Sure you will enjoy them. Hey that’s one of the “Nessie” designs! Since I originally purchased these FEES-R drivers they were installed in my speaker cabinets, used normally, removed and placed back in their original boxes for this sale. Lot of difference between feesr and feesr. Oh yes good luck to you or anyone else that bids on the unopened pair of FEES-R drivers at the Japanese auction at the link below. Do you know why the cone is gray or what material it’s made from?

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It’s An Acquired Taste! That said, I package extremely well and have fosted had any components arrive damaged. If you haven’t seen the Supanesshi, you need to check it out.

They work fee208es-r in the feesr cabinet. Even the feesr cabinet benefits from doubling ply on baffles and extra bracing to reduce BLH coloration. So if the magnesium is as fatiquing as you claim it could be applied to tame it’s character and I doubt anyone would ever notice it had been done after it dried.

If so what driver were you using in it? The double BLH horns you enjoy really offer no benefit in low frequency extension. It uses three FeES-R drivers! Lightly used used for the last 2 years they still have a lot to burn.


RE: Fostex FEES-R Drivers – Steyr – High Efficiency Speaker Asylum

You’ve nailed how I feel right on the head! Well guys as of 3: They’ve literally only been taken out of their boxes, installed in my Sachiko cabinets and later removed and placed back into their boxes!

I ended up with these in pics. So you say you can not hear the difference between transducers but easily can hear different linseed oils??????? Just for the picture You found them!!!!

I was surprised to learn that enough even though he’s upgraded full-range drivers and now uses Feastrex drivers as his tool to gauge other speakers against.

With BLH over built is best. I’m curious what enclosures are you using these drivers in? High Efficiency Speaker Asylum Need speakers that can rock with just one watt? Now hearing a oil finish compared to a sprayed on poly-coat thats audible but only on natural wood finish solid hard woods or plys. And I find such cabinets add more coloration to back wave since far more ply to resonate and its not doubled.

Easy to hear this. I know the magnet is Alnico and I believe the dust cap is magnesium. He told me to expect very similar performance to my previous FEES-R drivers but with better, tighter slightly more powerful bass, cleaner, more balanced frequency reproduction with no treble shout!


Mike Rispoli does have a clear treatment he applies to compression drivers to take the “bite” out of bright sounding compression drivers. Yes initially I’ll be putting them into my Sachiko double back loard horns.

If it does bother use a ribbon or horn tweeter run feesr up to 4. More Seller Info Seller: It’s unfortunate that I have to sell these drivers. Hide full thread outline! Coloration is the problem.

THe response of the two drivers seems the same to me, and I am sure no human could tell the difference between the two drivers based on the SPL curves shown. I searched everywhere I could think of, especially in Japan’s auction sites.

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They look very, very good. Speakers – Raw Drivers. His feesr are worth far less than stock after treatment.