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  • donwc
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    i should have been more specific . tweeter design ,production,estimated time of availability ,the resurrection of the company in general .
    donc

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  • Wolf
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    On what?
    Wolf

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  • donwc
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    any updates on this ?
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  • Wolf
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    It was destined to be a graphite dome midrange, and I think it was a 2.5"- it's been a few years, and it was on the older version of TLabs website. You'd likely be able to find a thread on it here at PE.

    I somehow doubt it will come around, as to the plan to change model lines and slowly change to a new company name.

    Later,
    Wolf

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  • civit
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    What was the mid? A little dome?

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  • Wolf
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    Hard to say...
    Wolf

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  • bill poster
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    I wonder if the rumoured mids will be released?

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  • Psycoacoustics
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    Sweet, that may just give me some motivation to build!

    Have Fun, Mark

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  • donradick
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    Wonderful. Thanks

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  • Wolf
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    WAHOOO!!!! I just got the notice too from the newsletter. This is great news!

    Verbatim:

    Resurrection - Transducer Labs has a new life. The brother behind the design of the TL tweeters has purchased the company. There is now current stock in his possession and we will be listing them back on our site shortly. Eugen plans on upgrading the line by next year with Neo motors and smaller, standard faceplates.
    It's about time!
    Wolf

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  • Waboo
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    Good news indeed. I've never seen or heard one, but most folks swear by them as being some of the very best sounding tweeters. Also glad to hear they'll be downsizing the faceplate. Never cared for that 130mm look, or whatever size along with too many screws. My hopes are they'll blaze new trails and design and build one using Illudium Q-36.

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  • donwc
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    this is awesome news .
    donc

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  • isaeagle4031
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    Thats fantastic! Guess I know what my next tweeter will be!

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  • civit
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    That sounds fabulous, Paul. Thanks for the update.

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  • Paul K.
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    Transducer Labs Lives Again!

    Got a newsletter from Me----us A---O. stating that the brother behind the design of the TL tweeters has purchased the company, and that there is now current stock in his possession which will be soon be listed as available for sale. There are plans to introduce new tweeters next year having Neo magnets and smaller, standard faceplates.
    Paul
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