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    My system:

    Teac T1 Transport (modified)
    Denon DA500 DAC (modified)
    Audionote P2SE amp (modified)
    JBL S2600

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    Quote Originally Posted by stephane RAME
    bonjour
    vous avez un system qui ressemble beaucoup pour certains de ces elements a celui que je possede:
    -JBL 4430
    -CROWN DC 300 SERIES 2
    -CROWN DC 150 SERIES 2
    -CROWN D75

    j'aurai quelque questions a vous posé si cela ne vous derage pas:
    -utilisez vous vos 4430 en bi-amplification ?
    -si oui quel type de filtre actif utilisez vous ?
    -quel sont les amplis que vous utilisé de preferences ?
    pour ma par j'ecoute mes 4430 en biamplification avec un filtre DBX DRIVERACK PA (frequence 1 KHz / 24 DB LC) avec le DC 300 dans le grave et le D75 dans l'aigu (je viens d'acheter le DC 150 ,que je n'est pas encore)

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    stephane
    Bonjour Stephane, et bienvenue sur le forum. Mon systeme a été modifié depuis 2003, en fait c'etait des 4430 DIY avec des filtres passifs tres simplifiés qui ne me donnaient pas satisfaction, j'ai démonté ces enceintes mais je suis sur une piste pour acheter des caisses de 4430 d'origine. Le plus grand défenseur de ce modele sur ce forum est GISKARD en langue US, sinon un autre stephane en France dit CALADOIS sur ce forum possede des 4435 avec le filtre actif jbl M552. Sinon, en actif, je suis plutot partisan du 5235 avec la carte d'attenuation pour les models 4430/35 specialement realisées , meme si j'ai jamais essayé, à moins de reproduire avec ton filtre la meme courbe, ton dbx est recent et doit pouvoir faire cela, d'autres membres sauront te renseigner.
    Sinon, as tu essayé d'autres gros monitors jbl ? J'ai recupéré des 4333 depuis, seule la trompe et lentille ne sont pas d'origine. Dans quelle region es tu ? Remplis ton profil.
    Happy new year !!!!!!!!
    HerveM

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    Cool Translate, Herve

    Great Herve, please say it in english !

    My "small" parts of HiFi !

    Living room : A pair of L 90 wit a huge Bandpass sub with two 2205A drivers going down to 30-35 Hz.
    What a shame !
    I only bought the L90, because they fix(?) with this furniture.
    No other room to put speakers anywhere.

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    Listening room

    A shame more !
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    bonjour
    pour repondre a tes questions:
    -non je n'ai jamais eut d'autres gros monitor JBL (j'ai acheter mes 4430 neuve en 1992).
    -j'habite en regions parisiens.
    -j'ai eu le filtre 5235 avec la carte pour 4430/4435 , il a quelque année mais a l'epoque j'avais des ampli MC INTOSH (MC 7270 et MC 2105) ,je n'avais pas trouver le resultat terrible , le probleme etant selon moi le 2235H qui est tres exigeant avec l'ampli de grave.
    bonne année
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    Quote Originally Posted by herve M
    Bonjour Stephane, et bienvenue sur le forum. Mon systeme a été modifié depuis 2003, en fait c'etait des 4430 DIY avec des filtres passifs tres simplifiés qui ne me donnaient pas satisfaction, j'ai démonté ces enceintes mais je suis sur une piste pour acheter des caisses de 4430 d'origine. Le plus grand défenseur de ce modele sur ce forum est GISKARD en langue US, sinon un autre stephane en France dit CALADOIS sur ce forum possede des 4435 avec le filtre actif jbl M552. Sinon, en actif, je suis plutot partisan du 5235 avec la carte d'attenuation pour les models 4430/35 specialement realisées , meme si j'ai jamais essayé, à moins de reproduire avec ton filtre la meme courbe, ton dbx est recent et doit pouvoir faire cela, d'autres membres sauront te renseigner.
    Sinon, as tu essayé d'autres gros monitors jbl ? J'ai recupéré des 4333 depuis, seule la trompe et lentille ne sont pas d'origine. Dans quelle region es tu ? Remplis ton profil.
    Happy new year !!!!!!!!
    HerveM

