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    Doing what I'm getting ready to do here isn't any...

    Doing what I'm getting ready to do here isn't any more complicated (or wrong) then using the bass management feature found on many preamps. There is no need to "tear out all the crossovers" and...
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    I am aware of that, thanks.

    I am aware of that, thanks.
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    Yeah, thanks.

    Yeah, thanks.
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    Yeah. Good Idea. Simple as that. Thanks.

    Yeah. Good Idea. Simple as that. Thanks.
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    Cross-over in LSiM705?

    I've got a friend who's will lend me a dbx 223 active crossover, and another friend who'll lend me a pair of Emotiva XPA-100 amps. I'm going to do some experiments with bi-amping my 705's. I'll set...
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    Doesn't like the LSiM series?

    I thought some of you might get a kick out of the conversation that has sprung up on Amazons site concerning my "review" of my LSiM705's. Apparently, I insulted LSi15 owners? Actually, I loved my...
  7. Thread: Power amp help

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    You'll get some "tube sound" by using the Jolida...

    You'll get some "tube sound" by using the Jolida as a preamp only.

    You'll also fry the output tubes if you power them up with no load connected. Yes this is even true if there is no signal sent...
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    Well, I think you need to do away with some of...

    Well, I think you need to do away with some of these self imposed obstacles in order to get the right speaker for yourself.

    You dislike the LSiM703 but love the 707, but the 707 is too expensive....
  9. You sure they'll fit? I'm no expert but I...

    You sure they'll fit? I'm no expert but I thought the tubes were very close together on Carver's amps. Yours use his chassis, correct? Here's some recent correspondence with the people from Prima...
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    Amen brother! We all need to remind...

    Amen brother!

    We all need to remind ourselves of that from time to time.
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    I happen to agree. These get rid of my problem,...

    I happen to agree. These get rid of my problem, and will work for now.

    I was kicking around the same idea as yours, replacing the plinth completely, but I was thinking about granite or marble. I...
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    Me too. You have a source for that solution? ...

    Me too. You have a source for that solution?


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    Outriggers on LSiM705s

    If you happened to read my thread about my new LSiM705's you might remember I was less than pleased with the stability of the speakers. I think a $3,000 pair of speakers should come with outriggers,...
  14. No kidding! I tune into the first page of this...

    No kidding!

    I tune into the first page of this thread and get treated to some guys bitchin' at each other. Then skip to the last page and get treated to...

    Damn, what an attitude change. ...
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    Wrong. If you push any speaker in an attempt...

    Wrong.

    If you push any speaker in an attempt to knock it over, you'll have greater success if the speaker is on spikes. If the speaker can slide somewhat, it'll be more prone to remain upright. ...
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    Yes, the rubber can remain on or off when you...

    Yes, the rubber can remain on or off when you adjust them, and yes they're adjusted from the top. And I agree- simple, beautiful, functional design.
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    No. The feet on the 705's are narrower than...

    No.

    The feet on the 705's are narrower than the feet on the shorter 15's. Rubber feet taken off will keep them from sliding (mine aren't sliding) but won't help tipping. In fact if they were...
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    You're welcome. I hope more people get the word...

    You're welcome. I hope more people get the word out on these speakers. They're really incredible and I hope they're a big success for Polk.



    And that illustrates the different varieties of...
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    No, large dog. My kids are all grown up. ...

    No, large dog. My kids are all grown up.

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    Heck, to me, these speakers seam so "tippy" I'm somewhat concerned the cats may tip them over...



    OK, but that makes no difference in my...
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    Interesting idea... ...

    Interesting idea...


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    My new LSiM705's

    LSiM705 Impressions

    With the recent acquisition of my tube power amps, I’ve been looking for speakers that might be an easier load for them over the next several years. Specifically I wanted...
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    First serious speakers: JBL L150. 1982....

    First serious speakers:
    JBL L150.
    1982.
    Nurnburg W. Germany

    Those dudes rocked!

    89350
    89351
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    That's an good analogy.

    That's an good analogy.
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    Agreed. But what do I know?

    Agreed. But what do I know?
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    Need Help Yeah, this.

    Yeah, this.
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