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    4406 Owners...Any out there?

    I have owned a pair since 1988 or 1989, and I have not done much with them. What is a good application for them...how do you use them?

    Nick

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    On a similar topic, in case you missed it: http://audioheritage.org/vbulletin/s...ad.php?t=27017
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    Quote Originally Posted by BMWCCA View Post
    On a similar topic, in case you missed it: http://audioheritage.org/vbulletin/s...ad.php?t=27017

    That is great! Perfect reference...thanks you.

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    Last thing...which sub would be a good match for the 4406? I do not need anything vintage or $$, just something basic that will compliment them.

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    I have a pair of 4406's that I use above a 30" Dell monitor on my computer. They are driven by a Yamaha receiver fed from an output of a M-Audio sound card.
    At one point I used them in a Living room, sitting on a pair of B380 clones that I built years ago. The sound was excellent. The 2235s were a nice match for them. I crossed them over @ 125HZ.
    I believe they were originally designed to be used as near-field monitors above a mixing console.

    I have always been impressed by these. Some of my favorite home speakers are L100t3. They are somewhat similar in character to them. They use the same tweeters.
    4406, 4412A, L100, L100t3 (3 pair), L1, L7, 4645C, 4660A, 4695B, SR4735 and various DIY JBL Pro loaded systems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Mascali View Post
    I have a pair of 4406's that I use above a 30" Dell monitor on my computer. They are driven by a Yamaha receiver fed from an output of a M-Audio sound card.
    At one point I used them in a Living room, sitting on a pair of B380 clones that I built years ago. The sound was excellent. The 2235s were a nice match for them. I crossed them over @ 125HZ.
    I believe they were originally designed to be used as near-field monitors above a mixing console.

    I have always been impressed by these. Some of my favorite home speakers are L100t3. They are somewhat similar in character to them. They use the same tweeters.
    That sounds like a nice set-up.

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