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Old 27th November 2007, 09:20 PM   #21
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yes but I still don't understand what for?
My research shows that a speaker with the driver firmly wedged in at the back as well as secured from the front sounds better. And the best way to do this is to run a bolt thru the polepiece into a solid piece right up against the magnet (i have only run into one speaker so far that allows this.

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Old 27th November 2007, 09:39 PM   #22
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ok I think I understand now

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I don't have Ivan Kozlovsky, I like better Ella and Basie :-)
also today I listened Dire Straits \ On Every Street these guys sounds good :-) real and natural, KODO is good too but for better bass need to use normal open baffle instead my little open box...
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Old 27th November 2007, 10:20 PM   #23
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Igor - you are in dire straiits without Kozlovsky!! :^) (his 1971 live concert LP was FAB) -- -in our country Ella & Basie & Joe williams types were replaced with the following advanced music genre video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8gxDIRxOag

whats the Thiele & Small spec on your open baffle woofer?
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Old 28th November 2007, 07:48 AM   #24
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Igor - you are in dire straiits without Kozlovsky!! :^)
maybe :-) but any way I like that guys, 95% our musicians is #$%^&* !

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whats the Thiele & Small spec on your open baffle woofer?
but what's wrong with T-S ?
http://xsloudspeakers.narod.ru/fullrange8.htm
http://xsloudspeakers.narod.ru/XS-FR838.doc
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Old 28th November 2007, 12:39 PM   #25
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I was curious about the woofer in your Clarity system. How does one in the US order one of your fullrange drivers? Freddy

ps - I'm used to 15" coaxial in Karlson couplers - here's an 18" k-coupler with Danley's Unity on top - good dynamics -
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Old 28th November 2007, 09:12 PM   #26
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I was curious about the woofer in your Clarity system.
why? I think it's usual woofer...
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How does one in the US order one of your fullrange drivers?
when we'll make first run (10pcs) we'll be able to sent it to any country via http://emspost.ru/ and it will cost (only transport service!) about $145 (for 2 drivers ~5kg from Russia) to USA and $120 to Europe...
but if send 10 drivers ~25kg it will cost $410 to USA and $310 to Europe
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Old 28th November 2007, 09:35 PM   #27
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I'll have to say if that Speaker sounds as good as it looks, then you have one hell of a speaker for the price. Great job!
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Old 30th November 2007, 03:28 PM   #28
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freddi why? I think it's usual woofer...
when we'll make first run (10pcs) we'll be able to sent it to any country via http://emspost.ru/ and it will cost (only transport service!) about $145 (for 2 drivers ~5kg from Russia) to USA and $120 to Europe...
but if send 10 drivers ~25kg it will cost $410 to USA and $310 to Europe

That's an awful lot of risk, though, for an unknown, especially given your limited production runs and whatnot. You'd do very well to foot the bill and have a pair sent to someone who does driver measurements so that people can confirm your statements prior to buying in.
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sent to someone who does driver measurements so that people can confirm your statements prior to buying in.
it will be exactly as you say, but in january...
about shiping 10 drivers I said only because of I was little wondering that cost is not proportional 5kg=$145 but 25kg=$410
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finally it's done!
now I have 4 pairs to shipping for test, we changed some
parameters because there was few opinions about too low Qms (it was 2) , now it's 4-th fixed and final version , datasheet is here http://xsloudspeakers.narod.ru/xsfr848.htm
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