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Old 21st May 2007, 08:08 PM   #1211
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The 24" driver uses an aluminum tube to help remove heat from the voice coil.

The system is tri-amped with original factory crossover points - 12db/octave @:
200 Hz
3000 Hz
7000 Hz

Should be ready in a few weeks. What song should I listen to first?
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Old 21st May 2007, 10:06 PM   #1212
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A voice coil cooler, that's nice

Basement jaxx-good luck starts with a pretty low fundament of bass, but these speakers also seem capable of realisticly reproducing a good pipe organ piece....
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Old 22nd May 2007, 01:43 AM   #1213
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Should be ready in a few weeks. What song should I listen to first?
The Telarc recording of the 1812 Overture -- it has real cannons.
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Old 22nd May 2007, 01:51 AM   #1214
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Default Go for Church Organ

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What song should I listen to first?
The heck with cannons, that's just a big loud noise. Go for Bach Organ Toccata & Fugue in D. If you can close your eyes, and think that you are actually in the church where its playing, you've done it. Full power PIPE organ is something speakers almost never can do "REAL". The speakers can't respond fast enough or big enough.

That's the first thing I listened to. I could hear guns and explosions with my old system, but I could never listen to organ and feel it was realistic. Now I can. Hopefully you can too.

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Old 22nd May 2007, 05:04 AM   #1215
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The heck with cannons, that's just a big loud noise. Go for Bach Organ Toccata & Fugue in D. If you can close your eyes, and think that you are actually in the church where its playing, you've done it. Full power PIPE organ is something speakers almost never can do "REAL". The speakers can't respond fast enough or big enough.

That's what I meant, I have the record played by Karl Richter. Very impressive!
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Old 22nd May 2007, 05:06 AM   #1216
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Old 22nd May 2007, 05:37 PM   #1217
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So...Iceman...how can I buy Hartley's these days?
Any links?
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Old 24th May 2007, 01:26 PM   #1218
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You need to get a hold of Richard Schmetterer. Try calling or emailing him at The Audio Lab (http://www.audiolab1.com). They donít advertise Hartleys much.
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Old 11th June 2007, 03:30 AM   #1219
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Folding speakers, 60 inch total height (30 inch folded), very close driver cones, Kapton cone speakers, high temperature square wire coils, strong magnets.

Power tapering and frequency response patterns of selected drivers were used to minimize comb-filter effect on higher frequencies.
As the result, they:

- Minimize vertical sound dispersion such that floor and ceiling reflections
are minimized
- Maintain a wide listening area with room filling, nearly constant sound intensity
- Provide exceptional dynamic range and linear performance
- Provide higher power sound pressure levels (SPL)
- Reduce distortion as power is dispersed among several drivers
- Enable higher power handling to be attained
- Create very long nearfield for less difference of pressure levels on first and last rows of seats
- Easy to handle because of folding design (fit in a car trunk when folded) despite of big height / width ratio when unfolded.

The speakers were tested in a very reverberating club house environment and performed excellent if to compare to my previous line arrays and especially to stock speakers with 12 inch main drivers and horn tweeters. Differences were dramatical. I got one more proof of the saying "The Devil is in details".

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Old 18th June 2007, 03:42 PM   #1220
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Heres mine. Sorry about the quality, but I had to extract it from my iPod, so it's badly compressed.
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