The theme this year is 'Ludicrosity', which entails using less-common xover types or topologies, along
with cabinets that are not rectangular prisms. Limit for drivers for the pair will be $350. Xover cost not
included due to the wide range of possibilities that exist, and bonus points for using a series xover.
I would like to exclude parallel xovers for the LR2/4/6/8 and BW2/3/4 varieties. SXO's for those will be allowed.
So- use some transient-perfect, quasi-first order, cauer-elliptic, Low-Q lapped, widely-asymmetric, or an SXO for starters.
Outlandish theme you say? Well- you get the idea then...
you will ask how many, so I will state it like this. If you use an SXO, since the voting will be by a show of hands,
I will add a 'handicap' to the count. If you use an SXO, then 5 votes are added to the number of raised hands.
Also as is the norm, the most votes (w/ or w/o handicap bonus TBD) will get first pick at the door
prize table- and you know there will be some good stuff on that spot!
I have not had a chance to update the website yet, so please be patient. Sponsors will soon be lining up.
(Of note- it does not look like I will be able to make something new as of this writing to enter the theme myself, but I
will try to do so. I have something planned, but it's too high a price to be considered in voting. It may be in exhibition
Have fun, and hope to see you there!
PS- no buyout drivers allowed, unless a regular price can be located, and that price is to be used.
PPS- Design must be repeatable, so drivers must be available for purchase.