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bulletName: Clifford Kingston
bulletEmail: kingstonrealtor@aol.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Sonoma County, California
bulletDate: Monday, February 24, 2003
bulletTime: 12:37:45 PM

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At 34 years of age, I remember that around 1982/83? I had mowed lawns all summer to save up to buy a car. But one day a neighbor gave me a nice receiver from his basement, now a vintage Pioneer, but I needed speakers. I went to the local Hi-Fi store and bought a pair of Yamaha's, I didn't like them, they exchanged for a pair of Klipsch speakers. Still, my young ears weren't satisfied and these speakers seemed a little brittle and weak. I went back, sure they'd be upset with me. I settled(?) on a pair of JBL L46's which I still have and begun the obsession. My mother asked me how I'd get to school on those, my bike sufficed for another year.

bulletName: Martin Krumerman MD
bulletEmail: krmsmart@optonlne.net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Sunday, February 23, 2003
bulletTime: 10:39:06 AM

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I have been using your L101 speakers daily since 1973 and continue to be thrilled by their performance. Although I have upgraded all other components in the past 30 years to high end products, I have not heard a speaker I prefer to them. Recently,Paul Messinger reported in Stereophile that the JBL S9800 with beryllium drivers will be availble in the US Marketplace (as opposed to their current availability in Japan). I would certainly consider their purchase. Please send information

bulletName: Dan Andersen
bulletEmail: yamamotosmoke@yahoo.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Chicgo,il
bulletDate: Friday, February 21, 2003
bulletTime: 04:44:21 PM

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Great site! I would like to see photos and literature on type c36 enclosures with jbl model n2600 frequency level control and mfg. dates These are the second pair I have been fortunate enough to find. They sound great, are very efficient with various power sources At 8 ohms, though the terminals are for 16 or 32 ohms. Thanks to those who can help. Dan andersen

bulletName: david bonnefois
bulletEmail: db@solydec.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: france
bulletDate: Tuesday, February 18, 2003
bulletTime: 03:08:16 PM

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congratulation for your site!une mine d or pour les amateurs altec et jbl.bravo

bulletName: MORATA ERIC
bulletEmail: musicpartnersorganisation@wanadoo.fr
bulletHomepage: all
bulletLocation: i don't understant
bulletDate: Monday, February 17, 2003
bulletTime: 09:40:14 AM

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I'm 47 years old, and I "love" JBL sound since 1976 when I had 20 years. I'm musician HAMMOND organ player. In studio I knew JBL when we recorded with my band, a very great sound. I have a lot of equipments today from JBL vintage!! I'm looking for more info abour JBL sub bass 4818 and 4530, but I don't find here, so, I'm sure it's on a page! a very nice site! One thing: you can show photos of festivals rock , pop, and studio with JBL vintage (4311, 4343, 4312 and others fabulous series my adress in FRANCE in EUROPE ERIC MORATA MUSIC PARTNERS ORGANISATION 4, RUE DE LA GROLIERE, 63000 CLERMONT FERRAND F R A N C E ***********

bulletName: F. Pratt
bulletEmail: FPratt1426@AOL.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Hemlock,NY USA
bulletDate: Sunday, February 16, 2003
bulletTime: 11:44:59 AM

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OOOOps typo, that would be N801-8a cross overs, also curious if any one out there can tell me if they are appropriate for the 604-8G's?

bulletName: F. Pratt
bulletEmail: FPratt1426@AOL.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Hemlock, NY USA
bulletDate: Saturday, February 15, 2003
bulletTime: 12:48:42 PM

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Just found this site,man have you guys answered a ton of my questions surrounding the 604-8G's I found in a dumpster 18 years ago. They are currently teamed with a pair of #18 cabinets and N804 x-overs. Driven with an Adcom GFA-555, they just plain kick ass!

bulletName: Francois Sabourin
bulletEmail: delldi@hawk.igs.net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Hawkesbury Canada
bulletDate: Tuesday, February 11, 2003
bulletTime: 08:24:26 AM

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Very cool site.

bulletName: Alberto Scaramucci
bulletEmail: alberto1954@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: ITALY
bulletDate: Monday, February 10, 2003
bulletTime: 06:43:48 PM

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Great great site full of interesting info. I like very much his "sixties smell". I am happy owner of a pair of JBL 4350 studio monitors and I am looking for some old Altec and for plains of Paragon or Metregon. Arrivederci!!

bulletName: Glenn
bulletEmail: glen@speakerex.com
bulletHomepage: http://www.speakerex.com
bulletLocation: Tampa, Fl.
bulletDate: Wednesday, February 05, 2003
bulletTime: 04:39:12 PM

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Great site, just happened upon it. I have repaired Jbl and Altec products since 1977 and it's nice to see a site dedicated to the heritage of these products.

bulletName: Nelson
bulletEmail: PED03506@nifty.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Japan
bulletDate: Wednesday, February 05, 2003
bulletTime: 07:51:19 AM

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Hi, Don; I just happened to buy an ALTEC 6041, just around the year end. I settled them at my Summer House. During the New year vacation, I enjoyed their first voice. It can not only be used through a builtin network but also by direct connection with multi-channel eloctronic crossover. I am looking forward to taming these as my favorite speaker. They were sold just below $2,500, a good buy.

bulletName: tom hollingum
bulletEmail: tomheythrop@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Chipping Norton OXON UK
bulletDate: Monday, February 03, 2003
bulletTime: 09:04:47 AM

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Being young and British I'd only really heard of JBL untill I got a job at a conference centre which still has akk it's stock dating back to the mid 60's. Hunting around one day I came across some Altec 1233's in a store and decided to fire them up and much to my surprise they sounded outstanding my mananger then decided he wanted to sell them so after some hunting on the internet I came across this fantastic site and I've now spent the whole day rivetted to the seat! I still haven't been able to find anyhting in the models I found so If anyone has any info it woul dbe much appreciated cheers!!

bulletName: TANG WAI KIT
bulletEmail: STRANGEMANKIT@YAHOO.COM.HK
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: HK
bulletDate: Monday, January 27, 2003
bulletTime: 10:46:09 PM

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Do anybodu know which horn(new brand) can fit altec 908 driver? THANKS

bulletName: David Maxwell
bulletEmail: dlmax@mindspring.com
bulletHomepage: 136 Wheeler Ave
bulletLocation: Los Gatos, CA
bulletDate: Tuesday, January 21, 2003
bulletTime: 05:35:17 PM

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Great Site for JBL & Altec lovers. Good WOrk. David

bulletName: Erik Kip
bulletEmail: erik@kip.getxs.nl
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: the netherlands
bulletDate: Monday, January 13, 2003
bulletTime: 04:27:34 PM

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Fine to read something about Altec Lansing. I'am playing model 14 for some years now with al lot pleasure.

bulletName: Van Hoorebeke philippe
bulletEmail: Philvan@belgacom.net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Brussels Belgium
bulletDate: Saturday, January 11, 2003
bulletTime: 06:18:10 AM

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Many thank's for your great site and the lansing hitory !! I'm a altec lansing fanatic and i use some altec materials,here in belgium for my pleasure... My site is under construction. PHIL 2003.01

bulletName: Zachary Monroe
bulletEmail: zpm@sbcglobal.net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Belmont, California
bulletDate: Monday, January 06, 2003
bulletTime: 03:00:30 AM

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Wow, I have been waiting for DSL for some time and my wait has paid off. I've been building loudspeakers for over 15 years now and have come to understand basic, and complex, driver compliment, crossover design and enclosure design. I also do home theater consulting on the side, away from my profession as a physical therapist. I look forward to researching your extensive website, as I intend to incorporate your experience and knowledge into my own desings. PERHAPS I CAN BE FORTUNATE TO OPEN DIALOGUE AND,OR, RECIEVE A PERSONILZED RESPONSE FROM YOU OR YOUR STAFF! HAPPY 100th ANNIVARSARY!!! Most humbly, Zachary Monroe

bulletName: matt
bulletEmail: mtoker33@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage: http://www.easterncorner.com
bulletLocation: boston
bulletDate: Friday, January 03, 2003
bulletTime: 10:46:47 PM

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Very good web page.Thanks...

bulletName: Ben Lindquist
bulletEmail: aias1975@yahoo.com
bulletHomepage: <a href="http://www.benlindquist.com">www.benlindquist.com</a>
bulletLocation: Boulder, co
bulletDate: Thursday, January 02, 2003
bulletTime: 08:24:29 PM

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I thought it was well done and very interesting. Thanks.

bulletName: Richard Evans
bulletEmail: richev1@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage: Vintage Era Audio
bulletLocation: Minneapolis USA
bulletDate: Sunday, December 29, 2002
bulletTime: 07:57:14 AM

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Very outstanding website and a must for any audio enthusiast. Most needed website and a tribute to audio pioneers and legends. I have a small vintage audio business and I was fascinated and engrossed with the information found here and I will be passing this site on to other audio enthusiasts. Thank you very much for developing this site and it is outstanding and astounding.

bulletName: cory fawcett
bulletEmail: shelcory@vianet.ca
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: ontario canada
bulletDate: Sunday, December 22, 2002
bulletTime: 05:08:32 PM

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i was wondering if i could get some information on my altec lancing 604 e speakers protaining to the amount of power i can put into them without hurting them . there rated for 35 watts and im putting 100 or so into them and it sounds great is this a bad thing ? i think they can handle it verry nicely but i do not want to hurt them .if ther is somone out there that noes more about this could you let me no if this is a safe practice or not also i would like to know wat size cabnet thease should be instald in for optimum performance .ported /non ported? stuf like that .they are fonominal speakers .every one should have a pair thanks alot altec!......keep up the great work!

bulletName: Carter Roesch
bulletEmail: carterv56@yahoo.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Austin,Texas
bulletDate: Wednesday, December 18, 2002
bulletTime: 10:49:45 AM

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I just obtained a pair of L-300 Summits,they are AWESOME.The serial numbers are 10003 and 10004 what if anything can you tell me about these units?The seller said"they were used with 15 other pairs for the opening of the movie Earthquake.They do not have a glass tops but are beautiful walnut cabinets.Thanks Carter

bulletName: Joe Layer
bulletEmail: Joelayer@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Long Island N.Y.
bulletDate: Sunday, December 15, 2002
bulletTime: 06:14:32 PM

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This is a great site. Found it by accident while looking for a stephens tru-sonic tweeter voice-coil. Joe Never did find the coil!

bulletName: eric morata
bulletEmail: musicpartnersorganisation@wanado.fr
bulletHomepage: 63960 Veyre Monton FRANCE
bulletLocation: FRANCE EUROPE
bulletDate: Monday, December 09, 2002
bulletTime: 02:03:18 PM

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Musician user of JBL products since 1977. JBL, it's like HAMMOND organ, unrivalled, concepted for sound performances on stage,recording studio, cinema, theatre, great concets shows, and so directly descended from professional technology, and cleverness, knowledge of technical supremacy. JBL is really a real manufacturer,not an gatherer, all JBL products are made entirely by JBL, a power! JBL is at the origin of high fidelity, and at the origin of great discoveries in the world of sound. For me, JBL is the world greatest loudspeakers and sound systems manufacturer, with the greatest experience since more than 70 years of research. today JBL more than ever is an innvator, and what do competitors? unfair competition they make copy! EON speaker for exemple, 4530, 4520, in the 70's have been copied all over the world, cabinets sometime with JBL speakers in ! The original still will stay the best. JBL the greatest name in audio applications.

bulletName: steve kepner
bulletEmail: blacklightsound@suscom.net
bulletHomepage: blacklightsound.com
bulletLocation: hughesville pa 17737
bulletDate: Tuesday, December 03, 2002
bulletTime: 05:46:17 PM

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I have a pair of Altec Model Seurat V speakers I can find no info anywhere on these serial numbers are 10066 and 10068 if anyone has any info email me thanx steve blacklightsound@suscom.net

bulletName: Edward Campbell
bulletEmail: edward62@acninc.net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Tuesday, December 03, 2002
bulletTime: 02:07:22 PM

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I would like to become a member

bulletName: GUYMAN
bulletEmail: GUYMAN4_1_9@YAHOO.COM
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: UK
bulletDate: Monday, December 02, 2002
bulletTime: 11:39:27 AM

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MUGU MAN CATCHER DON PASS HERE OH!! SO KEEP OFFFFFFFFFFF!!!!!!!

bulletName: DAVID HUGHES
bulletEmail:
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: SAN DIEGO
bulletDate: Sunday, December 01, 2002
bulletTime: 08:56:33 PM

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I JUST PURCHASED A METRAGON FROM MY GRANDFATHER LAST MONTH. IT REALLY HAS MADE ME CURIOUS ABOUT THE BEST (JAMES B. LANSING SOUND, INC.). IT'S AMAZING THE SOUND IT THROWS. I'VE ABONDANDED MY 6.1 SURROND SYSTEM. I MIGHT SLOWLY INTERGRATE IT BACK IN, HOWEVER I DON'T NEED IT. THANKS FOR THE HISTORY, PHOTO'S, AND OF COURSE THE SITE. D.HUGHES

bulletName: Toma
bulletEmail: t_jelavich@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage: Vrgorac
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Sunday, December 01, 2002
bulletTime: 03:17:49 PM

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bulletName: Tom Roper
bulletEmail: motronix@vsdrives.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Denver, Colorado
bulletDate: Thursday, November 28, 2002
bulletTime: 05:16:09 AM

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L100A, 4311WA Own pristine loudspeakers, 24 years!

bulletName: James M. Soule
bulletEmail: JimEveSOULE@aol.com
bulletHomepage: none
bulletLocation: Denver, Colorado (address)
bulletDate: Tuesday, November 26, 2002
bulletTime: 06:00:48 PM

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JBL products, especially those from the early years to the eighties, are probably the finest of their kind ever manufactured. I grew up with a S8R system and still have it! JMS Denver

bulletName: serge Zieck
bulletEmail: quintadent@planet.nl
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: holland
bulletDate: Tuesday, November 19, 2002
bulletTime: 08:07:26 AM

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Fantastic those history photo,s keep up the good work

bulletName: Adolf Kitzinger
bulletEmail: ampli@earthlink.net
bulletHomepage: www.amplicord.com
bulletLocation: Las Vegas NV
bulletDate: Tuesday, November 19, 2002
bulletTime: 12:08:17 AM

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As former Distributor for JBL Prof.Line in Brasil (in the 70's) I think this Site is remarkable and brings back a lot of memories.Specially at the Glendale Plant with Walter Dick in Engineering and Wetzig and all other nice people. Congratulations. I should print this entire site and leave it for my Son (now an Architiect and Acoustician)

bulletName: MORATA ERIC
bulletEmail: musicpartnersorganisation@wanado.fr
bulletHomepage: MORATA 63960 MONTON / FRANCE
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Monday, November 18, 2002
bulletTime: 06:10:40 PM

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I'm 46 years and since 1977, I use JBL only because it's the best. JBL makes all and with 70 years of experience and great discoveries in technicals research, JBL has still been the great manufacturer all over the world. I know what i tell, because I'm so a jazz player on Hammond Organ B3. All my Leslie cabinet have JBL speakers. I never had a plush with JBL. I still use so E155 since 1985 in bass, what a great sound!! I would like JBL more present in FRANCE.

bulletName: Jürgen Willach
bulletEmail:
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Sunday, November 17, 2002
bulletTime: 10:44:57 AM

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bulletName: Jurrie
bulletEmail: jurrie69@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Rotterdam, Netherlands
bulletDate: Saturday, November 16, 2002
bulletTime: 10:30:54 AM

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I think this is one of the best websites about vintage audio... I just love JBL :)

bulletName: Donald R Cavey
bulletEmail: kvflyer@comcast.net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Sunday, November 10, 2002
bulletTime: 10:12:11 AM

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I will always remember seeing the Paragon at the HiFi show in a hotel in Washington, DC with my dad in either 1957 or 1958. They were playing music performed by George Wright on the Wurlitzer Organ. I was very impressed. I would have been 9 or 10 years old. I remembered the Paragon and searched eBay, only to find them there from time to time. I wish that I were rich enough to own one. They are truly a classic. Thank you.

bulletName: David O. Dunford
bulletEmail: ddunford@ci.lenexa.ks.us
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Kansas City Area
bulletDate: Sunday, November 03, 2002
bulletTime: 07:05:05 PM

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Very enjoyable reading! I plan to keep this site in my 'favorites' for future re-visits.

bulletName: Mike Henderson
bulletEmail: idkbandmike@aol.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Grand Junction Colorado
bulletDate: Saturday, November 02, 2002
bulletTime: 09:28:24 PM

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I like the site. It is one of the few that has a picture of the Altec model 1220 console. I found the site using AOL search. I would like to find other information about the 1220. I will be viewing the site more for info on JBL and other products..Thank you for being here...Mike.

bulletName: Gary R. Packer
bulletEmail: gpacker@stny.rr.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Western NY State
bulletDate: Friday, October 25, 2002
bulletTime: 05:26:54 PM

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bulletName: dr. dale baker
bulletEmail: dale@aagideas.com
bulletHomepage: aagideas.com
bulletLocation: dahlonega georgia
bulletDate: Wednesday, October 23, 2002
bulletTime: 11:20:11 AM

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great site ! i still have an operating late 60's turquoise (uses 4> 2n3055 motorola power transistors as outputs)100watt amfm stereo receiver. sounds as good today than most new ones.thanks for the memeories

bulletName: Don Scheer
bulletEmail: dscheer@gbis.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Sparks, Nevada
bulletDate: Friday, October 18, 2002
bulletTime: 01:29:44 AM

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Brings back my teen years (1960s) listening to a homemade speaker cabinet system composed of various Lansing drivers,15" driver in a folded horn configuration, Mid and High frequency horns, using homemade push-pull 10 watt per channel tube amplifiers with a Thorens 33 1/3 belt driven turntable. My friends thought I was an eccentric person even as a teen. Most of my friends had portable Hi-Fi or stereo systems with early transistor intergrated amps/turner am only and a funky turntable (Record Player)that played 45s and 33 1/3 records. There systems looked much like suitcases that sounded tinny and boxie! Thus my elabroate (to me anyway) Stereo system (All Vacuum Tubes) amps, FM Turner with seperate multiplex adapter (Good Grief Don! FM! What's wrong with AM?). And no 45 rpm disc, just 33 1/3 albums, classical, Jazz, Big Bands, What wonderful times I had enjoying music on my homemade system. And what I really remember the most and miss them terrably even today, was my homemade speaker cabinet system composed of various Lansing drivers,15" driver in a folded horn configuration with Mid and High frequency horns. Today I have some great homemade sub-woofers enclosures 15" drivers (3 each) and very nice Polk Monitor RTA12Cs all driven by 5 Parasound Ultra High Current Amps. Nice system but I would trade this system in for my old system without blinking. It was very different / somewhat mechanical or industrial / analog...BUT I LOVED THEM. Thanks so much for your wonderful site. Those early Hi-Fi engineers designed and pioneered great equipment. Thanks Again. Regards: Don Scheer

 

bulletName: Tom Jawor
bulletEmail: tjawor@tds.net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Knoxville, TN
bulletDate: Thursday, October 17, 2002
bulletTime: 06:49:26 PM

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Stumbled across your website while looking for parts for my Marantz. I have a pair of L65's I bought when I was in college, and selling audio part time. I sold the JBL line from '78 to '80, and enjoyed listening to all of them in the sound room.

bulletName: BUTCH PULLEY
bulletEmail: BPULLEY2000@YAHOO.COM
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: NORTONVILLE, KY
bulletDate: Saturday, October 12, 2002
bulletTime: 11:38:30 AM

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GOOD TO FIND A PLACE THAT HAS INFO ON ALTEC STUFF

bulletName: Joshua Bris
bulletEmail: ant@templatemonser.com
bulletHomepage: http://www.templatemonster.com
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Tuesday, October 08, 2002
bulletTime: 02:45:20 AM

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Thank you for the resources. Keep up the good work! Best website templates online - http://www.templatemonster.com

bulletName: Hans Kvarnbrant
bulletEmail: hans.kvarnbrant@telia.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Sweden
bulletDate: Friday, October 04, 2002
bulletTime: 01:04:18 PM

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Who did this? I just slipped into it. It seems to be great!!! Now I'm going to go through the site and just enjoy. I'll be back.

bulletName: giant gene
bulletEmail: giantgene@elvis.com
bulletHomepage: http/:www.giantgene.com
bulletLocation: Philadelphia PA USA
bulletDate: Monday, September 30, 2002
bulletTime: 10:18:01 AM

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I've enjoyed your speaker products for over 40 years, and had much Altec equipment at our recording studio, and in my home studio. Thank you for your consistency. The only other product as reliable for matching sound is my Auratone monitors. Giant Gene The Sounds Of Philly www.giantgene.com

bulletName: Jukkis
bulletEmail: juketan_NOSPAM@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage: http://ampcast.com/ihokas
bulletLocation: Turku, Finland
bulletDate: Monday, September 30, 2002
bulletTime: 10:01:36 AM

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greetings from Finland! :)

bulletName: Roy Boltz
bulletEmail: bolt_upright77@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage: none
bulletLocation: Winnipeg Manitoba Can.
bulletDate: Friday, September 27, 2002
bulletTime: 02:56:35 PM

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Love my model 19's

bulletName: Jonathan Keehn
bulletEmail: Keehn@aol.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Woodstock, Illinois, USA
bulletDate: Thursday, September 26, 2002
bulletTime: 08:35:48 PM

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I used to own a pair of C60 Soveriegn I S8R's with graphic controller and energizer and have missed their sound and dynamic power for a long time. I've listened to many speakers costing tens of thousands of dollars and have yet to find much in today's so-called high-end audio that can compete with 30 to 40-year old JBL flagship systems like the Paragon, Hartsfield and Soveriegns! I am looking to build my own system using 2226, 2450 and 2402 JBL Pro drivers with Dr. Bruce Edgar's Tractrix horns and bi-amplification. I know this site will be a wealth of useful information. Thanks

bulletName: seung-eun LEE
bulletEmail: se7600@hanmail.net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Incheon,KOREA
bulletDate: Wednesday, September 25, 2002
bulletTime: 10:35:15 AM

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HELLO! MY NAME IS SEUNG-EUN AND I LIVE IN INCHEON, KOREA. I LOVE JBL SOUND REALLY. THAT'S VERY DYNAMIC AND I HAVE XPL90 SPEAKERS WHICH BOUGHT 10YEARS AGO. SO I NEED USER'S MANAUAL OR SPECS AND SO ON..... PLZ SEND ME ABOVE..I COULD NOT FIND THAT. THANK YOU. HAVE NICE DAY!!

bulletName: ronald jonevad
bulletEmail: rolle.jonevad@telia.com
bulletHomepage: non
bulletLocation: Sweden
bulletDate: Tuesday, September 24, 2002
bulletTime: 04:31:08 PM

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I like this site.Now I use Martin Logans but befor that I used a pair off L300 "Sometimes I miss them"

bulletName: Ed Colton
bulletEmail: rock_vision@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Colorado, USA
bulletDate: Monday, September 23, 2002
bulletTime: 07:36:42 PM

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Great Site! I currently have and use daily: JBL - L100s, L200s, Altec-Lansing 873a Barcelonas

bulletName: mathew nguyen
bulletEmail: mathewnguyen007@yahoo.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Monday, September 23, 2002
bulletTime: 03:01:01 AM

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Just passing by to check on what was the cause of some of the commotion over the live-audio community. I have no comment on this site due to my slightly different interest in a slightly different areas of sound. However, I found it this site interesting and only wish to have more time to spend with my stereo system, alas! Respectfully, Mathew Nguyen

bulletName: Michael Frazee
bulletEmail: mfrazee@rawmediatek.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Orlando, FL
bulletDate: Saturday, September 21, 2002
bulletTime: 10:18:43 PM

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I have collected JBL and Altec literature for years, but his is one incredible collection. Keep up the great work!

bulletName: ANTONIO DE LUCA
bulletEmail: antoniocv@libero.it
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Civitavecchia (ROMA) ITALY
bulletDate: Friday, September 20, 2002
bulletTime: 05:23:26 PM

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Era proprio quello che ci voleva, un CLUB per appassionati JBL. BRAVI continuate così!!! I miei diffusori JBL? 4312 CONTROL MONITOR naturalmente.

bulletName: Juan C. Esquivel
bulletEmail: pinkue2@terra.es
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Sunday, September 15, 2002
bulletTime: 12:03:53 PM

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I enormously thank for to you the work that you do in this Web. This made very well and thanks to her I obtain data of the loudspeakers that stops my are the best ones. I am proprietor of a pair of JBL 1000 Ti, a pair of 3000 JBL Ti and one pair of 250 JBL Ti Limited Edition. Thanks for everything

bulletName: Tom Winchester
bulletEmail: tomwinchester@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Sunday, September 08, 2002
bulletTime: 10:36:04 AM

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I really liked your site! I am looking for diy plans for vintage audio speakers. JBL paragons etc. Thanks for any help you can send my way. tlw

bulletName: Mr. Lange Hans Andreas
bulletEmail: andylange@hispeed.ch
bulletHomepage: www.swissaudio.com
bulletLocation: Switzerland
bulletDate: Saturday, September 07, 2002
bulletTime: 08:54:38 PM

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Like many other audio entusiast, I try to imagine how Mr. Lansing's life was...and I really apreciate his story and your web site.

bulletName: dr. dewe carlo
bulletEmail: rockakademie@herford.de
bulletHomepage: same
bulletLocation: 32052 herford, germany fuerstenaustr. 11
bulletDate: Wednesday, September 04, 2002
bulletTime: 08:37:56 AM

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send me a letter

bulletName: Juergen Hensler
bulletEmail: jh@hensler-kabel.de
bulletHomepage: http://www.hensler-kabel.de
bulletLocation: Germany / Brilon
bulletDate: Sunday, August 25, 2002
bulletTime: 08:54:17 AM

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Your Site is very good and informative , till 1985 we have and hear Altec / JBL Horndriver and woofers like 414 8a . a lot of People means that Horndriver is not good for High-End Musicreproduction, but we find that the Driver and Woofer from Altec are so definite work that mistakes from Amps and Cabel will be hearable.our Company built Amp´s, Cable´s and parts that work´s neutrally. for Informations look at our Homepage.

bulletName: zufferey joel
bulletEmail: jozuf@netplus.ch
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Suisse
bulletDate: Thursday, August 22, 2002
bulletTime: 03:23:59 PM

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Bravo ! Le meilleur site du web sur Altec et JBL! The best ! Merci beaucoup .

bulletName: Jakob Rasborg
bulletEmail: jr@skydebanen.net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Denmark
bulletDate: Friday, August 16, 2002
bulletTime: 09:12:13 AM

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GREAT SITE! GOOD WORK! I have a D44000 PARAGON and I want to sell it. If you are interested, then contact me by mail. JBL - forever

bulletName: Milt Haselmire
bulletEmail: haselmire@sasktel.net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Saskatchewan Canada
bulletDate: Wednesday, August 14, 2002
bulletTime: 09:42:52 AM

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Looking for JBL 4560 plans. Can anyone help me out. I will pay.

bulletName: TAN BOON JAM JAMES
bulletEmail: rcasoundhmv@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage: Nil
bulletLocation: Singapore
bulletDate: Wednesday, August 14, 2002
bulletTime: 05:07:09 AM

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Its a great website. It has been long overdue. I like to see more pictures of the old professional units being installed in theatres, studios and halls etc. to know the combinations of components used by different engineerings and engineers. Thank you.

bulletName: TAN BOON JAM JAMES
bulletEmail: rcasoundhmv@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage: Nil
bulletLocation: Singapore
bulletDate: Wednesday, August 14, 2002
bulletTime: 04:52:12 AM

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Its a great website. It has been long overdue. I like to see more pictures of the old professional units being installed in theatres, studios and halls etc. to know the combinations of components used by different engineerings and engineers. Thank you.

bulletName: Ted Sorge
bulletEmail: ssorge@ev1.net
bulletHomepage: n/a
bulletLocation: SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
bulletDate: Wednesday, August 14, 2002
bulletTime: 12:20:21 AM

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This is a most pleasurable site to view! I am extremely impressed with the detail. Thank you very much for the opportunity to see this. I am proud to sign your guestbook. Sincerely, Ted Sorge

bulletName: Kor Groenewoud
bulletEmail: korgroenewoud@hetnet.nl
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Holland (Europe)
bulletDate: Tuesday, August 13, 2002
bulletTime: 04:49:36 PM

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Wonderful site. Hours to spend on. Can anyone help me on a manual of the JBL speaker S 3100 mkii?

bulletName: will dur
bulletEmail: willdur@cs.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: NYC
bulletDate: Friday, August 09, 2002
bulletTime: 07:56:13 AM

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bulletName: JONATHAN TAN
bulletEmail: mightyjoeyoung5@yahoo.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: SINGAPORE
bulletDate: Thursday, August 08, 2002
bulletTime: 04:43:21 AM

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ANYONE WHO HAS THE DECALS FOR MY ALTEC VOTT A8 PLEASE CONTACT ME.ALSO LOOKING FOR THE ALTEC 1568A AMPS.IN PAIR .

bulletName: JOSEPH
bulletEmail: jtkp2002@yahoo.co.uk
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Singapore
bulletDate: Thursday, August 08, 2002
bulletTime: 04:35:39 AM

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THE SITEMAPS DOESN'T SHOW THE ACTUAL SPECS FOR THE VOICE OF THE THEATRE SERIES

bulletName: Rolf Aas
bulletEmail: rolf.aas@tiscali.no
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Norway
bulletDate: Sunday, August 04, 2002
bulletTime: 04:28:01 AM

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Hi there! Your site is great! My luck that I found it. I will recomend it to all my friends who love the vintage JBL speakers. Earlier I owned a PARAGON, witch i unfortunatly sold. I regret it very much. I now own a pair of 4333A from 1979. Best regards Rolf

bulletName: Gary Stewart
bulletEmail: gstewart54@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage: gsany.com
bulletLocation: New York
bulletDate: Thursday, July 25, 2002
bulletTime: 02:50:27 PM

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bulletName: Peter Beka
bulletEmail: legendarypinkdots@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Canada
bulletDate: Thursday, July 25, 2002
bulletTime: 01:42:13 AM

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What an great site. Being too young to experience the hi-fi era, it's a pleasure to visit this site. P.S. Just bought my first pair of JBL's. 4333A Studio Monitors. I'm sure there's more to follow.

bulletName: Ken Andrew
bulletEmail: Ken.Andrew@bigpond.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Melbourne, Australia
bulletDate: Wednesday, July 24, 2002
bulletTime: 01:08:24 PM

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Still yearning for 4343, 4345, 4350 (or similar). Must be located in Australia. Will collect.

bulletName: Mauka
bulletEmail: blake19060@aol.com
bulletHomepage: none
bulletLocation: Maui, Hawaii, USA
bulletDate: Sunday, July 21, 2002
bulletTime: 08:47:54 PM

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Signing in as promised Steve. Good Work. One could spend many hours here. Aloha Oe, Mauka

bulletName: James B. Berry
bulletEmail: jimberry@mail.utexas.edu
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Wednesday, July 17, 2002
bulletTime: 11:17:22 AM

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bulletName: Wempie Pauned
bulletEmail: wempi
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Sunday, July 14, 2002
bulletTime: 08:19:36 PM

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bulletName: John Callaci
bulletEmail: soundwize@cox.net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: San Diego Ca.
bulletDate: Saturday, July 13, 2002
bulletTime: 11:09:23 AM

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I'm happy to have found this great site. Good work, John

bulletName: Terry McKienzie
bulletEmail: tmckien@attglobal.net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Central Florida
bulletDate: Monday, July 08, 2002
bulletTime: 08:39:42 AM

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This site is absolutely terrific. The forums are especially helpful to me. Keep up the great work.

bulletName: Thomas Reefer
bulletEmail: schreef@reeferboys.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Kansas City, Missouri
bulletDate: Thursday, July 04, 2002
bulletTime: 05:32:35 PM

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I see from the website that King Baker worked as a copywriter for Lansing. Is there anyone within the organization who might recall him?

bulletName: Tom Bernard
bulletEmail: sparkydumpling@earthlink.net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Seattle, WA
bulletDate: Friday, June 28, 2002
bulletTime: 10:16:41 AM

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I have a pair of C34's with original D130s and 175s installed. These have been unaltered and the cabinets are in fair shape. Send email if you are interested.

bulletName: César madrazo Leal
bulletEmail: cbmadrazo@ono.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Santander, Spain
bulletDate: Thursday, June 20, 2002
bulletTime: 09:38:54 AM

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I need information about the JBL 4425 monitors I have a second hand pair, and I not have the mannuals thanks.

bulletName: Peter Larsen
bulletEmail: muyiovatki@yahoo.com
bulletHomepage: www.muyiovatki.dk
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Wednesday, June 12, 2002
bulletTime: 03:45:55 AM

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What happened to the old brochures? - I would have referred to one of them in a usenet discussion and needed the specs from it for that same discussion!

bulletName: Kevin Haskins
bulletEmail: kevin_haskins@diycable.com
bulletHomepage: www.diycable.com
bulletLocation: Valparaiso, IN
bulletDate: Tuesday, June 04, 2002
bulletTime: 02:32:45 PM

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Hey... it would be great if you had a search function on your forum.

bulletName: Chris Compton
bulletEmail: Funkport
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Idaho
bulletDate: Thursday, May 30, 2002
bulletTime: 08:30:03 PM

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I have always been a JBL enthusiast. Being brought up around a pair of L100's it fueled my love for all types and genera’s of music. This is by all means the best JBL site out there. I have been browsing since the beginning of the net. I have owned two pair's of L36 Decades, but only have the pair I still need to rebuild. My love for quality sound has been fueled by JBL exclusively!!!! I had found a 12" JBL signature series driver and have no information regarding this driver, nor have had any luck finding any info on it or the series. Alas I no longer have the driver. Only the pin from the cabinet. Old school JBL's is the best. Thanks for a wonderful site........ I hope the guestbook will help fuel more pages and information on the site. Keep up the good work, very impressive!

bulletName: John Sexton
bulletEmail: jsexton@alteclansing.com
bulletHomepage: www.altecpro.com
bulletLocation: Oklahoma City, OK
bulletDate: Wednesday, May 29, 2002
bulletTime: 09:27:40 AM

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This is my first visit to your wonderful website. I left a posting concerning Altec Lansing Professional. Please let me know if we can be of any service or assistance with your efforts. Best regards. JMS

bulletName: Marcello Braca
bulletEmail: marcellobraca@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Roma - Italy
bulletDate: Saturday, May 18, 2002
bulletTime: 11:11:25 AM

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My best compliments. It's really a great site! I had been in the JBL factory in 1976 as a journalist and visiting your site I have renowed the wonderful sensations that I have proved at that time. Tanks, Marcello.

bulletName: Bob Nizza
bulletEmail: bnizza@jvc.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Wednesday, May 15, 2002
bulletTime: 08:22:38 AM

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bulletName: Ron
bulletEmail: rondo3000@yahoo.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Sunday, May 12, 2002
bulletTime: 10:37:11 AM

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Where are the JBL catalog pages?

bulletName: todd wilson
bulletEmail: todd@g7tek.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Friday, May 10, 2002
bulletTime: 01:23:13 AM

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bulletName: Arthur Skudra
bulletEmail: askudra(at)sympatico.ca
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Hamilton, ON, Canada
bulletDate: Monday, April 29, 2002
bulletTime: 10:12:20 PM

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Wonderful site, and a great compilation of audio history. Brings us "young guys" up to date with such a rich heritage in audio. Keep up the great work! I would love to see you guys interview Don Davis sometime as well.

bulletName: Chris Rodgers
bulletEmail: ncstv1@internorth.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Yellowknife NWT Canada
bulletDate: Monday, April 22, 2002
bulletTime: 10:07:32 AM

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have two e-145 would like to make Everest enclosure (8cuft) do you no port size thanks Chris

bulletName: William A. Ketcham
bulletEmail: bk211544@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Lawrenceburg, IN
bulletDate: Friday, April 12, 2002
bulletTime: 10:34:36 AM

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Thanks for the great site. Very informative and interesting. Bill

bulletName: Ken Pachkowsky
bulletEmail: kenpachkowsky@netzero.net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Palm Desert,CA
bulletDate: Monday, April 08, 2002
bulletTime: 11:05:28 AM

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Wonderfull Site! What a facinating tour of JBL history. JBL is responsible for many of my greatest memories while growing up in the Winnipeg,Manitoba area back in the early seventies. Every nickle I had (and made) was invested in my Hi-Fi system. JBL 4350's tri-amped with Crown amps and JBL Electronic Crossovers represented a 20,000 dollar investment that should never have been sold, but alas, the new wife did not see it that way. Thanks for the memories Ken

bulletName: Michel COUTHON
bulletEmail: michel.couton@free.fr
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: PARIS - France
bulletDate: Saturday, April 06, 2002
bulletTime: 10:13:45 PM

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(Excuse my english...) Thank you for that site. I was "linked" to it from the audiocircuit.com... What a surprise to discover your real good work and extreme care to achieve a comprehensive history. As a music lover for many years and former retail seller, I had the chance to hear and "test" for hours and hours many models from JBL. I have personally owned Decade L36, then L100...then Jubal L65... L200 and L300. Later on I bought a pair of monitor 4350 when I started to work in the recording business. All of these speakers gave me real pleasure and "educated" my ears to precise listening; comparing different amplifiers (HK Citation, SAE, McIntosh...) tone arms, cartridges... each JBL model was a kind of magnifying glass allowing to evaluate the quality of sound production for records or radio programs. Don't forget the little but "incredible" bookshelf L50... If you ' ve got them, never sell them! Great website... (I can find there many documents that lacked my own collection). I 'll be back soon and I'll talk much about it. Thanks.

bulletName: Paul Bauer
bulletEmail: bauerp@att.net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Woodbridge, VA
bulletDate: Monday, April 01, 2002
bulletTime: 11:01:28 AM

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I have an opportunity to buy a pair of L200's. Rumor has it that the base is not particularly accurate because of construction of the woofer. Wonder if the speaker could be rebuilt to a L200B. My main iterest is single ended vacuum tube Hifi where speakers must be very efficient. Thanks. Paul