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    On VH1 Classic there's a show called "That Metal Show" they have a pair of Jubal's on the set in the background.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Caldwell View Post
    On VH1 Classic there's a show called "That Metal Show" they have a pair of Jubal's on the set in the background.
    Anyway I, was watching part of the few short moments this show. “Distorted”! Yes I know what the other two are talking about even thou I, haven’t heard it I can jet the jest of what they are saying, while the other guy is defending the mix.

    That Metal Show-YngwieMalmsteen Part-1
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMAcLiJ8JZQ

    A trip to the youtube a print-screen a little cut and paste and there she is in the cabinet.
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    Peeping Tom by Michael Powell. A serial killer with excellent taste in speakers.

    This picture is one of the creepist ever made and is far more disturbing than Psycho which was made the same year. But unlike Psycho which gave Hitchcock a boost Peeping Tom is said to have ruined Michael Powell's career.

    Available on Netflix streaming.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Brennan View Post
    Peeping Tom by Michael Powell. A serial killer with excellent taste in speakers.

    This picture is one of the creepist ever made and is far more disturbing than Psycho which was made the same year. But unlike Psycho which gave Hitchcock a boost Peeping Tom is said to have ruined Michael Powell's career.

    Available on Netflix streaming.
    I have the Criterion version of that on LaserDisc. Don't think I noticed the speakers when I watched it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Brennan View Post
    Peeping Tom by Michael Powell. A serial killer with excellent taste in speakers.

    This picture is one of the creepist ever made and is far more disturbing than Psycho which was made the same year. But unlike Psycho which gave Hitchcock a boost Peeping Tom is said to have ruined Michael Powell's career.

    Available on Netflix streaming.
    I can’t see how Anthony Perkins “Norman Bates” was referred to as “the man in the shower” for number of years.

    His career didn’t seemed ruined after that, rather the name "Norman Bates" become a household name.


    Mother-Put me closer to the JBL 4345 Norman.
    Norman-The neighbours will hear it mother!
    Mother-Are you ashamed of the music I play?
    Norman-You know they don’t like, heavy rock music like Metallica, mother.
    Mother-Stop you’re wining. Stand up straight and wipe you’re nose.
    If the neighbours are going to get queer on us, you’ll just have to install x500 JBL 4642 18” duel subs!
    Norman-Noooo!
    Mother-Then maybe I will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4313B View Post
    I'm always looking out for the B&O gear.
    Maude Lebowski (Julianne Moore) had some in "The Big Lebowski".

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    Whilst watching one of the Oscar preparation videos leading up to the 82nd awards, I noticed JBL Eon was at the Oscars!
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    In the 2003 Harrison Ford B-grade LAPD detective movie "Hollywood Homicide" there's a studio scene (the story is about a criminal CEO at a rapper label) showing a JBL 4430 type horn in the background--about minute 35--although the cabinet does not look quite right to me.

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    In a (very bad) movie called "Funkytown" which is taking place in the late 1970s, eight 4520s can be seen, painted white. Two were then purchased by Eaulive, and another two by myself, then repainted black

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    Sorry to revive such an old thread, but....

    Saw this thread pop up in an unrelated search I was doing and had to add one.

    Check out the video for Tiffany's version of "I Think We're Alone Now". There are quite a few shots with what appear to be some type of Cabaret series cabinets (Look like maybe 4690, or 4691?).

    http://youtu.be/w6Q3mHyzn78<a href="http://youtu.be/w6Q3mHyzn78" target="_blank">

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    Update to earlier post with 4310's in film "nashville"

    4310 and lily tomlin
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    From Tom Petty's four hour bio on Netflix. There are other JBL systems shown throughout the movie but these photos are my favorites:

    http://atlasicons.photoshelter.com/g...000IYHpVbezmiI

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    Nice, I was watching that last night and saw a pair of VOTT's in one of the recording studios they were working in as Mudcrutch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4313B View Post
    From Tom Petty's four hour bio on Netflix. There are other JBL systems shown throughout the movie but these photos are my favorites:

    http://atlasicons.photoshelter.com/g...000IYHpVbezmiI
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