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bulletName: Brian Anderson
bulletEmail: bee_holdings@yahoo.com.au
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Australia
bulletDate: Friday, December 05, 2003
bulletTime: 05:16:56 AM

Comments

Brings back the memories. Great site!

bulletName: G. David Sauro
bulletEmail: dsauro@cox.net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: SoCal
bulletDate: Sunday, November 30, 2003
bulletTime: 12:15:56 PM

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Finding your site for the first time today, I'm touched by the history. You see, I worked at the Altec Lansing plant in Anaheim from 1968 to 1981. I still have two "Magnificents" in my living room customized with 515's & 288's, also a 729 equalizer.

bulletName: Abraham Bensoussan
bulletEmail: abraham@vandelente.com
bulletHomepage: http://vandelente.com
bulletLocation: Wartena, Netherlands & Athens, Greece
bulletDate: Saturday, November 29, 2003
bulletTime: 08:29:29 AM

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You have made available, with considerable effort, a wealth of information to the music loving public. Including a fascinating insight of the "Great Man" and his legacy. We are grateful for your contribution, and wish to encourage you to keep up this excellent job.

bulletName: germain
bulletEmail: junjun@pandora.be
bulletHomepage: www.vinderhoute.tk
bulletLocation: Belgium
bulletDate: Wednesday, November 12, 2003
bulletTime: 05:01:42 PM

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Thanks for sharing.You should be very proud to have made such a wonderful site for yourself and everyone else to see and enjoy.Greetings from Belgien,germain.

bulletName: germain
bulletEmail: junjun@pandora.be
bulletHomepage: www.vinderhoute.tk
bulletLocation: Belgium
bulletDate: Wednesday, November 12, 2003
bulletTime: 05:01:29 PM

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Thanks for sharing.You should be very proud to have made such a wonderful site for yourself and everyone else to see and enjoy.Greetings from Belgien,germain.

bulletName: Mike Nye
bulletEmail: mpnye@earthlink.net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Southern California
bulletDate: Wednesday, November 05, 2003
bulletTime: 09:51:39 PM

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Proud owner of a pair of near-mint walnut Model 19's that will stay with me for EVER ! ! !

bulletName: John Pons
bulletEmail: loron91607@yahoo.com
bulletHomepage: www.geocities.com/vintagehifiorg/net.html
bulletLocation: Los Angeles, California
bulletDate: Tuesday, November 04, 2003
bulletTime: 03:42:55 PM

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Check out my system at www.theanalogdept.com > Systems Gallery > J.Pons I have a vintage 1940's 50's Altec Lansing VOTT system in my home which is powered by 1950's vintage McIntosh amps along with an Ampex 354 RtR. Interested in a system contact me at the above listed e-mail address.

bulletName: Loron W. Knowlen
bulletEmail: loron91607@yahoo.com
bulletHomepage: www.geocities.com/lutzobservatory/org.html
bulletLocation: Los Angeles, California
bulletDate: Tuesday, November 04, 2003
bulletTime: 03:27:22 PM

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Is this web site available on CD Rom? Is anyone currently building the VOTT A/2 or A/4? I have a friend who has a 9-channel system incorporating the Altec Lansing VOTT from the 1940's & 50's. Visit: The Analog Dept. > Systems Gallery > J.Pons

bulletName: Loron W. Knowlen
bulletEmail: loron91607@yahoo.com
bulletHomepage: www.geocities.com/lutzobservatory/org.html
bulletLocation: Los Angeles, California
bulletDate: Tuesday, November 04, 2003
bulletTime: 03:26:35 PM

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Is this web site available on CD Rom? Is anyone currently building the VOTT A/2 or A/4? I have a friend who has a 9-channel system incorporating the Altec Lansing VOTT from the 1940's & 50's. Visit: The Analog Dept. > Systems Gallery > J.Pons Loron Knowlen

bulletName: C M Barons
bulletEmail: kaurastefen@aol.com
bulletHomepage: http://www.geneseeaudio.com/our_equipment.htm
bulletLocation: Bergen, New York
bulletDate: Tuesday, November 04, 2003
bulletTime: 01:20:04 PM

