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  • #46
    Re: I.S.C.T. - 'Hearing Music The Way The Artist(s) Intended It To Be Heard'

    Originally posted by badman View Post
    Indeed, the ages for dancing and vitality are surely present tense with the aesthetic priority. Of the simulate and measure people who make wrong the aged methods do not apply in our art! But for with the abjective wasteful, not to live in shiney temple.
    Jeff, I love the way this was phrased. So, did you do an English to German then back to English Google translation? Masterful!
    Some people are addicted to Vicodin. I'm addicted to speaker building.

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    • #47
      Re: I.S.C.T. - 'Hearing Music The Way The Artist(s) Intended It To Be Heard'

      Originally posted by hongrn View Post
      Jeff, I love the way this was phrased. So, did you do an English to German then back to English Google translation? Masterful!
      Best with completion of phrases the good ordering cannot be goggles.

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      • #48
        Re: I.S.C.T. - 'Hearing Music The Way The Artist(s) Intended It To Be Heard'

        This might be the best thread ever posted, now I know what it would sound like if Yoda was selling custom 6x9 enclosures

        Originally posted by Chris Roemer View Post
        Most come here more to learn the technical side of design. That includes math, science, and simulations. Most also enjoy a nice looking enclosure, but IMO that's always secondary to good sound.

        Sorry.
        Chris, I'm going to have to agree with UpperCut on this one; we're WAY beyond math and science these days. Get with the times bud.
        "The ability of any system to produce exceptional sound will be limited mainly by the capability of the speakers" Jim Salk
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        • #49
          Re: I.S.C.T. - 'Hearing Music The Way The Artist(s) Intended It To Be Heard'

          Originally posted by mattsk8 View Post
          This might be the best thread ever posted, now I know what it would sound like if Yoda was selling custom 6x9 enclosures
          Chris, I'm going to have to agree with UpperCut on this one; we're WAY beyond math and science these days. Get with the times bud.
          Hi there, and thank you for your open mindedness!!!

          We are behind in everything if it comes to enclosure development of course not on the electronic side Oh No there we are leap years ahead. Simple view catalogues of ANY supplier globally what there offering for example for automotive enclosures???
          We are very lucky here in NZ to have enclosures from Chine which are distributed from Australia and which are not even in any catalogue in Europe nor the US at least not as I have seen ever before.
          I will attach some Images of these so that you can actually see yourself as well.

          Well judge for yourself!!! Original once unpacked about NZ $ 66.00 with Freight - weight was around 1.5 Kg.
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          I liked the shape and the they were available for 6 x 9" & 6".

          OK, I bought a couple of sets of each type and did the following to the enclosures. Now these enclosures have some electronic included and I used 4 Lanzar 8 Ohm drivers and all in all the main ones (2) ended up with 4.7 Kg each, and the other with 4.3 Kg.
          To make it complicated again for some yet, not for others (the white panels at the side are single action dispersion panels & extremely beautiful to listen to) these are for one of my eight seated vans once the van is completed in a month or so!

          ****And if anybody is Interested the engine is a 3.8 series 1 E-type engine (one out of 5 I did late last year for the global markets) as it was freshly installed after a fully rebuild, and into a completely new build (not rebuild, not restored) series 1 E-type chassis.****

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          • #50
            Re: I.S.C.T. - 'Hearing Music The Way The Artist(s) Intended It To Be Heard'

            This is the biggedt bunch of BS I hsve seen in a long time. You lost credibility a long time ago, but when you tossed out Lanzar, well that says it all. Show us one measurement to support any thing you have said. Your trolling is lacking.
            craigk

            " Voicing is often the term used for band aids to cover for initial design/planning errors " - Pallas

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            • #51
              Re: I.S.C.T. - 'Hearing Music The Way The Artist(s) Intended It To Be Heard'

              Well..........if they don't make it as audio speakers, they can be used as stage monitors.
              Kenny

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              Man does not live by measurements alone, a little music helps.

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              • #52
                Re: I.S.C.T. - 'Hearing Music The Way The Artist(s) Intended It To Be Heard'

                Originally posted by craigk View Post
                This is the biggedt bunch of BS I hsve seen in a long time. You lost credibility a long time ago, but when you tossed out Lanzar, well that says it all. Show us one measurement to support any thing you have said. Your trolling is lacking.
                Such responses the true nature of believing do not. Only the high zincky plating for tweeter conundrum solve high-fido performance, you from fool school find to be using oblivious production.

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                • #53
                  Re: I.S.C.T. - 'Hearing Music The Way The Artist(s) Intended It To Be Heard'

                  Yeah
                  craigk

                  " Voicing is often the term used for band aids to cover for initial design/planning errors " - Pallas

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                  • #54
                    Re: I.S.C.T. - 'Hearing Music The Way The Artist(s) Intended It To Be Heard'

                    Originally posted by badman View Post
                    Such responses the true nature of believing do not. Only the high zincky plating for tweeter conundrum solve high-fido performance, you from fool school find to be using oblivious production.
                    You been watching too much Star Wars, Jedi talk like that is...
                    Some people are addicted to Vicodin. I'm addicted to speaker building.

                    The Chorales - Usher 8945A/Vifa XT25TG Build
                    ESP Project 101 Lateral MOSFET Amplifier
                    LM4780 Parallel Chipamp
                    Sonata Soundbar Project
                    The Renditions - Active/Passive Towers

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                      • #56
                        Re: I.S.C.T. - 'Hearing Music The Way The Artist(s) Intended It To Be Heard'

                        Originally posted by kenny_k View Post
                        Well..........if they don't make it as audio speakers, they can be used as stage monitors.
                        Umm no.
                        "Not a Speaker Designer - Not even on the Internet"
                        “Pride is your greatest enemy, humility is your greatest friend.”
                        "If the freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter."

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                        • #57
                          Re: I.S.C.T. - 'Hearing Music The Way The Artist(s) Intended It To Be Heard'

                          Originally posted by kenny_k View Post
                          Well..........if they don't make it as audio speakers, they can be used as stage monitors.
                          More like door stops...
                          Some people are addicted to Vicodin. I'm addicted to speaker building.

                          The Chorales - Usher 8945A/Vifa XT25TG Build
                          ESP Project 101 Lateral MOSFET Amplifier
                          LM4780 Parallel Chipamp
                          Sonata Soundbar Project
                          The Renditions - Active/Passive Towers

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                          • #58
                            Re: I.S.C.T. - 'Hearing Music The Way The Artist(s) Intended It To Be Heard'

                            Originally posted by hongrn View Post
                            More like door stops...
                            Nice looking doorstops though!

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                            • #59
                              Re: I.S.C.T. - 'Hearing Music The Way The Artist(s) Intended It To Be Heard'

                              Never have I read so much and understood so little. Quantum Purifiers? HAHA!

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                              • #60
                                i.s.c.t. ???

                                For those curious to know what a real A line Stage Monitor looks like - see the EAW Microwedge MW15:
                                http://eaw.com/portfolio_page/mw15/
                                "Not a Speaker Designer - Not even on the Internet"
                                “Pride is your greatest enemy, humility is your greatest friend.”
                                "If the freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter."

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