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Old 30th October 2012, 04:09 PM   #2521
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Thanks 4 pics . Kindly could someone describe the sound of the Nelson OB
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Thanks 4 pics . Kindly could someone describe the sound of the Nelson OB
Almost no sound. Fools imagination quite well.
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Absolutely true! it seemed not-so-loud, but you could hear everything!
It REALLY upped the quality of the event. Thank you!
It was my pleasure Mark to serve the community of enthusiasts!
Next time we need to invite people to sing and play instruments, record them for the history!
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Almost no sound. Fools imagination quite well.
. Would that mean seamless integration from high to low. That bottom end looks like it would sound attention seeking
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. Would that mean seamless integration from high to low. That bottom end looks like it would sound attention seeking
Not at all. It sounded humble. It seems Mr. Helmholtz was a humble person.
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Not at all. It sounded humble. It seems Mr. Helmholtz was a humble person.
That setup with a high power amp should sound like something else , almost like bass reflex but not quite
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Old 30th October 2012, 06:13 PM   #2527
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I have only heard Lowthers at shows and this setup was easily my favorite. It sounded more natural than most of my full range driver experiences. The bass was well integrated, and of course the active crossover provides some adjustment.

Everyone should have a pair.
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I was also impressed by sound of this speakers:

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Old 30th October 2012, 06:58 PM   #2529
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Thanks for the feedback.

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I was also impressed by sound of this speakers:
The baffle is extended by the 90 degree short corner. How much bigger does that make the baffle ?
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Old 30th October 2012, 07:14 PM   #2530
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I liked the way they sounded too, but could not find any details about the project. I hope the person who built them sees this thread and tells us more about them. They matched very well with GL's amps.
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