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    New 4348 Monitor!

    These look damned interesting!
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    Specs

    Specifications:

    Type 4-way floor type
    Units used
    38 cm pure pulp cone woofer 1500FE
    25 cm fiber composite cone/mid-range transducer 2251J-1
    75 mm aluminum compression driver 435AI
    25 mm pure titanium compression driver 045Ti
    Impedance 6 Ω
    Allowable input 400 W (RMS)
    Output sound pressure
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    95 dB (2.83 V/1m)
    Frequency response 33 Hz 40 KHz (-6 dB)
    Crossover frequencies 300 Hz, 1 kHz, 10 kHz
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 597 x 1080 x 400 mm (with grill 425 mm)
    Weight 90.4 kg

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    Hi, Ken,

    There are earlier threads devoted to this speaker, which, I agree with you, looks very promising.

    Here's one:

    http://audioheritage.csdco.com/vbull...8&pagenumber=1

    David

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    So has the actual availability of this speaker in the U.S. ever been determined?

    John

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    Not by me. I'm disinclined to pester anybody about it when I know I'm very unlikely to spring for them, but it might be possible to approximate them. I think Giskard said the horn, which is also used in some other speakers, is available and so is the cone bass/mid driver. I think one could use the 2430 on the mid horn. One could have a choice of woofers, the best candidates I think would be the 1500Al and the 1400nd. That leaves the tweeter, but I think the 53tis and wave guide from the LSR line would be worth a try.

    Then there's the crossover . . . oh yes, the crossover. I don't know if the circuit for the 4348 has been published, but it might be possible to piece together a starting point from other sources, depending on the driver selection.

    David

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    Driver compliment

    The model numbers are listed above in the second post

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    Originally posted by johnaec
    So has the actual availability of this speaker in the U.S. ever been determined?

    John
    Unfortunately, it's Asia only.
    Regards

    Don McRitchie

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    Oh Ken, it's no new !! 4348 new in summer 2002 !!!
    The 4338 is new

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    Don: Are these the models we wouldn't like the "voicing?"

    Also, is the 4425 MKII in that class?

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    hmmm

    My wife said I was always a little slow...

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    The point was...

    These are listed on the North American Site in English!

    Maybe they are going to become available here? I see no reason to list them on the NA site unless that is the case?

    Ken

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    Re: The point was...

    All the parts/components are listed on the latest price sheet (but most are currently out of stock) so they might be available if someone really wants a pair.

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    Cross-over for the 4348

    In May 2003, I found the technical manual for the 4348 somewhere on the Internet, giving the details of i.a. the cross-over circuitry.

    Send me a PM with your e-mail address if you would like to have a copy of the PDF file.

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    "JPGs" of the S4800 schematic have been posted HERE, on this site.

    I would agree that pdf files are more "portable" for filing purposes.

    <. Earl K

    EDIT: The above link goes to the S4800 schematic instead of a 4348, as I originally thought
    My Bad !


    Some other interesting pics of the internals of a 4348 from speakerdave in this other 4348 thread

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