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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakanta
    Hi,
    my project, codename species 8472, with iconicspeakers is getting quite excellent.
    I have a question to. What beer were you enjoying?


    Nice rig to drink beer with!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Widget
    I have a question to. What beer were you enjoying?

    Widget

    he prefer's a blonde ....

    and play hot game with a strange snake on the floor...

    many mystery in this picture...

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    guess what it is in back curtains ?!!!



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    Species 8472

    [QUOTE=B&KMan]he prefer's a blonde ....

    and play hot game with a strange snake on the floor...

    many mystery in this picture...

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    Hi Mr. Widget,
    the beer is 'Schneider Weisse'. I'm sorry but after a lot of measurement and tests nothing better than relaxing hearing loud music with a 'blonde'.

    @B&K men
    I use the 2607 to be able to use a external bandwith filter.
    Here a Foto:
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    Species 8472

    I forgot to describe the sound: Image the sound impact of two Altec Model 19 per channel (I own a pair) with the deep, smooth, large soundstage without that sound of the horn.
    To design the crossover is a battle but also lots of fun.(For the successful parts).
    The Midrange part with coax is a separate, small, vented enclosure to boost the eficiency in low bass to keep up with the two bass drivers. The crosspoint is 100Hz.
    Here is the actual battlefield (crossover):
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    Well Put

    BATTLEFIELD, that made my day. Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by Lakanta
    Here is the actual battlefield (crossover):

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie4350
    BATTLEFIELD, that made my day. Thanks
    B&KMan knows that territory well....

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    [QUOTE=Lakanta]
    Quote Originally Posted by B&KMan
    Hi Mr. Widget,
    the beer is 'Schneider Weisse'. I'm sorry but after a lot of measurement and tests nothing better than relaxing hearing loud music with a 'blonde'.
    A number of years ago I spent a summer in Austria and did enjoy many a weisse bier... but my heart belongs to a brunette... I love that dark stout from Ireland.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lakanta
    Here is the actual battlefield (crossover):
    That is impressive... kind of surprising any sound gets out to the speakers.


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    Another beer

    [QUOTE=Mr. Widget]
    Quote Originally Posted by Lakanta
    A number of years ago I spent a summer in Austria and did enjoy many a weisse bier... but my heart belongs to a brunette...


    Widget

    Hi Widget
    here is another beer: Fürstenberger

    (And Altec Model 19 and 14)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zilch
    B&KMan knows that territory well....

    Well... well... well...

    oh yes I know...

    shadow battlefield...

    (look my avatar battlefield...)

    BTW it is a king kong tower B&K... heterodyne filter, passband filter, generator, amplifier... printer...

    mmmmm classical vintage speaker and B&K...


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    Some of you are dangerous...

    ...and I hope you don't move into my neighborhood (for SPL reasons only). And I thought I was an old-school JBL hacker!

    After spending my early years as a sound engineer, with home systems that included most JBL monitors including 4350's, I currently use JBL LSR28P's for mains and a LSR12P subwoofer. I used to have LSR32P's but the earlier post that described their bottom end as 'dry' was spot on...great bass when placed close to a wall and played loud. LSR28's are, IMHO, the best affordable loudspeakers I've ever heard in a smaller room. I use some expensive AC connectors with them because they made an audible improvement.

    Preamp is an old Adcom GFP 1400 (balanced XLR outputs, you know). Will be replaced by a Lexicon processor in 2006 (will also add some LSR6235P's for multichannel use).

    Source is an Arcam CD/DVD. Can't remember the model, but great video, great sound, all in less than five inches of shelf space.

    No vinyl. Did it. Don't miss it.

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    Sources...

    Quote Originally Posted by carolax

    No vinyl. Did it. Don't miss it.


    I do not agree. But there are alternatives to CD. Ever heard an reel to reel on modified Studer?
    With this sound impact there is no way but to listen music with high SPL's
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    Music & Home Theater System

    Hello, I am new to this site and everyone seems awesome. I have been building
    speakers for almost 30 yrs. I have had just about every system up to the late
    80's. I still love my 4350's and would not sell them even if I cant use them everyday. The system I have assembled for music and home theater.
    For the front channels left and right 1 pair L300's and 1 pair 4333A's set on
    top of the L300's powered by 2 Krell MDA500's. The center channel is a 4333
    with a 2205 alnico reconed to a 2225H for added sensitivity to match the mains
    All Lpads on this speaker in the plus 3 setting. This speaker is powered by a
    Electron Kinetics Eagle 7A bridged mono #20. The subwoofer is a 2235H in a
    4503 cabinet I believe. This is powered by another Eagle 7A in mono#43 they
    putout over 1100 watts at 8 ohms. The rear channel I built in the ceiling using
    components to make up 240Ti's. These are powered by a pair of Krell KMA400's
    Functions are controled by a Krell Audio Video Standard, Mission CD, SonyES CD
    Pioneer DLV90, Denon 5000 DVD, Sansui TU919 Tuner, Mitchell Cotter Table.
    Other systems JBL250Ti,4350-A, 4676A-2, 4675, 4430, L65's SS23
    Lets get together




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    Iwata Horns The fabulous label horns

    Iwata horn producer (Belgium)
    My installation

    http://users.pandora.be/philmundi/inst/install.htm

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    Sony GX10ES receiver
    Sony CDPC701ES Cd player
    Fisher 400 receiver (use for its tuner and for acoustic/classical recordings)
    NAD 5060 Cd player
    Niles Amp switcher
    JBL LN3's with LE25-4 tweeters, LE5-6 Mids, 2214H woofers, and L100a crossovers.

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    speakers:
    JBL L 75, L 101, 4333A, 4333B, 4430A
    ALTEC 604E Duplex
    others: Threshol Statis 3, Dyna PAS3, Fisher X-100-A
    the musics on PM G5

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