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Old 3rd June 2012, 04:10 AM   #6591
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You guys must be havin' lots 'o' fun. Wish I was there.

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You guys must be havin' lots 'o' fun. Wish I was there.

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Hi Cal and the rest of ya lazyyyy dummy's!!!!
A good time wuz had by all - which did include Pano (Michael) and fulken (Kenji) and a couple of buddy's from the Nashville Audio Society. We met over at David's house and gave a good listen to the speakers I pointed out above with and without the use of the 18 inch twin sub-woofers (well - David duz have a couple of BIG doggy's but I'm referring to his Peavey subs.)

We got Pano back to hiz hotel safe and sound - so if ya hear any stories about him stumbling around on the streets of Nashville IT AIN'T MY FAULT........

Kenji is USA distributor of Feastrex products and gave us some very good information about how they use the field coils in conjunction with the material of the driver frame to adjust the performance of their drivers and sez we will get a chance to listen to hiz stuff when he gets his listening room set up with his new toys. That will be something great to see and listen to!!! Here is an interesting link about the care that is taken in making the paper for their drivers and not something that people don't get to see very often. Most people have noooooo idea about how important the paper used for speaker cones is - but the better performing paper cones speakers are better performing for several reasons - and one of the most important is the paper used for the cones. Making-of-Feastrex-Diaphragm

OK - we will now return to regular Off Topic dummy discussions - where is da beer wench at?
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I'm interested in comparison between your tops and ones used in these spks

whatever is bellow them , I'm neither impressed nor interested (solely because of size , I'm not disputing possible or presumable quality )
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I'm interested in comparison between your tops and ones used in these spks

whatever is bellow them , I'm neither impressed nor interested (solely because of size , I'm not disputing possible or presumable quality )
My Big Heil AMT's are very nice - but I have to give a tip of my hat to the High Emotion Audio PB7's and their "improved" Lanium tweeter. It is very fast, clear, and non fatiguing to listen to. They are configured for omni directional use so you do need to take room placement into consideration (what is new about that ) and I enjoy them very much. Now - if we can just convince the guy that makes them to knock out some lower cost units for DIY use........ It is a very nice driver indeed!! It is very directional in vertical dispersion and you need to have them placed at ear height tho..
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Hi Cal and the rest of ya lazyyyy dummy's!!!!
A good time wuz had by all - which did include Pano (Michael) and fulken (Kenji) and a couple of buddy's from the Nashville Audio Society. We met over at David's house and gave a good listen to the speakers I pointed out above with and without the use of the 18 inch twin sub-woofers (well - David duz have a couple of BIG doggy's but I'm referring to his Peavey subs.)

We got Pano back to hiz hotel safe and sound - so if ya hear any stories about him stumbling around on the streets of Nashville IT AIN'T MY FAULT........

Kenji is USA distributor of Feastrex products and gave us some very good information about how they use the field coils in conjunction with the material of the driver frame to adjust the performance of their drivers and sez we will get a chance to listen to hiz stuff when he gets his listening room set up with his new toys. That will be something great to see and listen to!!! Here is an interesting link about the care that is taken in making the paper for their drivers and not something that people don't get to see very often. Most people have noooooo idea about how important the paper used for speaker cones is - but the better performing paper cones speakers are better performing for several reasons - and one of the most important is the paper used for the cones. Making-of-Feastrex-Diaphragm

OK - we will now return to regular Off Topic dummy discussions - where is da beer wench at?
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naah really

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Old 3rd June 2012, 11:51 AM   #6599
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Is she good looking??? Do ya got photo's???

OKyyyyyyyyyy - I might regret this - but I'll toss a chip into the ante-up pot and say "hit me"......

Primarily becauzzzzze you are half a brain cell dumber than meeeeee - so I gotta see what real dummy's do....
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safe and sound:
Say Watt ?
Zero embarrassing close-up pics of bald heads and hairy speakers ?

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