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    My System:

    Loudspeaker:
    Altec Model 19
    Altec Model 14
    A Pair of karlson + Altec 811B
    A Pair of SlimLine Selfconstructed Speaker (Biamplified)

    Power Amplifier:
    Crown PSA-2
    McIntosh MC300

    Phono: EMT 948 + TSD15, Beogram 4000 (Only for the design)

    Tuner: McIntosh MR80

    Preamplifier: McIntosh C34V

    Tape deck: Studer A710

    Reel to Reel:
    Studer A820 (the holy grail, with 2 and 4 Track Head assemble )
    Studer A807 (with additional 4 Track Head)
    Teac A3440, 2300SD

    CD: Proceed PDP-2 (rare played, Digital is )

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    Talking JBL Everywhere

    This is exciting!

    Except for the L100 Century speakers, none of my JBLs are "classic" in the sense that most of the hard core JBL fans here desire. However, you'll see a cross-section of fine JBL products that don't enjoy the cachet of the more highly regarded speakers. My JBLs form an interesting counterpoint to the speakers most often talked about here, and I think they represent some of the high points of JBL's overlooked engineering and design.

    In my home, I subscribe to a JBL-modified version of England’s imperative for Global Empire: JBL Everywhere!

    Main HT/Music System: Cinema Beatrice

    JBL Peformance Series System
    • PC600
    • PT800 (8)
    • PS1400 (3)
    Soundcraftsmen PCR800 MOSFET amps (4)
    Fosgate Audionics FAP T1 Pre/Pro
    Carver CT-3 A/V Preamp (as phono stage preamp)
    Technics SL-QD33 Quartz Direct Drive Turntable
    Zenith DVB318 Component 1080i Upscaling DVD Player
    Panasonic PV-54680 S-VHS PCM Deck
    Sanyo LV-P500U LaserDisc/Karaoke Player (don't laugh)
    Apple 4G iPod Photo
    Apple Airport Express
    Monster HTS5000 MKII
    Seleco SVD500 HD CRT Projector

    Secondary HT System: The Two Jims Theatre (The two Jims are Lansing and Fosgate, both legends in my mind.)

    JBL L7 speakers (4)
    JBL L5 speakers (2)
    Custom made center channel (w/ JBL 708G-1 (2), 706G-1, and 035Ti tweeter)
    Fosgate Audionics CSS220 THX Subwoofers (2)
    Soundcraftsmen A200 MOSFET amp
    Soundcraftsmen A400 MOSFET amp
    Soundcraftsmen PCR800 amps (2)
    Citation 5.0 Pre/Pro
    Panasonic RV-31 DVD/CD Player
    Pioneer S301 LaserDisc Player
    RCA Hi-Fi VHS HQ VCR
    SharpVision XV-120ZU LCD Projector

    Two-Channel Rock Music System: Palace of the Gods (Among other things, pieces of Ritchie Blackmore's guitar on display here.)

    JBL SVA1800 speakers (2)
    Technics SA-EX600 Receiver
    Technics SL-PG300 CD Player
    Dual 1219 Turntable
    Apple 1G iPod

    Home Office Audio System: Trance Central

    JBL SAT 10 Speakers (5)
    JBL LX300 Speakers (2)
    JBL Bass 10 DualDrive subwoofer
    Technics SA-AX920 Receiver
    Technics SH-AC300 Digital Surround Processor
    Soundcraftsmen AS1000 Audio Sepctrum Scan-Analyzer
    Apple Macintosh PBG4 17” audio and video server
    Apple Macintosh PPC 7600 w/ 500MHz G3 processor upgrade, dual ATI accelerated 3D graphics cards, TerraTec sound card and breakout box, and Adaptec 2490 F&W SCSI card
    ProMax F&W SCSI RAID Array
    Western Digital FireWire A/V External Drive
    Media 100 card and breakout box
    Apple iSight
    Symphonic CD-5001 CD Carousal

    Bedroom System AKA The Love Machine

    JBL L100 Century Speakers (2) (the originals!)
    Cambridge Soundworks PSW-1 subwoofer
    Kenwood KA-5700 Integrated Amplifier
    Pioneer SVL701 LD/DVD/CD Player
    Apple Macintosh PBG4 15” audio and video server
    Panasonic 32” Panaflat CRT TV
    Out.

