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Scooter
11-23-2004, 02:53 AM
After reaching into the deepest and darkest recesses of my bedroom closet, I started looking through some manila envelopes containing old JBL material that I have related to speaker building and home products. I will list what I have that I did not see in the Library for this site. These are the typical JBL materials, with the nice color picture followed by product descriptions.

L40, 4 pages, 1977.
L300, 2 pages, 1980.
L200B, 4 pages, 1976. (reads a little differently than the Studio Master info)
JBL High Fidelity Products, 5 pages, 1979. Pictures and info on the L300, Paragon, L65, L212, L166 and L110.
Musical Instrument Loudspeaker Instruction Manual, 7 pages, 1981. Gives explainations of "how to achieve optimum performance" from the E110, E120, E130, E140, E145 and E155. Has a porting chart and wiring diagrams.

I am not set up to convey this literature electronically, but I would gladly mail it to someone trustworthy in the U.S. who would like to put any part of it, or all of it, in the JBL Library.

Scott

Don C
11-23-2004, 06:36 AM
I sent a PM with my mailing address.

louped garouv
11-23-2004, 07:16 AM
same issue, no scanner available to me. It is the owners manual and looks like schematic for ALTEC 1590A mono amplifier. Are you interested in this as well Don?

Don C
11-23-2004, 07:19 AM
Ok.

Zilch
11-23-2004, 09:41 AM
All worthy additions, looks like.

I look forward to studying the E-Series "Optimum Performance" one, in particular.

The Library here is a tremendous resource AND a fun read.... :)

Mr. Widget
11-23-2004, 09:58 AM
The Library here is a tremendous resource AND a fun read.... :)
...and you need to pop in from time to time as I am always surprised to find some new treasure there. :thmbsup:

Widget

Scooter
11-24-2004, 12:34 AM
Thanks Don for offering to scan them. I will get them in the mail by 11/26.

Scott

Fred Sanford
03-05-2007, 05:17 PM
After reaching into the deepest and darkest recesses of my bedroom closet, I started looking through some manila envelopes containing old JBL material that I have related to speaker building and home products. I will list what I have that I did not see in the Library for this site. These are the typical JBL materials, with the nice color picture followed by product descriptions.

L40, 4 pages, 1977.
L300, 2 pages, 1980.
L200B, 4 pages, 1976. (reads a little differently than the Studio Master info)
JBL High Fidelity Products, 5 pages, 1979. Pictures and info on the L300, Paragon, L65, L212, L166 and L110.
Musical Instrument Loudspeaker Instruction Manual, 7 pages, 1981. Gives explainations of "how to achieve optimum performance" from the E110, E120, E130, E140, E145 and E155. Has a porting chart and wiring diagrams.

I am not set up to convey this literature electronically, but I would gladly mail it to someone trustworthy in the U.S. who would like to put any part of it, or all of it, in the JBL Library.

Scott

Did these ever show up in the library? I can't seem to find them.

Thanks in advance...

je

Don C
03-05-2007, 05:38 PM
They have been scanned and submitted, but haven't made it online yet. If you need something, let me know I could send it as an email attatchment.

Fred Sanford
03-05-2007, 06:59 PM
I'll be patient, thanks for the offer. I was mostly curious about these:



JBL High Fidelity Products, 5 pages, 1979. Pictures and info on the L300, Paragon, L65, L212, L166 and L110.

Musical Instrument Loudspeaker Instruction Manual, 7 pages, 1981. Gives explainations of "how to achieve optimum performance" from the E110, E120, E130, E140, E145 and E155. Has a porting chart and wiring diagrams.


Thanks again for all your work,

je

Fred Sanford
03-05-2007, 07:23 PM
By the way, Don, I don't think you could legally scan & post these without repercussions, but I have a copy of the Orion Blue Book from 2002 that I don't need- would it be of any use to you for reference purposes? Let me know, I'd be happy to send it on if it could be useful.

je