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  • #16
    Rest in peace Rick.

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    Rick was with us at the Lone Star Audio Fest 2019 https://positive-feedback.com/show-r...dio-fest-2019/

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    • #17
      An amazingly bright and talented person! I only met him through his posts, and I tried to learn as much from him as I could. Such sad news!
      Line Array: IDS-25 Clone, FE-83.
      2-2.5 Way:
      Zaph Audio's winning entry: ZA5+SB29. - Microliths: RS125+RS28. - Small Bangs: TB W4-1658SB+SEAS 27TBFC/G. - Monoliths: Peerless 830884+SEAS 27TBFC/G.
      3-3.5 Way:Miniliths: SEAS P21/CA21REX+Neo8 PDR+Neo3 PDR. - Megaliths: 2xDayton RS270+2xT-B W4-1337SB+SB29. - ZDT3.5 +: 2xDayton RS180+Dayton RS52+Vifa DQ25. Reflexos: OB 4xDayton RS150 + Neo3 PDR.

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      • #18
        Most sad.

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        • #19
          Godspeed Rick.

          Sad to see him go.

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          • #20
            got to meet him in person at Lone Star Audiofest , he will be missed . bless his family .
            donc

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            • #21
              Very sad news. Gone too soon. He was a driving force in the community.
              Isn't it about time we started answering rhetorical questions?

              Paul Carmody's DIY Audio Projects
              Twitter: @undefinition1

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              • #22
                Rick was very helpful in designing a new custom xover for the Altec 604e duplex drivers. So sad, nice guy.

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                • #23
                  The first DIY speakers I built were his Scan the Seas. Saddened to hear he is gone.

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