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    I'm a new member who's moved into a fixer-upper house. Luckily, my wife let me put the two channel stereo in our bedroom (without the subs) until I get the basement finished. Nothing fancy, but here's everything I own in no particular order:

    Speakers:
    • Legacy Focus Speakers, Main
    • Legacy Silver Screen, Center
    • Legacy MIST, Surround
    • JBL Control 1, Garage
    • JBL Control 1, Kitchen
    • JBL 240Ti, Presently in process of being sold
    • (2) JBL 2245H Subs, each in a 12 cubic foot box, tuned to 22Hz per Audio magazine article by Lorr Kramer and Greg Timbers. I wish to build two more for a total of four. Yes, I'm nuts!
    • Large Advents, Vinyl Cabinets
    • Audio Control Richter Scale III Crossover, 40Hz
    • Adcom GTP-760 Pre/Pro
    • Adcom GFP-555 Pre, Second System Not Set Up
    • Adcom GFA-565 Monoblocks (4) biamping FOCUS
    • Adcom GFA-555 II (2) bridged mono for Subs
    • Adcom GFA-545, Center Channel
    • Adcom GFA-535, Surrounds
    • Adcom GFA-535, Second System Not Set Up
    • Marantz 2235B Receiver, Kitchen
    • Pioneer SX-950 Receiver, Garage
    • Rotel RCD-855 CD Player (yes, it's old)
    • Philips CD Recorder
    • Philips DVD Player
    • RCA DTC-100 HDTV Receiver
    • Marantz 110 Tuner, Second System Not Set Up
    • Denon Cassette Deck. I miss my old TEAC A-150!
    Basically, only the FOCUS, one pair of GFA-565's, the GTP-760, and the Rotel CD player (just used as a transport) is set up in the bedroom along with 8 DIY 16" x 48" tube traps. Once I get the basement finished, the 2245H's with their cabinets will be flush mounted in the wall. I hope to get a decent projector, a nice turntable (Rega P3?) and maybe a Crown K2 for the subs. The K2 has an incredible damping factor and no fan, so I think it may smoke the GFA-555's that I was using on them before moving.

    Believe it or not, when I purchased the 240Ti's new in 1987, my wife tried to convince me to spring for the 250Ti's, but I thought the ~$3,500 was too much at the time. I've kicked myself ever since!!! Had I bought them, I'd still have them and wouldn't have had to spring for the FOCUS. That would have saved me enough to by another 8 2245H's .

    Here's some info on me: http://www.vollmerrocks.com/ I'm the bald guy hiding behind the 28" bass drum.

    Steve

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    Still rockin'!

    Cool site, Steve. That you, the kid with the drums 30 years ago there on the Pics page?

    Surely SOMETHING other than the 240ti's can go. Advents maybe? Heh, heh....

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    Cool site, Steve. That you, the kid with the drums 30 years ago there on the Pics page?

    Surely SOMETHING other than the 240ti's can go. Advents maybe? Heh, heh....
    __________________
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    "It doesn't MATTER!"
    "An indeterminate variant of mucus...."
    Yep, that's me 20 some years ago (not 30!! ). But there's pictures of me now there too. I'm 41, still ROCK and still love JBL stuff. Unfortunately, I've bought this fixer upper house and don't have much room. I'm happy that a true JBL nut has bought the 240Ti's instead of me having them stored without them being used. My number one concern was ensuring they went to someone who would appreciate them like me. I think I've found that person, so I'm happy that my "kids" will have a nice new home.