Comments

Check out the high packs, SEKHMET 2110B, all JBL components!

bulletName: RICK REEVES
bulletEmail: rick@luners.com
bulletHomepage: 1384 CALLENS ROAD
bulletLocation: VENTURA, CA. 93003
bulletDate: Tuesday, November 04, 2003
bulletTime: 01:07:11 PM

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IT'S GREAT TO BE ABLE TO ACCESS THE "FACTS" FROM SUCH A GREAT (HALL OF FAME, IN MY BOOK) COMPANY. AS A AUTHORIZED FACTORY SERVICE PROVIDER (JBL PRO), I WANT TO BE ABLE TO KNOW WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT, AND THIS SURE HELPS. THANKS A BUNCH. FROM RICK REEVES RICK@LUNERS.COM CHEERS TO THE GREATNESS THAT IS, JBL PRO & ALTEC LANSING. THANKS FOR MAKING THINGS THAT MAKE LISTENING SO ENJOYABLE.

bulletName:
bulletEmail: michaelks2@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Tuesday, November 04, 2003
bulletTime: 11:50:07 AM

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bulletName: Samuel
bulletEmail: listes03@yahoo.fr
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: France
bulletDate: Tuesday, November 04, 2003
bulletTime: 05:03:33 AM

Comments

Love your site, wonderfull job of 'compilation" and archives!!!!!

bulletName: Walt Procanyn
bulletEmail: walt@polkamagic.net
bulletHomepage: http://www.polkamagic.net
bulletLocation: NYC
bulletDate: Thursday, October 30, 2003
bulletTime: 09:36:36 AM

Comments

Thanks for a very informative and helpful website. Back a few years ago I had a traveling band and still have a set of mint condition JBL 4662 professional series speakers. Stay well and may the good lord take a like'n to you. Walt

bulletName: killerwan@21cn.com
bulletEmail: killerwan@21cn.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: USA
bulletDate: Tuesday, October 28, 2003
bulletTime: 01:14:43 AM

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Hello, garagebid.com cooperates with sites all over the world. Are you interested in a mutual link?E-mail us your URL so we can come and visit.

bulletName: Robert S. Wyatt
bulletEmail: bobwyatt@mindspring.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Baton Rouge, LA
bulletDate: Saturday, October 25, 2003
bulletTime: 09:51:39 PM

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You have a very informative site. I visited the Casitas Ave facility in the early ('71 & '72). I remember the shopping carts of drivers being moved from location to location during manufacture. I've had the privilege of owning some of JBL's finest component speakers over the years and look forward to continued collaborations. Bob Wyatt

bulletName: Paul
bulletEmail:
bulletHomepage: http://www.bagfull.net/
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Friday, October 24, 2003
bulletTime: 07:51:25 AM

Comments

Nice site!! Keep it up!!

bulletName: Gary
bulletEmail: ozmagictours@yahoo.com
bulletHomepage: http://www.ozmagic.homestead.com/index.html
bulletLocation: Australia
bulletDate: Tuesday, October 21, 2003
bulletTime: 07:09:49 PM

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I enjoyed looking around your site it is very well done. Visit Oz Magic and leave a link in our guestbook if you like. Child friendly web site. Regards Gary

bulletName: Clifford Zakre
bulletEmail: czakre@aol.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Saturday, October 11, 2003
bulletTime: 09:54:39 PM

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My L101s are nearly forty years old and have been my main speakers all that time. I enjoyed my visit to your site and plan to visit often. Thanks for your efforts. Cliff Zakre

bulletName: shunyuuki
bulletEmail: tshunyuuki@yahoo.co.jp
bulletHomepage: http://www.geocities.co.jp/MusicHall-Horn/5933/
bulletLocation: Kyoto City Japan
bulletDate: Saturday, October 11, 2003
bulletTime: 07:13:13 AM

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I LOVE PARAGON ! WE NEED THIS SITE! THANK YOU!

bulletName: Antonello Di Franco
bulletEmail: kiant@libero.it
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Italy
bulletDate: Saturday, October 11, 2003
bulletTime: 04:14:15 AM

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The great site for the great man!But the new products "Oriented Made" obscured this legend!

bulletName: William Brown
bulletEmail: mbenterprizes@knology.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Huntsville Alabama
bulletDate: Friday, October 10, 2003
bulletTime: 11:40:55 PM

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Great site, have been using Altec VOTT components since mid 60's. Still sound great. Within the last couple of years, have aquired several solid state amps, 1590C's etc. Man the clarity of 1 watt with these amp is amazing. Loud is good if it's clean... :-)

bulletName: Robert Lovejoy
bulletEmail: rlovejoy@unistage.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Buffalo/Niagara Falls, USA
bulletDate: Wednesday, October 08, 2003
bulletTime: 10:38:30 PM

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One more time, great job on this site!

bulletName: Martin
bulletEmail:
bulletHomepage: http://www.locationcorse.free.fr
bulletLocation: France
bulletDate: Monday, October 06, 2003
bulletTime: 01:39:40 PM

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bulletName: MORATA ERIC
bulletEmail: ericmorata@wanadoo.fr
bulletHomepage: I have not
bulletLocation: FRANCE EUROPE
bulletDate: Saturday, October 04, 2003
bulletTime: 04:06:21 AM

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Rather a very nice historical story from the world leading manufactory, and more, the greatest state of the art inventor, Mr JAMES BULLOUGH LANSING. Still more than 50 years after the begining, JBL stay the reference. In high fidelity because all they do come fro professional technology and in professionnal systems for concerts tours,nighr clubs, studios, theatres / cinemas, and areas. Go on! a user of JBL product since 1976!! since 4530 bass cabinet and after 4818!!

bulletName: gary w green
bulletEmail: garygrn@aol.com
bulletHomepage: ?
bulletLocation: colorado springs, CO
bulletDate: Wednesday, October 01, 2003
bulletTime: 12:23:12 PM

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Have been a JBL / Altec Lansing fan and user since1963. Still have JBL products in my system. Am disappointed in level of customer service from JBL factory. Love your site.

Name: Steven Gonzales

bulletEmail: twomeeps@sbcglobal.net
bulletHomepage: n/a
bulletLocation: Bakersfield, California
bulletDate: Tuesday, September 30, 2003
bulletTime: 07:27:44 PM

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Dear Friends, In addition to my earlier comments in this guest book, please use me as a source for your next purchase of vintage JBL's. Including: Paragons, Metragons, Hartsfields and other components. I would love to help you find these wonderful speakers. To clarify, I know of three Paragons, several Metragons, and Hartsfields. Let me know if I can help. Your Friend, Steve Gonzales

bulletName: steve gonzales
bulletEmail: twomeeps@sbcglobal.net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: bakersfield,ca
bulletDate: Tuesday, September 30, 2003
bulletTime: 05:49:41 PM

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what a wonderful site,pure joy!!!!,i have owned many pairs of vintage jbls and currently own a pair of l166s,l100s,l40s and l19s . it amazes me to see what other companies call "new innovations" are just thin copies of what JBL developed years ago! its feels good to know that there are others that share one of the great passions in my life keep up the good work! thank you all,your friend steve gonzales

bulletName: Magdi S. Ayad
bulletEmail: mayad@etds.com.eg
bulletHomepage: none
bulletLocation: Cairo - Egypt
bulletDate: Monday, September 29, 2003
bulletTime: 10:27:14 AM

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I owned a pair of Altec 15 since 1978, and i love them till now.

bulletName: veeradej sidthidharm
bulletEmail: vjnomie@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: NKP. Thailand
bulletDate: Tuesday, September 23, 2003
bulletTime: 11:53:15 PM

Comments

Great website.

