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Old 4th June 2011, 12:31 PM   #1
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Hi, pls find attached pictures of TL speakers. Based on Rogers and Pro9TL with mods over the years. Latest change, in one side only so far, is ATC 234SL. The other side is shown as was, with KEF B139, and in current state - stripped for new front panel. The Coles units were disconnected when the ribbons were installed. The sides are covered with carpet tiles, the metal blocks on top help anchor to the bolts into the concrete floor, and the sides have round pipe insulation to reduce diffraction. rgds to all,
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File Type: jpg LH front off.jpg (886.0 KB, 206 views)
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Old 4th June 2011, 01:55 PM   #2
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Those look solid!
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........the metal blocks on top help anchor to the bolts into the concrete floor........
Now this is my kind of mass loading!

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those do look well built, they dont look lke theyre moving anywhere without some effort! also im glad to see 'well used' speakers here...mine look decidedly homemade and haphazard lol :

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Old 4th June 2011, 04:15 PM   #5
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Hi Geoff,
after looking at your pictures I have one burning question:

What do you think of the Howard Dawson HRL-1?
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Old 5th June 2011, 05:46 PM   #6
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Charles - when I put the first one in (I always do any change to one side at a time and try to characterise the difference) I wished I'd bought them earlier. They are a significant improvement on the T27 and 4001. I did, of course, change the crossover and that may have contributed to the difference. Since then I've never felt any urge to 'upgrade' them. But I haven't had vast experience of listening to other tweeters so my opinion is based on very limited evidence! rgds
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