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Old 15th May 2011, 03:50 PM   #21
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Well he designed a Hi Eff speaker kudos for that. THe edges around the drivers would seem prone to producing a lot of diffraction, the edges of the front baffle does have enough of a radius. The horn will probably a lot of HIM's. As others have said get a Geddes system or build your own correctly and save a lot of $$$$.
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saw these, saw the price tag, laughed so hard i shot coffee out my nose.
I'm positive they're marketed as giving you an orgasm each time you listen, without a Mrs, or a book.
That makes it the best investment you ever made, questionable how safe it is to hand Marky-L cold hard cash.

(plus how the H to flush the taste of having nookie with a granny)
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Heinrich had me in tears
Reads as Fred has never been away.

(Heinrich Goldmund, gawd alsheity, why can't i come up with names like that)
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Old 16th May 2011, 12:06 AM   #24
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This seems like it would be an easy pair of speakers to clone. Does anyone recognize these drivers?

I would say it's pretty obvious that the trim rings are there to dress up the pro audio surround. I wonder if we are going to see this trickle down into reasonably priced speakers.
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Old 16th May 2011, 01:10 AM   #25
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It did so years ago, I recall an old mates pair of TEAC speakers with the less resonant plastic rings........Bwahahahaha!!!!
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Old 19th May 2011, 09:31 PM   #26
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The Daniel Hertz system got panned here:

Ultra High-End Audio and Home Theater Forum
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Did anyone figure out what pro audio driver brand/model is being used in these speakers? The ridged paper cones remind me of this RCF driver: RCF LF18G400 18" Woofer Speaker 294-890
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Old 2nd September 2013, 01:44 AM   #28
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AFAIK Beyma top to bottom.

Complete set of drivers costs about £1200 for the pair.
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Old 2nd September 2013, 02:30 AM   #29
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So for cost of $2000 in drivers/horns, maybe $200 in x-overs, $400 for the box, one could clone the M1? It is bi-amped so really only crossover is for tweeter horn and 12 in mid bass. Probably 1200 Hz? Does anyone know what the x-over point is? A budget version could probably be made with Eminence driver substitutes. Under $3k for the whole thing.
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Crossover points are listed its website.
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