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    4310S on Ebay

    They look pretty nice and there are supposedly original boxes!!!

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...category=23794


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    I propose we all pitch-in, and snag for Don!

    No studio is complete without the definitive midsize monitor; the JBL 4310. In this case, they are part of the shop sound system that Mick uses while working. This is actually the first pair of 4310's I have come across. While noteworthy for establishing the market for smaller monitors, the 4310 was not produced in that great a number. It was in production for less than three years, when upgraded to the even more successful 4311. For this reason, there are not that many still around and it was a pleasant surprise to find this pair.
    http://www.audioheritage.org/html/pe...003/sunset.htm

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    "No studio is complete without the definitive midsize monitor; the JBL 4310."

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    Thumbs up Thanks, Giskard!

    Sharing all this vintage library is tops!

    I find this particular word choice odd, but those engineers do get pretty proud of their work...
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    Re: Thanks, Giskard!

    You're welcome

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    Re: Thanks, Giskard!

    Originally posted by boputnam
    Sharing all this vintage library is tops!


    Ditto!

    I assume that these articles were sent to Don for the library. These are a very good source of audio nutrition whether salted or unsalted. (sorry for that)


    But seriously folks... I hope they still make it to the library as it would be easier to reference. Perhaps we need an additional section in the library for vintage technical papers that is not JBL or Altec specific. I know I have a few pertinent documents and I would assume that there are many others out there with some equally interesting reading.


    I realize that what I am asking is that Don get burdened with even more work, but maybe during that long dark Canadian winter....

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    "I hope they still make it to the library as it would be easier to reference."

    I don't. I had to chop all these down and compress them to death to get them to fit on the forum. I don't think you'd want to stick them in the Library.

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    "I had to chop all these down and compress them to death to get them to fit on the forum. I don't think you'd want to stick them in the Library."

    On the contrary - I've downloaded each page-by-page and recompiled in Adobe Acrobat, and they make for very high-quality copies. Available to any who pm...
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    Great! You're very welcome.

    I'll go ahead and post some old manuals in your other thread too in case you want to convert them to pdf.

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