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    Are you sure these pictures fit? Best regards!

    Are you sure these pictures fit?

    Best regards!
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    Yes, but sometimes it's a tough job getting them...

    Yes, but sometimes it's a tough job getting them exactly perpendicular to the surface.

    Best regards!
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    That's exactly what I was suspecting. No...

    That's exactly what I was suspecting. No measurable difference means if someone believes to hear some difference it can be deduced to expectation bias.

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    I always insert T nuts using screws and a...

    I always insert T nuts using screws and a cordless driver.

    Best regards!
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    I wonder why they didn't space them equally at 45...

    I wonder why they didn't space them equally at 45 degrees?

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    Fully seconded :crying::crying::crying:! Best...

    Fully seconded :crying::crying::crying:!

    Best regards!
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    Yes, the existence or non-existence of...

    Yes, the existence or non-existence of measurements was part of my initial question. As a convinced disbeliever in anything that can't be realized by our five senses or measured by any means or...
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    Same with Hey Tonight/Have You Ever Seen The Rain...

    Same with Hey Tonight/Have You Ever Seen The Rain by CCR: Hey Tonight was A side in Germany, Have You Ever.. was A side in the USA.

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    I wasn't talking about electrolytics, but of...

    I wasn't talking about electrolytics, but of modern plastic film capacitors. Anyway, electrolytics are probably the only capacitors that would benefit from biasing at all. I can imagine that two...
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    Ok, let's do the math: Assuming a fully charged...

    Ok, let's do the math: Assuming a fully charged AA or AAA cell, you apply a power of 1.5[V]˛/8[Ω] = 0.28 watts. That really won't hurt, even after a longer period. But, as I've never done it before...
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    Does charge coupling really work?

    Yeah, the title says it all. I do respect JBL as a serious, reputable speaker manufacturing company, but biasing non-polarized foil capacitors by applying some DC voltage strictly resembles marketing...
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    Yes, but it'll work the other way round (0 ohms...

    Yes, but it'll work the other way round (0 ohms when fully CCW, 40 ohms or even off when fully CW).

    In this thread I've shown how to modify a L-pad to work properly as a rheostat.

    Best regards!
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    I'm still wondering what might have provoked JBL...

    I'm still wondering what might have provoked JBL to polarize their speakers the other way round :blink:. For comptibility reasons I changed polarity in my 2225H subwoofers by reversing the internal...
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    Compare John Camp's bass line in Can You...

    Compare John Camp's bass line in Can You Understand from the 1973 Renaissance Album Ashes Are Burning with John Lodge's in Legend of a Mind from The Moody Blues' 1968 album In Search of the Lost...
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    Of course it does, Steve ;)! Then the wrong...

    Of course it does, Steve ;)!

    Then the wrong holes (by atisley) might be interpreted as too large in diameter or in the wrong places, I assume?

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    How did JBL fasten these tweeters in the 4345's?...

    How did JBL fasten these tweeters in the 4345's? Did they drill blind holes into the baffle's back and use propel nuts?

    Btw, splendid craftmanship, to both :applaud:!

    Best regards!
  17. I don't think you've made a mistake. I also would...

    I don't think you've made a mistake. I also would have done it your way. The reason is that the resin you've used, being it epoxy or styrene, uses some very small amount of dibenzoylperoxide...
  18. We've yet had some discussion about that video...

    We've yet had some discussion about that video some weeks ago and agreed upon that opening the magnetic circuit of an AlNiCo magnet isn't much of a good idea ;).

    Best regards!
  19. Nice to see that you, and others, have stories to...

    Nice to see that you, and others, have stories to tell to these pics. I must admit that they simply don't tell me anything, I only enjoy the funny situations they were shot in and the comments ;).
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  20. Thank you. I didn't know or recognize the...

    Thank you. I didn't know or recognize the acronym.

    Best regards!
  21. Major star? Who is he? Best regards!

    Major star? Who is he?

    Best regards!
  22. Awesome photos of people listening to music

    https://splinternews.com/23-awesome-vintage-photos-of-people-listening-to-music-1793851723

    I don't know if there's JBL gear involved, though :hmm:...

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    Beardfish

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOd_AW2t0OI

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jg__qW4oLjs

    Sadly, this very talented band from Sweden folded in July 2016 :crying:...

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    Here's an example for what you call 'propel nuts'...

    Here's an example for what you call 'propel nuts' with ISO M6 thread:

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    I never use a hammer to drive a T-nut into a wooden board. Instead I use a screw, a washer and a cordless screwdriver...
  25. The Dual 1019 record changer is well sought-after...

    The Dual 1019 record changer is well sought-after here in Germany, even if it needs some TLC! S/H and customs fees from overseas are prohibitively, though :o:.

    Best regards!
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