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Old 29th November 2005, 09:46 PM   #11
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He had a older f103? in the fostex designed horn that he was playing with to improve the vocals but even so it sure sounded nice and was my favorite speaker we listened to. Dave
That would probably be one of Dave's closely guarded Alnico magnet 103s(?)
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Old 29th November 2005, 11:25 PM   #12
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Yes that was them, they sounded really nice in his room. All the speakers he hooked up for me sounded good but those ones had that something special that made you really get into the music. If the Buschhorns sound close to them or better I'll be a happy camper. Dave
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I have a pair of Buschhorn Mk2s (with phase plugged Radio Shack 40-1197s (very similar to the 103)) - they are the only speakers I have owned in the last year and a half and they constantly amaze me. Just occasionally they struggle (usually with very complex music) but not to the extent where I am considering replacing them.
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That's great Ropie, I've heard lots of favorable reports on the Buschhorns and I'm really looking forward to making and listening to them. I'll be using the fe108ez's that I have on order to install in them. Dave
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