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    • The Raven

      Front speakers are in the house! w000h000!
      After falling in love with the sound of some B&Ws at the audio shops, I hunted these down on Ebay. Went with the DM 303s with an LCR-3 center channel, the DS6 THXs are coming in tomorrow for the rears!

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    • Arsh  »  sea

      Dear Sir, I was referred to you by someone on audiogon. I have a beautiful pair of Amazing Loudspeakers (1985) that are in my secondary system. They sound great except for some occasional buzzing or vibration of the ribbon on one speaker at certain high frequencies. I’ve tried tightening the screws etc. I’ve investigated trying to get the ribbon fixed, but had gotten nowhere. Can you help? What can be done? I really like these speakers, and I don’t want to retire them if they can be fixed. Even with this issue, most of the time they still are very enjoyable to listen to. Thanks in advance for your help. Best. —Arsh
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    • 4krow  »  Nahash5150

      I have been reading the CF amp build thread with some outside interest. On one hand, I find it to be a simple build, and I like that. Then there is the pure fact that even simple must be done correctly to avoid serious consequences. That is the parallel that is useful for me. You see, I am attempting to work on a N. Pass design from years ago, that yes, is simple, but unforgiving. Since there is little in the way of information, except for one partial schematic, it is threads, that actually are just that, threads of a bit of usable info here and there. In short, I very much appreciate your input as to keeping the wheat from the chaff on these topics. Accurate knowledge is valuable.
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    • randog311

      Come On People, there has got to be someone else on this Forum that knows some Jokes?
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    • pindrop  »  sea

      Ed, are we good to go now? Please update both forums when you get a chance and let me know you received my payment. 
      Thanks, Kennett -PinDrop
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