Agree, very cool!
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Agree, very cool!
Hey, don't be dissing my girlfriend! Although a remarkable resemblance.
But how do they sound? hopefully not the way they look!
But will that holographic poly-phonic recording work on an Ipod?:dont-know:
That is so cool I'm on board too!
Sorry, but I am partial to 3 ways with at least one big driver, that thing looks wimpy.
I think the white and the blue speakers in the Kenrick Sound pictures would look better in my living room!
SpeakerLabFan you never cease to amaze me with your collection!
WOW! That is some Nice gear!
I sure wish I had a pair of the white ones. Just for the fun of it!
Very cool, this could be the beginning of a new wave of sound.
The 099ti comes to mind.
Better pictures please back up a little.
He was quite an innovator.
Nice find! Enjoy them!
I would rather have found a pair of L300's but oh well!
I agree and they look nice too. Not sure what to do with them though, maybe save them for one of my grand kids?
They really sound good for old speakers, not quite as good as my XPL's except for the bass and mid base is very good. The mid with the wizzer cone is surprisingly good. Listening to Grover...
You would believe me if I told you these 40+ year old speakers were new! Not even a nick on them and original boxes!
A bullet in a barrel.
Heather, you always have a positive comment when it comes to this hobby! Thank you!
Usually if you have one shorted transistor and fuses are still blowing one of the other ones is shorted. Do you have schematics?
I believe that is correct. I have a similar setup to yours using XPL-160's, I have L5's for the rear with a rear 2235 music sub "B380 clone". I am not currently using my L7's but may pull them out...
Those L100T's are nice but If you want a bookshelf speaker maybe a 4412 or 4410. I have a pair of 4412a's in a fairly small room working as bookshelf's mounted on the wall and I am very pleased with...