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  1. Thread: Sub18

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    Does it fit through the door? Wat ya gonna...

    Does it fit through the door?

    Wat ya gonna feed it with?
  2. I'd recommend around 200-250 WPC for the 250s....

    I'd recommend around 200-250 WPC for the 250s. Bottom line is that the harder you push them the better they should sound.
  3. The rear baffle is 7/8" or there abouts. The...

    The rear baffle is 7/8" or there abouts. The crossover board is just old fashioned Masonite on the older models, maybe 3/16" thick. How far the posts penetrate that isn't usually an issue. The posts...
  4. Pretty simple once you remove the crossover board...

    Pretty simple once you remove the crossover board from the cabinet. I've done a few. What you're looking for is one the many available "5-way" binding posts that accept any kind of connection. You'll...
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    Not all of them "look the same", there were minor...

    Not all of them "look the same", there were minor changes made from year to year, although not very many were ever sold. I can't imagine a world where anyone would think it worthwhile to make and...
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    Looks pretty typical to me. Someone did a DIY...

    Looks pretty typical to me. Someone did a DIY repair on the crossover and wire terminals. The surround replacement on the woofer was certainly botched.
    Grills did have some production changes from...
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    Isn't the 128H one of them with 2 different cones...

    Isn't the 128H one of them with 2 different cones seen coming from the factory? I seem to recall that they used different foam surrounds on the 2 different revisions. I don't suppose it would matter...
  8. Thread: D8r435al-1

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    It was the "-1" that gave me pause. So this...

    It was the "-1" that gave me pause.
    So this would be a direct substitution in the 435AL driver?

    While I'm on the subject, is the 435Be acoustically, electronically and physically the same as the...
  9. Thread: D8r435al-1

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    D8r435al-1

    What drivers would the D8R435AL-1 replacement diaphragm fit?
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    Should be a standard 8-32 machine screw. They...

    Should be a standard 8-32 machine screw. They have bins of them at Lowe's. Take yours along with you to compare.
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    A mechanic would use an "Easy-Out...

    A mechanic would use an "Easy-Out" of appropriate size.
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    IMO you will spend your time and money better by...

    IMO you will spend your time and money better by moving on to one of the later 6" 2-way models. The L15 just isn't very good, and yes the low crossover point is part of the reason. Pretty much any of...
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    BTW, you could use the 6, 8, 10 or 12. the 6 and...

    BTW, you could use the 6, 8, 10 or 12. the 6 and 10 are black-face, the 8 and 12 are polished.
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    There really isn't a compelling reason to even...

    There really isn't a compelling reason to even try one of the "replacements". The originals are available and generally seem to work.

    Here's the straight dope on the LE5 drivers:...
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    You can still find used LE5-12 pretty easily,...

    You can still find used LE5-12 pretty easily, places like eBay.
    The LE5-10 and LE5-8 are exact replacements as well.
  16. The port is centered right over the LE14 magnet,...

    The port is centered right over the LE14 magnet, so you can easily reach in and give it a thump.
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    Wiring would be a good guess, something on the...

    Wiring would be a good guess, something on the XO, etc.
    SPEC SHEET
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    Nope Yes it does

    Nope

    Yes it does
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    I did the Linseed/Turpentine treatment once. I...

    I did the Linseed/Turpentine treatment once. I will never open a can of turpentine again. I still get headaches just thinking about it.

    The Danish Oil and Tung Oil are more or less the same type...
  20. Yes

    Yes
  21. Foam rots in woofers too. Its ALL fixable. But if...

    Foam rots in woofers too. Its ALL fixable. But if this sort of thing puts you off you probably shouldn't be looking at vintage gear. Its part of the game. I'd take the 240ti over an L100 in a...
  22. If they are at a reasonable price, I'd grab them....

    If they are at a reasonable price, I'd grab them. I don't recall anyone not liking them. They are from the 1st generation of titanium tweets.
  23. L112 is more or less the top of the food chain in...

    L112 is more or less the top of the food chain in the consumer lines of that age. L150A is essentially the same speaker with more real estate.

    Any of the studio monitors will be great too,...
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    They are designed and intended for near-field...

    They are designed and intended for near-field monitor usage, vertically oriented.
    Ideal spacing is pretty much the same as any speaker, with the speakers forming an equilateral triangle with the...
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    http://manuals.harman.com/JBL/HOM/Technical%20Shee...

    http://manuals.harman.com/JBL/HOM/Technical%20Sheet/L3%20ts.pdf

    http://www.audioheritage.org/vbulletin/showthread.php?10661-JBL-Consumer-Tech-Sheet-Links
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