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First page of your thread, on right you'll see a Thread Tools. Click on it and you'll see the option to edit thread title.Glenn Jan 11, 2018

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    1. jororaitchev
      jororaitchev Hello,
      a few weeks ago I made my group in the" face", if you have a record time and desire, please visit her!
      This group is for duers only and has no commercial purpose. Jorros DIY -Audio
    2. will d
      will d
      Happy father's day. Will.
    3. will d
      will d
      Hey Glenn, I sold the Maggie's for $100.00 more than what i paid for them. TRULY didn't want to but I took in a third roommate and he needed more space that they were taking. But, I just got home from picking up a pair of ADS L-730's from the second owner. Very nice condition. I want to stack my L-630's on them, but i'm not sure how to wire them in a series? Will
      1. GD70
        Hi Will!
        Thanks for the Father’s Day greeting!
        Sounds like a nice setup. I would wire them in series. Much easier on the amp. Too bad you had to sell
        The Maggie’s. I have to say, I love the SMGs.
        Let me know how the stacked ADSs sound. Also keep in mind when stacking to keep the tweeters together, so the top speakers are upside down.
        Cheers, Glenn
        Jun 17, 2018
    4. Bracy
      Do you have an ADS 910 tri-amp card? If so, can you let me know what it looks like and what the cap and resistor values are? I want to make a pair. Thanks!
    5. GD70
      First page of your thread, on right you'll see a Thread Tools. Click on it and you'll see the option to edit thread title.Glenn
    6. booted
      how do i edit the thread title?
    8. zulks
      Hi Glen, my wife's uncle gave me what is possibly the best gift I've ever received: his pristine Pioneer Spec-1 & 4 stack paired with L-910's. All components are working well, but to my ears, the mids sound quite flat in comparison to the bass and highs (which sound heavenly). In your experience, what might be causing that? Perhaps I might need to just retrain my ears after years of my very bright B&W CM-1's? Thanks!
    9. klhdude
      please see ad below about ar 3 speakers,and can a way be made to get these.if someone is near here,an can go see,an maybe grab them.
    10. klhdude
      help me here,what to do..a few hours ago someone on c l posted an ad for cherry ar 3 speakers..this is in stoystown,pa.near indian lake,i havent messaged this person cause i just stumbled on this,an its probably late to them,but not to me,im a nite owl....they want 50 bucks,i mean is this for real,i got paypal,an i know these will be gone if i dont find a way,to get them through someone.
    11. will d
      will d
      Ok, I finally took the time to figure out how to message a member. I got it now, this way I wont step on anyone's threads. Certainly don't want to piss anybody off, OR,,,,,,,, Highjack their thread, it was not my intention. Gotta go now GD, the Dream Police are coming to arrest me. Bye now, Will to the D.
    12. Jonny Ramone
      Jonny Ramone
      Roy C....Champagne, I presume? Where is he located? Thanks.
      1. GD70
        Yes. He's near Albany N.Y.. A terrific guy.
        Dec 16, 2016
    13. moebuster
      Hey Glen
      Any thoughts on selling the woofers?
      I have ola with steel frame woofers and would be interested
      1. GD70
        Sure. Funny you asked, I was thinking about pulling the drivers and listing them and the grills on BT. The cabs are vinyl clad and crappy and was going to toss them. Grill frames are good, fabric meh. Would you want a package deal perhaps? 100.00 for everything plus shipping?

        Let me test them tonight to confirm they are all working.
        Oct 19, 2015
      2. GD70
        All the drivers are working. I laid them in their backs to test at very low volume.

        Oct 20, 2015
    14. GD70
      Oops, I just re read my comments and the coil is soldered to the mid, not the tweeter.

      Those are some great amps. They are on my and I'm sure many others wish lists. Have they been recapped? Something you may consider because of their age.

      I found that my 3's sounded ok with my Scott LK-72, but are exceptional sounding with my A-X9 amp. They do like power.

      Look forward to your pics.

    15. jpk000
      Thanks for the tips Glenn, I'll snap some photos of the project and post them. I also took home a few Marantz amps and preamps, the models 7 and 8b fired right up and sound amazing even through a small test speaker. I am really looking forward to plugging in the AR3s! The other amp and preamp are solid state and I have yet to test them out.
    16. GD70
      Hi John,

      You're pretty lucky to have these and know their history.
      Regarding the caps, Parts Express will have the caps you'll need. They are non polar film and usually I get Audio grade. The values are on the cap block, so just match the uf values. Higher voltage ratings, usually 250 for the new caps are fine. Most just cut the existing wires and solder in the new caps, leaving the original in place.

      For the last iteration of the AR-3, AR used the 3a mid with a simple crossover mod. It is an added .4mh coil across the mid wires. You can solder each lead to the tweeter wire connector leads. I just had this conversation with our resident AR expert, Roy C.

      I'd be interested to see pics of your 3's, and the replacement mids and tweeters.
      Are the tweeters the original style?

    17. jpk000

      After scouring the internet I found your thread on rehabbing a pair of AR-3s. I've got a pair of 3s that my grandpa gave to me last June while he was trying to clear out his basement storage. They had been sitting in a nice cool and dry spot since my uncle blew out the tweeters and mids in the 80s. He had purchased new tweeters and mids from AR, but never installed them. I believe the replacements were intended for the AR-3a as they have the quick disconnect terminals on the back. I've got the speakers in and the pots cleaned, now I just have to replace the old wax caps. I know you didn't replace the caps on your AR3s, but would you have any recommendations for new caps on these? I've read that polypropylene or mylar caps would be great and long lasting though I know nothing about matching the correct crossover filters. Thoughts? Any advice is much appreciated!

    18. GD70
      Hi Will,

      I believe I bought the surrounds from Speaker Parts on line. I believe they have easy measuring guide lines for the size you'll need. I didn't change the caps as they sound great, but it won't hurt either.
      Parts Express should have the values needed.
    19. WillStardust
      Hi Glen,
      Your PS-10 refoam looks so good I'm considering tackling it myself. I'd be interested to know from whom you ordered the kit. The price I was quoted to farm out the work was 80 to 100$, this doesn't include the crossover upgrade.

    20. Noisypot
      Hey .... I was born in Northern Westchester Co, NY :-) I'll tell you where if you want to shoot me a quick note. Send it to my (I call it) spamMail below:
      aropt at crawler dot com
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    Art Director in Childrens Publishing
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