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    Halfbiass...Electron Herder and Backass Woof
    Here ya go Brad....get knowed up...

    http://sound.whsites.net/index2.html
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    Halfbiass...Electron Herder and Backass Woof
    Her's the start of the Bi-amp article...

    http://sound.whsites.net/bi-amp.htm
    taking something that's already good, and making it better...........and for the knowing smiles that cross their faces.......Nando-2011...

    "Silence cannot be Misquoted"--Lazarus Short-2012 "

    " I Just Collect Smiles Craig......Cheap Smiles!-----Fishoz-2017

    "anything can be done, it's finding the easiest way that's hard"-----Bobbysdad--2014

    " Synth percussion is deadly to children, house pets and shitty power supplies"---Stephen Evans 2014

    " You have not reached the point of diminishing returns, you've just ran out of money

    " The Pioneer U-24, unfortunately, is just too expensive and rare to find. That's why I have one."--Nando-2014

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    Halfbiass...Electron Herder and Backass Woof
    That is probably the best treatise I've read on the subject...
    taking something that's already good, and making it better...........and for the knowing smiles that cross their faces.......Nando-2011...

    "Silence cannot be Misquoted"--Lazarus Short-2012 "

    " I Just Collect Smiles Craig......Cheap Smiles!-----Fishoz-2017

    "anything can be done, it's finding the easiest way that's hard"-----Bobbysdad--2014

    " Synth percussion is deadly to children, house pets and shitty power supplies"---Stephen Evans 2014

    " You have not reached the point of diminishing returns, you've just ran out of money

    " The Pioneer U-24, unfortunately, is just too expensive and rare to find. That's why I have one."--Nando-2014

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    Wow! Thanks for yet another great link! I'm wishing that I would have saved a few more brain cells during my youth.( Never expected to live this long) Heading towards information overload. I forget an awful lot & I'm wondering if that makes room for more data?
    I also see I will need to brush up on my cyphers.

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    Yes it is.
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    Lee,
    I agree with you on the Klipschorn bottom base horn. Like you said if set up correctly.
    They do need corners. and I'm not aware of a horn type speaker that was built during that time period ( Altecs, Jbl's, Tannoy's, Bozaks, EV's, Stephens,Frazier, etc ) that could compete with the low end base of the K's. And time tested and still available new.

    That is why I was asking about the B&C Woofers. I would like to build a big base bin myself. Many good low end drivers out there.
    I have heard just about everything from the "Golden Days". Not much new stuff.

    I probably mentioned this once or twice before ( what happens when you reach my age, I turn 70 next year ! Hell yes made it this far).
    I ran the first Infinity speaker they made, The Servostatik 1a's and they used a special built 18'' Cerwin Vega for the low end. The system
    was Tri-amped with Phase Linear, B&W and SAE amps. Lost it all in the war !

    There maybe an easy way to dial in a Base bin into Craig's statics. You guys mention a friend yours, I think his name is John?
    I noticed a pic somwhere in a thread on here that he was using a Dahlquist DQ-Lp1 crossover. Not sure how he was using it
    but they are perfect for this type of integration.
    The Marchand's look like they may be the way to go also.

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    Halfbiass...Electron Herder and Backass Woof
    Thanks for sticking around today Mike!! Yeah, we have a couple, 3 guys with LP-1's here....
    taking something that's already good, and making it better...........and for the knowing smiles that cross their faces.......Nando-2011...

    "Silence cannot be Misquoted"--Lazarus Short-2012 "

    " I Just Collect Smiles Craig......Cheap Smiles!-----Fishoz-2017

    "anything can be done, it's finding the easiest way that's hard"-----Bobbysdad--2014

    " Synth percussion is deadly to children, house pets and shitty power supplies"---Stephen Evans 2014

    " You have not reached the point of diminishing returns, you've just ran out of money

    " The Pioneer U-24, unfortunately, is just too expensive and rare to find. That's why I have one."--Nando-2014

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    Mike, what I really want to hear is a Klipsh "Jubilee" , it's bass bin has 2-12" woofs. I've heard incredible things about them. There is some plans floating around somewhere...
    taking something that's already good, and making it better...........and for the knowing smiles that cross their faces.......Nando-2011...

    "Silence cannot be Misquoted"--Lazarus Short-2012 "

    " I Just Collect Smiles Craig......Cheap Smiles!-----Fishoz-2017

    "anything can be done, it's finding the easiest way that's hard"-----Bobbysdad--2014

    " Synth percussion is deadly to children, house pets and shitty power supplies"---Stephen Evans 2014

    " You have not reached the point of diminishing returns, you've just ran out of money

    " The Pioneer U-24, unfortunately, is just too expensive and rare to find. That's why I have one."--Nando-2014

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    That is a classic Phoenix thread crap.....this is how we doos it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laatsch55 View Post


    And I've heard quite a few speaks, NOT ALL the classics, but have talked to some folks who have and they were partial to the K-bass when DONE RIGHT. It's no secret I really love mine. I really like Stu's Summits too.....and one of these days we are going to have a pair of K-bass bins in his corners and unplug the Summit subs and play with the time delay on the bass bins, dial er in and see what happens...
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    Would love to hear Craig and Lee's systems! Someone offered me a pair of 1000w Yamaha YST-SW1500 subs but I did not have the cash to do anything. My system is more then loud enough with plenty of lowend as is I guess
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