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humlan57 11th January 2010 06:51 PM

Is it really true!?
 
Is it really true!?

Not a word about this full range speakers in here: Fullrange Speakers

Am I wrong, so show me the pages of these spakers..

humlan

Colin 11th January 2010 09:27 PM

Possibly their understated modesty is putting people off.

littlerick 11th January 2010 09:34 PM

No prices shown on site either... never a good sign!

human.bin 11th January 2010 09:38 PM

aren't those AER units?

in the product section they have this strange WALLHORN, claiming 25hz... what's that??
Fullrange Speakers

also there is this strange statement about tqwt, isn't generally true the inverse given the size required for horn to go very low?
"the TQWT does not go as far down as a horn, but the highs are silky-smooth, very transparent, open and full of unheard details"

InclinedPlane 11th January 2010 09:48 PM

FullrangeSpeakers came to be after Ines Adler and Co. lost a trademark lawsuit in Germany over the AER name. The units of both makers are similar. Prices are, or were, several thousand USD per unit.

planet10 11th January 2010 10:16 PM

Because of their unethical business practises these drivers are on many people's "not even with a 10-foot pole" list

dave

InclinedPlane 11th January 2010 10:26 PM

Oh? Care to expound?
My experience was good, except for the fact that I foolishly chose USPS and it took forever to get my speakers. Eventually, I decided they weren't for me, but those things showed me stuff on my CDs I never knew was there.

planet10 11th January 2010 10:28 PM

The whole saga is laid out in a thread here somewhere.

dave

serenechaos 11th January 2010 10:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by littlerick (Post 2043809)
No prices shown on site either... never a good sign!

they've been on ebay for quite a while:
Goat Leather Suspensions for all Lowther Units - eBay (item 170385610609 end time Jan-19-10 05:17:28 PST)
FS AC-2A Alnico drivers - fit all Lowther Cabinets - eBay (item 170319988995 end time Feb-03-10 23:34:36 PST)
FS-ACX Field Coil Drivers Lowther Voigt Jensen - eBay (item 170403538451 end time Feb-03-10 23:35:51 PST)
etc...

human.bin 11th January 2010 10:46 PM

not that i'm going to buy, but just out of curiosity:

the field coil one sports an xmax of 8mm. being it a paper cone isn't it going to make a lot of distortion when moving? or does powerful motor compensate for intermodulation some how?


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