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Old 26th March 2011, 03:10 PM   #1
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My further experiences with full range loudspeakers and OBs with Pass amplifiers
Of course, only if it is in someone's care. Otherwise I will not tiring myself, (and others) to terrorizing the English language. (possibly even bombarded at me.)
After all, I would deserve it, although I'm not as ugly as Osama, but while I'm more evil than he is ever be.
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Old 26th March 2011, 03:32 PM   #3
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All right.
This is one more interested than I expected.
But look at me for my dumbness.
And the fact that I'm not as quick as lightning in the summer.
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I'm curious too. Thinking of moving from back loaded horns to OBs
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Old 26th March 2011, 03:53 PM   #5
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Thank you for your interest.
I'll try to gather my thoughts.
But I beseech you to understand, it's hard for me to go even Hungarian.
Because I'm dumb.
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Old 26th March 2011, 04:25 PM   #6
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I try to first give you a little historical review. I, like many ones in our country (and around the world) the construction began with QUAD405, some thirty years ago.
I do not know that I made​​, how they relate to the original. But I remember him these criticisms:
It sounds good, so good loud.
Thereafter for a long time not really experimented with anything like this.
Sometime after a Velleman K4040 was the big push.
Until sometime around 2000 I found this:
Internode :: Residential :: Tech Space :: Personal Webspace
In fact, thanks to Mark, now that I'm here.
He showed me that all these can be done.
This has led to this point:
My good old-new Aleph
Then, the infection is completely escalated me.
I do not know whether I was somewhat understandable so far?
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I do not know whether I was somewhat understandable so far?
yup

but mefinnis link eeks 404
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Old 26th March 2011, 07:57 PM   #8
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Forgive me.
I did not want to commit this mistake.
So this is the right link:
Mark Finnis' Pass Amplifiers
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Old 22nd May 2011, 04:31 PM   #9
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There is something for somebody his proposal for me?
(Sure apart from you jumping into a well!)
So my sound system looks like this now:
Excuse me Nelson, how I used your drawing!
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Hi Gyuri,

You are bit slow in your description, I am very interested in your experiences.
May be you read it, I just use the Jon ver Halen TOA (tiny open baffle alnico) with different First Watt amps. But my crossover is passive. Tomorrow I will try to compare just for fun one speaker biamped with the passive elements to get an impression what I may win in sound by going aktiv.

Jon highly recommended me the Duelunds as a bypass for the passive solution, but they are expensive.
Active solution could be cheaper.....For me nearly all parts lying around.

What a pity that Nelsons open baffle story got a "War and Peace" oeuvre, it took Tolstoi about 6 years and he even produced two versions.....
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