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Old 5th October 2015, 10:12 AM   #1
bubasan is offline bubasan  Croatia
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Default Lowther EX3 in Fidelio boxes


I have a new member of the forum, the Croatian.
Please interested fans Lowther speakers for opinion and experience exchange.
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Old 5th October 2015, 12:22 PM   #2
xrk971 is online now xrk971  United States
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Welcome! Very nice work there. I have been meaning to code up the simulation of this very complex multi-chambered speaker in Akabak. If you have some measurements, I would like to compare to my simulation results. I have sim'd the much simpler Bicor 20 and did not get very deep bass. It has a high 120Hz 95dB punch which may fool ther listener into thinking that the 60hz kick drum fundamental is there. Here is the Bicor 20 with a DX4.

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I would imagine the Fidelio, being a true BLH with hybrid BR will reach much deeper.

Have you listened to it yet? How does it sound?
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Old 8th October 2015, 04:17 PM   #3
bubasan is offline bubasan  Croatia
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Thank you very much.

I'm not able to measure with instruments, but I believe that the ordinary hearing
experience quite accurate. Especially because everyone hears and sees the sound on it
own way and some measurements with excellent results will not arouse such a hearing
experience unlike mediocre mjerernih results will sound better. Of course
should take into account the conditions of the room in which the loudspeakers are located.

I am very pleased with the achievement of sound, but unfortunately I have not had a chance
hear the tube amplifier because only in this combination, I believe, come to light
calming super precise and detailed srednjotonskog areas.
Regarding low frequency there are no problems - bass is deep, unobtrusive, almost
background, but for serious listeners and jazz music something worth the investment and effort.

Since I work in the stock market, I plan to be seriously addressed by creating Lowther box
so interested me free to contact me at:


Greetings from Croatia
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Old 8th October 2015, 07:50 PM   #4
paulfk is offline paulfk  United Kingdom
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I had Fidelio with pm6 and exchanged them for new EX3. After six months of continuous playing I gave up and sold the EX3 and put some cheap full range drivers from eBay in the Fidelios, the EX3 would not produce any bass of worth.
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