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    4345 bliss.

    I am finally settled in with my new system, it is lovely.
    I know it may sound sappy but I am grateful for all of those who were involved in their development and continued improvement.
    I feel very fortunate, they are a joy to listen to.
    Driver complement is as follows, 2245H, 2122H, 435Be on 2311 (aftermarket) with 1.5 to 2.00 inch adapters, 077.
    Giskard's charged couple network design, JBL M552 crossed over at 300 cycles.
    Hafler 9505 and 9303 on top.
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    Very fine looking system, enjoy!
    2ch: Oppo, JoLida 502CRC, JBL L212, 18ti,240ti; Heath AS101, Von Schweikert VR4
    7.1: Oppo BDP103D, B&K, UREI 809A, JBL B460

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    Sweeet! Now fix your surge proector!

    Yank
    Basement: JBL SVA-1800 and 2226H DIY Enclosures Computer room: Control-5:Control SB-2 Living room: JBL 240ti

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    brilliant.

    Nice Rig.

    45 fever around here lately !

    Rich

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    Very nice looking setup



    -Tim
    2213 + 2435HPL w/aquaplas + H9800 (Matsj edition)

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    Very nice indeed. I'd even take them with Florentine grilles

    Has anyone described the utility of trimming parts from the acoustic lens?
    I recall pictures of Asian-sourced/created lenses here, but nothing on why...
    (could well be I've forgotten).

    -grumpy

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    Very nice indeed!

    Now, what has become of your very special XPL250's ? Are they playing "second fiddle" now ?




    jblnut

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    [quote=jblnut;199964]Very nice indeed!

    Now, what has become of your very special XPL250's ? Are they playing "second fiddle" now ?




    My VSXPL250's are sitting in the hallway collecting dust. I am so impressed with the performance of Giskards passive networks that I am going to try and glue the 250's together that way instead of the active four-way. I basically intend to build a passive three way not unlike what is used for the 4345 monitors. Of course built around the different drivers and their specific needs. I did some work on the prototype T030 drivers to smooth out there impedance bump. Turns out too much volume in the magnet pot. Stuffed an orig in the gap and made A Cork gasket for the diaphragm plate. I still need to run a comprehensive impedance plot.
    NZ.

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    You have a beautiful set-up sir!
    Just Play Music.

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    Those l@@k to be R.R. Satin Black Ash front baffle 4345's?

    So they stayed on the east coast.

    Little too close together??????
    Jeff-S1A

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    4345 + 435Be + Giskard/CCd custom crossovers, you got one of a kind -- totally f'n amazing!!! I would be sappy too.

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    Great looking wallpaper, dude, reminds me of the time I lived in Newtown-At the Flagpole-38 Main to be exact and stripping wallpaper in an 18th century home for my parents, same cast iron heaters too. Best of luck with the 45's
    "It only costs 80% extra to go first class"

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    I am sure I recall seeing those the I was over there.

    I'd be surprised if it was not the same pair.

    What do you think Clark?

    Nice score.

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    cant wait to come check them out!

    you guys should hear the modded 250 ti that NZ has, excellent! he gushes that this system kicks that one all over the place. I shudder to think....

    maybe someday I will get to try some CC networks

    oh nice new camera btw...

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    Nice looking set-up!!

    So you like the 2435 on the short horn?? No network changes?? I have a 2307 beater here that I have been thinking about cutting down.

    Rob

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