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    Issue 8 ( I went back to 200 dpi a couple of issues ago ) .

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    Interesting ( to me ) is that the scans from the glossy paper issues ( 1 - 7 ) have less over-contrast problems ( than the plain-paper publications of No.8 + No.9 ) .


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    And the last one in my possession;

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    Thanks Earl for posting these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robh3606 View Post
    Thanks Earl for posting these.

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    Earl,

    Thanks you for following up and taking the time to scan and post these PRO-NOTE publications for all of us to enjoy here in the forum.
    Some really great nostalgia contained in these vintage internal/dealer publications. I love the cartoons that are included on the pages. And I want to know where I can get an official factory JBL SLIDE RULE!

    mk

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBLPRO View Post
    Earl,
    Thanks you for following up ,,,, mk
    Quote Originally Posted by RobH3606
    Thanks Earl for posting these.
    You're welcome guys! I was happy that my WinXP era printer//scanner actually worked with Win10 ( even though it kept insisting there was a USB based connection problem )

    Yeh, that JBL slide-rule is pretty cool. Anyone else notice there's some long-haired dude ( attending one of the conferences pictured ) that looks a lot like John Meyer did ( back in the day ).



    PS; Thanks Rob for the sticky status.
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    Thanks Earl have not seen these before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Odd View Post
    Thanks Earl have not seen these before.
    Yes, thanks Earl!

    I have a couple of them somewhere myself... the analog archives.
    Always fun to take a quick spin down memory lane.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JBLPRO View Post
    Earl,

    And I want to know where I can get an official factory JBL SLIDE RULE!

    mk
    I used to have these, I wonder if this is the JBL slide rule? I sold them on eBay for $40.00.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robertg View Post
    I used to have these, I wonder if this is the JBL slide rule? I sold them on eBay for $40.00.
    YES, that is the JBL factory slide rule. Well now at least I have a pic!

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    Thank you Mr Earl K for sharing these documents.
    Now I have the answer to this old question: does a 2470 with a D16R2420 become a 2420?
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    Great stuff posted!
    I used the 4550 bins, 4560s, double scoops, and JBL 2441 drivers on 60 and 90 degree horns into the 80s! I can't even imagine, carrying those around now.
    Looking thru the notes, I used a lot of that old stuff. Those super long throw JBL horns sat in our warehouse waiting for an outdoor show that never came.

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