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Old 26th December 2008, 08:25 PM   #1
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Default Line Magnetic Audio : new field coil drivers from China

hi all

i came across Line Magnetic design stuff at 6moons showreport of the Guanzhou 2008 fair.

http://www.6moons.com/industryfeatu...china/show.html

http://translate.google.com/transla...ml/lmaudio.html

Searching a little further, i found some more pictures of the companies fileld coil drivers at the chinese My-highend forum:

http://209.85.193.100/translate_c?h...n-ZaiP7PRVS1wEg

i tried to get in touch with the manufacturer , using chinese translation , and contacted also their canadian distributor, to have a idea of the price and further info of their stuff, but did not receive any answer.... pretty interesting products. If it sounds, like it looks like..then it might be promising.... Even if some look like copies of old Western Electric and RCA drivers, some speakers seem new designs.

Angelo

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Old 25th May 2013, 02:31 PM   #2
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Did you ever get a response?
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Did you ever get a response?
Yes. James from Line Magnetic is fluent in english.

I own this set now :

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Looks good, How much?
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Looks good, How much?
As far as i know, retail in the u.s. is us$5k the pair of LM555, and us$2,4k the Tungar field coil supply.

I got distributor price for South America, which i cannot reveal.
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Old 26th May 2013, 02:27 AM   #6
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Default 555 (Line Magnetic)

How nice!
Western Electric 555 driver SN 49771 sweep test - YouTube
1949 Western Electric Compendium by Barry Nadel - pdf
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Yes. James from Line Magnetic is fluent in english.

I own this set now :

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Are these on eBay now? Or did you pull them off?
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Are these on eBay now? Or did you pull them off?
The set is for sale. But not on ebay for now.
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