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    Greater Cleveland, eh? I guess you could stop at Cedar Point, take the boat out to Perry's Victory Monument, and do some bird-watching at Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge on your trip. As for the "Displaying Dealer Part," I'd call first.

    In fact, I'd probably just skip that last part and go home early.
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    I have zero interest in going to hear a pair. I'll just end up wanting them. Hell, I already want them, why make it worse...

    I blame Greg.

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    Ahhh - the new website ... silly me

    Type in jbl.com - ok
    Let see ... type in S4700 and ...

    http://www.jbl.com/estore/jbl/us/sea...questid=143171

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    Sheesh - maybe they could have a page that forwards you to where you can actually find out more ...
    but yeah, no link on the JBL Harman site - that makes sense ...

    maybe I need to guess - is it on Harman.com?? is it Synthesis.com?
    oh where oh where can the product be found??

    Okay - google says its http://www.jblsynthesis.com/ and there are 6 dealers in the the area - if by area you include PA and NJ
    (just kidding, there is apparently a dealer in VA not too far and one in MD )
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    Well... ok... so JBL is having a severe identity crisis in its death throes...

    You have to remember that a bunch of rat bags who don't even know what the **** a Lancer 77 is are trying to capitalize on a legendary brand name before it has virtually zero value left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4313B View Post
    Well... ok... so JBL is having a severe identity crisis in its death throes...

    You have to remember that a bunch of rat bags who don't even know what the **** a Lancer 77
    is are trying to capitalize on a legendary brand name before it has virtually zero value left.
    I understand - I do sympathize, really ... just not sure I want to reward such behaviour.
    Certainly not for a pair of speakers in the $20,000 range.
    But a Filene Basement sale is always welcome!!

    As long as the badges don't say

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4313B View Post
    May G.T. suggest the S4700?

    There is currently zero market for the 4365 in the U.S.

    Zero market? Yes. Zero interest? No. I would (as many here would)like to hear them first. However, 'tis unlikely. I may have to suffer with the Arrays for now and look for a bargain in a few years.
    I will take my leave of you now.

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    I grew up in that neighborhood

    Next time I visit my Dad who lives nearby I'll have to try and stop in and see what they have!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4313B View Post
    You can go to their new website, plug in your zip code and it will tell you who is near. The closest facility to me is ninety miles away and they are a "Displaying System Dealer".

    For example:
    DEALER: AUDIO VIDEO INTERIORS, INC.
    ADDRESS: 7204 PEARL ROAD
    CITY, STATE, ZIP: MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS, OH 44130
    PHONE: 440-886-6666
    WEBSITE: CLICK HERE
    DISTANCE: 88.49mi
    CATEGORY: Displaying System Dealer
    ALSO CARRIES: Lexicon

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom1040 View Post
    Yes. A big black bear within 15 feet of my home. Not to uncommon for this area, but certainly the first time in 22 years at this location that we have witnessed it. First and last, I hope-for my cats sake!

    Yes. I live on the coast of Maine and the lobster industry is very large here. A lot of tax clients!

    Sorry, hjames, I was just playing along. I did not and do not expect ANYONE to come to my 'rescue', so to speak.

    So, Where could these interesting speakers be found(perferably on the East Coast of the US of A)?
    Do you like it?
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    I love 'em! They are fairly cheap this year which is great for the consumer but bad for the fishermen.
    I will take my leave of you now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom1040 View Post
    I love 'em! They are fairly cheap this year which is great for the consumer but bad for the fishermen.
    Some Chinese in a Boston restaurant,they said it's cheap
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4313B View Post
    Not yet.Yes.Notice in the 4365 that Greg put it into a 4.2 cu ft box tuned around 30 Hz. In room response is usable to the mid twenties just like the 1500AL.
    Hi 4313B,Does that suggest that the 1500AL will also respond to a similar or slightly larger box (say 4.5-5 cu.ft)? What sort of port size are we talking about?
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    I think the 1500AL sounds excellent in a 4.5 to 5.0 cubic foot box tuned around 28 Hz.

    I built a pair of two-ways using the 1500AL and H4338/476Be in five cubic foot boxes tuned to 28 Hz and I think the low end response is first class. I used dual 3" diameter ports. I consider them a perfect upgrade from the 4430.

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    Nothing really to see at this location

    I stopped in to see what they had and I did not recognize the JBL system they had on display. The spkrs were cone/dome types with nothing larger than 8" drivers in them.

    They order systems for the customer from a catalogue. They were very limited on what could be ordered....

    I'm glad I'm old enough to remember going to audio stores and seeing plenty of audio systems displayed and demo'd upon request. Those were the good old days!!!

    Regards, Ron



    Quote Originally Posted by 4313B View Post
    You can go to their new website, plug in your zip code and it will tell you who is near. The closest facility to me is ninety miles away and they are a "Displaying System Dealer".

    For example:
    DEALER: AUDIO VIDEO INTERIORS, INC.
    ADDRESS: 7204 PEARL ROAD
    CITY, STATE, ZIP: MIDDLEBURG HEIGHTS, OH 44130
    PHONE: 440-886-6666
    WEBSITE: CLICK HERE
    DISTANCE: 88.49mi
    CATEGORY: Displaying System Dealer
    ALSO CARRIES: Lexicon

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    Well, not even Harman can afford to keep spares on hand anymore much less whole systems, so you can imagine what a brick and mortar store is up against. Especially given that pretty much anyone who buys from Harman knows to squat on their websites instead of going through Dealers.

    Quote Originally Posted by 4313B View Post
    I think the 1500AL sounds excellent in a 4.5 to 5.0 cubic foot box tuned around 28 Hz.

    I built a pair of two-ways using the 1500AL and H4338/476Be in five cubic foot boxes tuned to 28 Hz and I think the low end response is first class. I used dual 3" diameter ports. I consider them a perfect upgrade from the 4430.
    Ha Ha Ha, I guess this was posted before the M2 was discovered.

    Ah well, the 1500AL and H4338/476BE is definitely the better bet. Although I will admit to the desire to try out the M2 waveguide/horn.

    Quote Originally Posted by spkrman57 View Post
    I'm glad I'm old enough to remember going to audio stores and seeing plenty of audio systems displayed and demo'd upon request. Those were the good old days!!!
    Those days did have their moments.

    I was soooo tempted to buy all those L300 components that went up in the marketplace today but I just blew two grand on some Tannoys on Tuesday.
    I could use some real JBL transducers made in the good old U.S.A.
    I was so naive, I never imagined them moving Northridge. The possibility never entered my mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4313B;344675
    Ah well, the 1500AL and H4338/476BE is definitely the better bet.

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    Hard to go wrong with that selection of drivers and horns![/COLOR]

    I just blew two grand on some Tannoys on Tuesday.

    They are not quite the same as the good old JBL's back in the day when quality mattered!

    Regards, Ron
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