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    The LE-8-101 is no doubt stamped on the cone....

    The LE-8-101 is no doubt stamped on the cone. Most if not all of the 33's had unpainted
    unmarked LE8's installed.
    The LE8T came later. Basically the same driver.
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    Barry...if you're referring to the pic of the...

    Barry...if you're referring to the pic of the 4350...that port was removed with a gentle twist to gain access to the 2440
    to remove it for inspection. The port was then put back in place. All is...
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    Stock bracing

    Hello Greg...here is another pic of the factory stock internal bracing and support for the 2440 in
    the 4350. Everything else in the design seems pretty much standard oh, and then there are the...
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    resonance

    I have to agree with Doc Mark about choice of wood for enclosures. In mfg. guitars, hardwoods are utilized exclusively for their sonic properties. Maple, walnut, ash and mahogany are all "tone...
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    there's no such thing as "too much power". ...

    there's no such thing as "too much power". :bouncy:
  6. My pair was very smooth and easy to listen to but...

    My pair was very smooth and easy to listen to but gobbled up watts so I'm wondering what's powering your setup.
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    always room for more

    currently residing in 'THE HOUSE OF MAGNETS"

    1. 1959 Paragon
    2. C46 Minigon
    3. 4350 Monitors
    4. L300
    5. C36 (030)
    6. Lancer 101
    7. C52 Opus
    8. L100
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    mount

    I'm guessing the clamps are original and yes, they are sturdy....they'd need to be to support the weight of the 2440 if the unit was suspended upside down. I did have to remove each top port to get...
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    2440 mount

    if this is the clamp your referring to you can simply make one or have a machine shop do it...bolting that beast (2440) in is definitely a two man job. :banghead: good luck!
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    baffle paint

    this thread could be helpful....good luck with your project!http://www.audioheritage.org/vbulletin/showthread.php?33007-JBL-Blue-Baffle-Paint&highlight=blue+paint
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    the two rods pictured above and below the tweeter...

    the two rods pictured above and below the tweeter must carefully be pulled out and away from the
    curved panel and then slide the louvres toward the center until the threaded rods are free.
    Hope...
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    comparison

    [QUOTE=subwoof;347246]speakers baskets are like women - to compare correctly you have to have one in each hand..:)

    LOL. I like your thinking subwoof.

    Here's a pic of a 150-4C and E145 side by...
  13. and so goes the story....analog vs. digital

    and so goes the story....analog vs. digital
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    Sweet! I remember reading an article on a ...

    Sweet!

    I remember reading an article on a blindfold A/B comparison between a high-end Threshold and a B&K. The reviewer actually preferred the cheaper B&K...comparing it to a tube amp.
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    I am currently biamping my 4350A's top end with a...

    I am currently biamping my 4350A's top end with a B&K ST-140 and am very pleased with the results. These
    "wallet-friendly" Mosfet designs are very smooth sounding and good alternative to an...
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    looks more like a D140 than a 136A.....take good...

    looks more like a D140 than a 136A.....take good care of those crossovers...hard to come by in any condition.
  17. Thread: xover wiring

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    more of the same

    here's two more eBay offerings and both claim to be operating correctly :blink:
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    Thanks! it looks like the left xover...

    Thanks! it looks like the left xover (bottom pair) is also wired incorrectly :confused:
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    xover wiring

    does anyone have a clue as to how various JBL xovers are configured? Particularly the four leads on top. Reading from left to right I've seen: green-black-black-red, black-green- red-black,...
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    OMG!

    that's like finding a '67 427 vette up on blocks in an old garage with zero miles on the odometer....

    well, almost. :D

    great find!
  21. Thread: cool article

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    Nevertheless, watching water suspended by...

    Nevertheless, watching water suspended by soundwaves is captivating.
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    cool article

    Here's a cool experiment using standing waves to suspend water droplets. p.s. no affiliation to H.P.
    ...
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    Outstanding! :applaud: I am currently...

    Outstanding! :applaud:

    I am currently involved in a similar project with a pair of 4350's and after some discussion and following numerous threads on this forum and other's, I've decided to keep...
  24. beautiful piece. Just for grins, check the decals...

    beautiful piece. Just for grins, check the decals on the underside for serial number. Post a pic if you can.
  25. serial number

    Hello, I'd be curious as to how you determined it's build date. Mine, (278) dates to '59 also.
    They're very efficient, so a low power tube amp is what I would expect to see.
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