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Old 12th October 2009, 06:47 PM   #1
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Default Who have heard drivers up to 100 kg from ALE/Goto - the most expensiv over the world

Here the weblinks of ALE:
ALE Acoustic - Drivers
ALE Acoustic - Horns
ALE Acoustic - Users
ALE Acoustic - Price List

more photos:
GoodSoundClub - Romy the Cat's Audio Site - Eventually - a reasonable midbass horn from GOTO
GoodSoundClub - Romy the Cat's Audio Site - A proper commercial midbass horn, sort of....
http://www.goodsoundclub.com/Forums/...stID=2870#2870

Who knows more about this brand and their distributors?

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Old 12th October 2009, 08:08 PM   #2
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I've read someone's comments on goodsoundclub I guess, regarding the biggest compression driver in their line (the 100Kg ones). It was in a system with two of those per sub-bass horn, four of them in total for stereo.

The general impression was that it simply was something different that any bass system, with no actual reference to compare with, but the overall system was really plagued by the fact that the bass was having a significant delay because of the length of the horn - around 6m.
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Old 26th February 2010, 05:08 PM   #3
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here some pics of multi way horns implemented in Japanese home hifi systems
http://www6.plala.or.jp/vibayl2008/
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Who knows more about this brand and their distributors?
I'm sorry but i don't.

However with the cost of one of their bass horns at 28,215.75 (yes 28 thousand ) or Euro 31,570.07 they can keep them, that's without the driver to (better check the price of that after i post this lol) I think a diy version of the horn would be the order of the day...

Nice to look at though & i'd seriously like to take a look at that 100Kg bass driver

Cheers for the links tiefbassuebertr.

E2A:- One driver costs nearly as much as one horn
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Old 26th February 2010, 07:30 PM   #5
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Impressive! But nothing like a home built esl system. I like the user 4 picture with the little tiny t.v. set in the middle. jer
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Old 26th March 2010, 08:11 PM   #6
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in the attachement an outdoor horn project with such drivers and much more impressions there:
http://www18.ocn.ne.jp/~tnk/page014.html
http://www.audiovoice-acoustics.com/...ead.php?p=2728
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can i please borrow some of "their" money? please. I would shave my dogs butt and teach him to walk backwards before i spent that kind of money.
they may sound great, but some cosmetics are in line and needed there.
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Old 27th March 2010, 12:15 AM   #8
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my dog already knows how to walk backwards.but i wouldn't even try to shave her butt as the emergency room bill would probably be more.
money spent on a working 1929 t.v. set would be good money well spent on decor! jer

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how in the world did you find this? that price tag blows my mind. i would like to meet the buyers myself, there would be a huge market for us DIY guys. I will just stick to my personal panels, cannot wait to hear them this weekend. I HOPE.
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how in the world did you find this? that price tag blows my mind. i would like to meet the buyers myself, there would be a huge market for us DIY guys. I will just stick to my personal panels, cannot wait to hear them this weekend. I HOPE.
The actually question is follow: What about the real quality standart?
Here you will find an extremly wide range of photos about projects with ALE/GOTO:
Various pictures and info on 'Goto', 'ALE' and other horns - Analogue Capabilities in Audio

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