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John
11-18-2005, 10:43 AM
I Just brought these home and was peeking around inside and found what appears to be a quality control checklist sheet inside stuffed under the damping material on the bottom of cabinet. Has anyone ever found anything like this before?

Audiobeer
11-18-2005, 11:46 AM
Yes. In a pair of 4333a's.

Tom Loizeaux
11-18-2005, 02:37 PM
... Has anyone ever found anything like this before?

Were you going to show us the check list?

Nice find!
I think I'd start looking for a pair of 077s or 2405s to "finish off" these...but that's just me.

Tom

Rolf
11-18-2005, 10:16 PM
Were you going to show us the check list?

Nice find!
I think I'd start looking for a pair of 077s or 2405s to "finish off" these...but that's just me.

Tom

And get a pair of new cross-overs Tom?

Rolf

Tom Loizeaux
11-19-2005, 10:38 AM
And get a pair of new cross-overs Tom?

Rolf

You could find a pair of 3133s or N333s ( I think thoese are the right numbers for the crossovers from a 4333 and L333), or simply get a pair of 3106 crossovers for the 2405s. Of course one could build a 9K crossover to add to the output for the 2420 to drive the slots.

Tom

John
11-19-2005, 04:14 PM
The 3131 crossovers that are in there are set at 800hz, and can be bi-amped. I also have a pair of 3132 crosovers that are like the 3106 crossovers, but I have been thinking about throwing in a pair of 2440,s for the mids and popping in the 2405 slots as well. Just to hear what it sounds like next to my 2215A-2461-2405 system, I also have the 3105 crossovers in hand as well as all the other parts just mentioned. So I should be able to come up with something:hmm:

John
11-19-2005, 04:34 PM
Were you going to show us the check list?



Tom
Here we go.

ralphs99
11-20-2005, 02:31 AM
Item 10: Remove checklist from speaker!

Cheers,
Ralph.

Titanium Dome
11-20-2005, 07:16 AM
Item 10: Remove checklist from speaker!

Cheers,
Ralph.

Exactly! :rotfl:

spkrman57
11-20-2005, 07:21 AM
Wouldn't that have made somewhat of a bit of noise perhaps!

Ron

John
11-20-2005, 12:06 PM
It was folded up and stuffed under the fibreglass pad on the bottom of cabinet. So I think it would not be making any movement that would generate any sound.

Maybe if jbl hung it in there like a food order slip at a cafe that the short order cook gazes at, well then perhaps it might pose a risk of some odd noise or sound? ;)

When I did a overhaul on my Vette a while back there was a build sheet attached to the top of the gas tank that was used as it went down the assembly line. This is common to all vettes at least all the ones that came out of the St.louis assembly plant. Once they moved assembly to Bowling Green KY. I am not sure if this continued

When I first felt the paper in there I was hoping it was some blue chip stock that someone stashed? :o: I know now I was dreaming:banghead:

Oh Well I think the 4331A,s were the real treasure anyways:applaud: And at a little over $400 I think I did ok.

speakerdave
11-20-2005, 01:09 PM
When I did a overhaul on my Vette a while back there was a build sheet attached to the top of the gas tank that was used as it went down the assembly line.

AKA "line setting ticket." I found one taped to the outside of the glove box shell in my '72 International pickup.

David