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    Since the JBL Dog identified (JBL Cabaret 4602A's) from the Blues Brothers last night I found the direct link to the (JBL Cabaret Series) so you donít have to leave the page to find them.

    http://www.audioheritage.org/html/profiles/jbl/cabaret.htm

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    The movie "Nashville". The musician played by (I forget which) Mr. Carradine has a pair of 4310's in his hotel room and a conspicuous TEAC 10 1/2" reel to reel. There are several such scenes throughout the film.

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    A picture called Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band with Peter Frampton and the Bee Gees. Altec A5s on a stage where a band performs.

    And an A5 in the gym where the dance is held in Grease.

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    Oh, a new entry I donít have any screenshot captures of it but I saw it around a friends last night on channel 5 I think?



    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0322330/

    It was towards the end of the film there was some kind or rock music thingy at one of those outdoors live PA. There was I think I counted three shots of what looked like JBL JRX 15Ē bass mind on tripod.

    First it showed a quarter of the JBL speaker then a more fuller shot view of it and I thought to myself. That looks like a JRX series.

    So its called Freaky Friday (2003).

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    "Runaway Bride": RCA MI-12499 Studio Monitor

    Not JBL, but in Richard Gere's apartment in NY, he has a single vintage RCA studio monitor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by farleybob View Post
    "Runaway Bride": RCA MI-12499 Studio Monitor
    Not JBL, but in Richard Gere's apartment in NY, he has a single vintage RCA studio monitor.
    Well, its a thread about Lansing speakers seen in film and TV.
    So why post about an RCA - do you have a picture of it from the movie?

    I mean, other than this one -
    http://www.oswaldsmillaudio.com/imag...07/MI12499.pdf
    Freq resp 50-13kc

    BTW - contrary to what the others are saying,
    it wasn't a vicious snap at you, it was just a comment, right.
    After all, I did go to Oswald's site and look it up.
    But if you can do a screen cap of the movie and post it ...
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    Sorry, in going through the thread, I saw a handful of other posts that had discussed non-Lansing items. Didn't realize I had crossed a line. Thanks for letting me know I did.

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    Dont mind Hjames,,,She,s just snapping her J strap
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maron Horonzakz View Post
    Dont mind Hjames,,,She,s just snapping her J strap
    I see some of the rest of you are taking notice...........

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    Yes JBL 4602, JBL first real floor monitor.

    Quote Originally Posted by JBL 4645 View Post
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    Oh right, good eye mate, I was wondering if someone would notice what model they where, so the (JBL Cabaret 4602A's) where the ones I the Blues Brothers, any idea on the ones in Cocoon, then? The ones in Cocoon are not wedged at the backs like the (JBL Cabaret 4602A's).

    Thanks.

    Edit

    Just did a quick search and found what they look like in full. That looks like a bullet tweeter?

    I have a 4602(not the A) There is one Church that I sometimes play bass at. Some sound company sold them crappy little personal monitors that sit on mic stands, OK for groups with acoustic instruments, I have never like them. When I play there I bring my 4602 and replace one of the little monitors with the 4602 it blows away ALL of the other little monitors they have.

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    I was just thinking I donít have this on DVD it looks too much like grille flick. I know Youtube is bound to have it and behold! Thereís those JBL PA speakers, are those JRX series?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBL 4645 View Post
    I was just thinking I donít have this on DVD it looks too much like grille flick. I know Youtube is bound to have it and behold! Thereís those JBL PA speakers, are those JRX series?
    Those look like MR series....... either MR825's or MR925's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JBL Dog View Post
    Those look like MR series....... either MR825's or MR925's.
    I have heard of that series just wasnít 100% sure. Not bad catch because I wasnít even looking for it, they just appeared right on the end of the film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBL 4645 View Post
    I have heard of that series just wasnít 100% sure. Not bad catch because I wasnít even looking for it, they just appeared right on the end of the film.
    The MR series was a step down from the SR series.
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