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Hey, looked in a norwegian newspaper, having a picture repport from some exebition somewhere.
The speakers on the first page is called Audiona, and I have never heard about it. But take a look at them. Isn`t there a lot of things with this one that remind of JBL gear?
Look at this:
01-09-2006, 01:55 PM
It's the CES in Las Vegas.
The first pic is a speaker made from JBL components. And YEAH! Seems to be that finally one company came up with a 2344 clone. Can you follow this Leif. We need 2344 clones :bouncy:
Try to find out what company this is. Can't see the logo on the horn properly :(
Pic5 seems to be the new Edgar System
The text over the pictures say the brand is Audiona. I searched a little, but found nothing nothing nothing...
01-09-2006, 02:49 PM
:wtf: What is there on their website besides a title page and contact page???
01-09-2006, 02:57 PM
I found this but it's empty :(
10 Watt Street
01-09-2006, 04:06 PM
Stereophile Blog report on Audiona:
There's a tiny bit more info (address) at Audiogon:
Open in new Window (http://www.audiona.com/)
949 829 0900
26711 Sinforosa Dr.
Mission Viejo, CA 92691
01-10-2006, 03:03 PM
"The 275 lb. 56.5 H by 24" D 442 GL contains all-JBL drivers: a bi-radial constant-coverage horn/compression tweeter, bi-radial constant-coverage horn/compression driver midrange, 10" midbass driver, and 18" woofer. The class-A active crossover employs pahse compensation for the fourth-order filters, with frequencies set at 150Hz, 1kHz, and 4 kHz. Cables are included. The whole system retails for $45,000."
01-10-2006, 05:35 PM
Nice but I think he stole my idea from an earlier system using a 2245, 2122H and the 2344 (no super tweeter..then..that was the problem).
Obviously Jon is not the only one who thinks the old bum horn needs a helping hand to make it upstairs. I'll bet it makes the 4430/35 sound shabby.
01-10-2006, 08:12 PM
I'll bet it makes the 4430/35 sound shabby.
I would think so, and at that price, it f*&*ing ought to! But hey, more power to him for using some of the good stuff.
01-11-2006, 04:33 AM
I'm still curious where he get this 2344 from :hmm:
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