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a_fossen
11-06-2008, 05:16 PM
Hello i have some pairs of old l300.
Have any of you tried and put 2 pairs of l300 in top another? tweeter to tweeter if you know what i mean as a poor mans k2........
NB! L300 are common in norway so you can get them cheap, i am thinking of trying this but they are heavy and i hope the one on the floor can handle the weight of the one on top. Heard the new array 1400 and the 260 something but i think jbl was better in the 70's.
A jbl man from the land of the midnight sun........:)

macaroonie
11-06-2008, 05:22 PM
:p I do hope you are kidding. Rolf where are you ?

a_fossen
11-06-2008, 05:34 PM
No kidding i can tell you, i have two identical amps dynamic precision dpa-600 made in norway. The Forum members from norway will know this amp. a_fossen:)

a_fossen
11-06-2008, 05:50 PM
I will try and do it and post some pictures and some comments about the sound. I think this will be a killer system............. Surprised that i can be the first to do it on the forum. I also have some old infinity rs1b with servo bass i will use them as back speakers in a home teater just to have some fun with the infinity people.......... hehe :)

BMWCCA
11-06-2008, 06:16 PM
I will try and do it and post some pictures and some comments about the sound. I think this will be a killer system............. Surprised that i can be the first to do it on the forum. :)You might want to at least unplug one of the two UHF tweeters on each pair.

a_fossen
11-06-2008, 07:15 PM
The l300 got l-pads so cutting off a 077 is easy, i will try to make them performe as good as possible. I have friend who has the egglestone audra and just for the fun it will be a race....... I have a sonic frontiers power 3 se mono blocks (best amps i own 280w tube power) with 4 ohm output if things get a little to heavy and to close of a race race....

Rolf
11-06-2008, 09:22 PM
:p I do hope you are kidding. Rolf where are you ?

I have already contacted a psykiatrian to deal with this. Mr. Fossen will be taken care of.:p

timc
11-07-2008, 06:46 AM
HAHA...Good your on top of things Rolf.


But seriuos, will you not get dispersion issues from a setup like this?


-Tim

Rolf
11-07-2008, 10:57 PM
HAHA...Good your on top of things Rolf.


But seriuos, will you not get dispersion issues from a setup like this?


-Tim

No.:barf: