Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 30, 2010.
Thank you, Lenny Kaye.
So discerning listeners.....which do you hear?
I ended up with yanni....
I don;t know what that was but while switching over to listen, Youtube has been playing on autopilot for a few hours on the computer and this is what came up.
I'm going to have to back up and check it out all over again..
Yes ~ Close To The Edge
1972 Atlantic 1994 CD remaster 82666-2
Considering it's 24 years old, the artwork is very faithful to the original vinyl right down to the Atlantic label on the CD. I've got other stuff from that era that just looks slapped together.
Actually, I hear Laurel.
Interesting Kenny for sale in my area...called the Jumbo Jet....(no affil)
Off to the LRS before he closes. And the pub afterwards.
Tonights project will be a simple recap on these Mystery Dynaco's. a Single 12uF electrolytic swapped for a PIO West Cap.
Rubber surround 4" woof + 2" paper tweet.
And maybe the resistor if I have the right value on hand.
I can find absolutely nothing on these speakers. They are Dynaco's, SEAS drivers, and the paper tweeter actually has real good sound.
Not even the Dynaco website has anything on them. All I can find is they officially never existed.
Sweet music, tonight the night and is mine. Late night, 'til the sun comes through the skylight. Donald Fagen "The Nightfly" about an overnight DJ in Baton Rouge, LA.
What no Hardy? I heard Laurel, however.
EXILE ON MAIN STREET--Rolling Stones
2010 on UM.
BTW...the least you could do is award meaningless points like "Who's Line is it Anyway"!!! LOL
Thought I would post a pic of the Boston HD10 crossover. A 2 way and PR. 3 caps and 2 chokes and a resistor. I don't know enough to know
I already have the drivers back in the boxes but I think the red and black went to the mid bass driver
Did he just have a massive auction of a lot of his stuff? I think I remember his trains were in the auction also.
An appropriate CD for today...
I have no idea if it has that function
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