crossover points are wrong please advise me how I should set it up I want to get it right as sound quality is king for me and those using it I have already built the X1 subs so am committed with the sub end
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Neeeee naww someone's called the grammar police!
The MT's can outrun the x1, hence why you'd usually have 4x X1 (or even 4x 1850 horn) per MT. Cant really compare reflex tops to horn loaded, horn loaded will run rings around reflex tops outside though.
Depending on its usage, indoor/outdoor etc.
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Ok so maybe I will just build 1pair of 122's then will two es18 be enough for four x1 and one pair of mt122?
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Possibly.  what are the ES18 loaded with?
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