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    Senior Member gdmoore28's Avatar
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    Oh, my! Those L200T3s are some homely-looking rascals, aren't they? Nice components, though. If they were mine, I'd have to build some enclosures worthy of the name.

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    Did you seem them with the grilles on???



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    The design of those L200T3 cabinets are just as unimaginative as the L100T's. When I was about 14 years old, I stole a pair of woofers out of an old console we had in the basement. The cabinets I built for them were of the same proportions as these JBL's. I think JBL could have done a little better than a teenager with cheap jigsaw and some scrap plywood.

    And those grills don't help.

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