    This site is really cool. Thanks for letting me participate.

    Steve

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    Here is the business end of my HT and music room:
    Drivers:
    VHF=2404, 5k and up, 12db passive high pass
    HF=2426 on 2433a horns, 1k and up
    MF=E-120, 140 to 1k
    LF=B-380 clone w/2235, 25 to 140
    LF=4645C, 20 to 140
    Remaining 7.1 Dolby, Side 4406, Rear E-30, center E-25

    Amp rack gear:
    Beheringer:
    DEQ-2496
    CX-3400
    2xPEQ-220
    EX-1200
    Yamaha:
    P-2500
    P-5000
    2xP-7000

    Yamaha RX-V1400 receiver
    Zenith DB-318 DVD player
    Sony DVP-NS700P CD/DVD player
    Sony SLV-777HS VCR
    Sanyo Z2 LCD projector
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    4406, 4412A, L100, L100t3 (3 pair), L1, L7, 4645C, 4660A, 4695B, SR4735 and various DIY JBL Pro loaded systems.

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    okay lets see.


    Presently using

    2 JBL 4719x
    2 paradigm servo 15's
    2 JBL 2365 Horns for mids
    2 Jbl 2485 drivers for above horns
    3 Stage Accompany Ribbon horn tweeters
    1 Electrovoice hp6040 horn
    1 Electrovoice 1012 driver
    1 Electrovoice EVM 15b
    1 Electrvoice Eliminator cab
    2 JBL 2395 Slant plates with horns attached
    2 JBL 375 drivers on plates
    1 Parasound HCA 3500 Bass
    1 Parasound HCA 1200 Centre bass
    3 Parasound HCA 750 Mids
    1 Parasound HCA 1000 Mid/highs
    1 JBL DSC 280 Processor/crossover/EQ
    1 Rane AC22b crossover
    2 Panamax 5100 power centres
    1 Panamax 5300 power centre
    1 Pioneer Elite CT 070d Cassette player recorder
    1 Pioneer Elite DV-05 DVD Player
    1 Pioneer Elite PDRW 37 CD Recorder/ player
    1 Pioneer Elite VSX-29TX AV Receiver
    1 Sony SCD-CE775 SACD Player
    1 Panasonic DMR EV 75 V SUPER AUDIO PLAYER/DVD RECORDER/VHS PLAYER
    1 Bell Expressvu 6100 HDTV SAT Reciever
    1 BBE sonic maximiser
    1 RG -Pro Dynamics Expander
    1 Toshiba 60 Big tube
    1 Empire 698 turntable MINT

    More in storage

    like

    2 JBL 537-500 MASHER JUMBO
    2 JBL 2441'S
    2 JBL 2405'S
    2 JBL 2404'S
    2 JBL H93'S
    2 JBL LE 85'S
    2 JBL LE 175'S
    2 JBL 2444'S
    4 JBL 2425J'S
    2 JBL 2301 MASHERS
    2 JBL EARLY GRAY MASHERS
    2 JBL 2340's CURVED HORNS
    2 JBL 2461's
    2 ALTEC 416 8a's
    2 VITAVOX FOLDED CORNER CABINETS
    2 BEYER 15 INCH WOOFERS
    1 Electrovoice hp6040 horn
    1 Electrovoice 1012 driver
    2 Electrovoice 1824m drivers
    2 ELECTROVOICE ST 350'S
    2 ELECTROVOICE SM 120 HORNS ( VERY NICE )
    2 ELECTROVOICE 30W's BIG WOOFERS
    2 Rane AC23b
    2 Phillips Power amp 100 watts
    AND MORE

    AT COTTAGE HANGING ON HYDRO POLE

    1 University Cobra Flex horn
    1 University 60t Driver ( I think that's the number)

    INSIDE COTTAGE

    Kenwood KA7300 Intergrated Amp
    Home brew Speaker with Phillips drivers ( not bad )

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