bulletName: Robert Xargon
bulletEmail: xargon@earthlink.net
bulletHomepage: http:''www.n4zdu.net/index.htm
bulletLocation: Florida
bulletDate: Friday, September 12, 2003
bulletTime: 04:46:59 PM

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I have two nice Altec 890-C Bolero speakers for sale to the highest offer ! email me your offers will take Paypal and can email pictures. tnx xargon

bulletName: Robert Xargon
bulletEmail: xargon@earthlink.net
bulletHomepage: http:''www.n4zdu.net/index.htm
bulletLocation: Florida
bulletDate: Friday, September 12, 2003
bulletTime: 04:46:35 PM

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I have two nice Altec 890-C Bolero speakers for sale to the highest offer ! email me your offers will take Paypal and can email pictures. tnx xargon

bulletName: Lyle Hayes
bulletEmail: Cavalryman40@yahoo.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Las Vegas NV
bulletDate: Sunday, August 17, 2003
bulletTime: 10:28:13 PM

Comments

JBL's rock, just wish they would build Hartsfields again!!!

bulletName: E. Christopher Petit
bulletEmail: Jeannemp@cox.net
bulletHomepage: 64 Estelle Blvd.
bulletLocation: Warwick, RI
bulletDate: Sunday, August 17, 2003
bulletTime: 01:40:35 PM

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Great website,as someone who owns a pair of L300's,P-40's, Pro III,s, SP-6's (in my newly remodeled kitchen),N28's,and my daughters own G-100 and D-38 each, respectfully, you can see that JBL is the speaker of choice in this house. Lest I forget, the GTO923's iun my Dodge van.

bulletName: michael duckett
bulletEmail: poquosonduck@aol.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: va beach va
bulletDate: Sunday, August 10, 2003
bulletTime: 03:20:47 PM

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i have a pair of jbl 4312 control moniters i bought brand new. they deliver , should i sell or keep?

bulletName: av.occase
bulletEmail: av.occase@noos.fr
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Monday, July 21, 2003
bulletTime: 10:26:43 AM

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ampli altec lansing 9440 a best regards ...

bulletName: shunyuuki
bulletEmail:
bulletHomepage: http://www.geocities.co.jp/MusicHall-Horn/5933/
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Friday, July 18, 2003
bulletTime: 05:29:47 PM

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I LOVE JBL PARAGON!! LOOK AT MY HOME PAGE!! FROM JAPAN!!

bulletName: Louis Bélanger
bulletEmail: louis.belanger@sympatico.ca
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Wednesday, July 16, 2003
bulletTime: 04:17:07 PM

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Very nice website ! Well documented and interresting to read and look. It represents a nice and deserved tribute to Mr JB Lansing,without doubt a pioneer in sound reproduction.It's nice to see JBL still pursuing the same vision of perfection and creativity.The latest iteration of the S Serie, the S9800 is a resounding example of the heritage left by its founder.

bulletName: Mr Francis Cizmar
bulletEmail: franciscizmar@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Taylor, Michigan
bulletDate: Monday, July 14, 2003
bulletTime: 12:26:55 PM

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Thanks for creating and maintaining this website - very useful from a historical perspective. I am a librarian and I appeciate the time and effort involved in preserving the past for future generations.

bulletName: terry
bulletEmail: web@v.com
bulletHomepage: http://www.voyages-soldes.com
bulletLocation: nicea
bulletDate: Thursday, July 10, 2003
bulletTime: 04:44:50 PM

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Your site is just what I was looking for. Great work http://www.voyages-soldes.com

bulletName: madanight
bulletEmail: johan@fr.st
bulletHomepage: http://www.madanight.com
bulletLocation: france
bulletDate: Thursday, July 10, 2003
bulletTime: 05:42:19 AM

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interesting website ! http://www.madanight.com

bulletName: thor triffin
bulletEmail: xbaxter@uswest.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: minneapolis
bulletDate: Tuesday, July 08, 2003
bulletTime: 12:31:23 PM

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I purchased a set of 4435 studio monitors 8 years ago for 310 dollars a real good investment they rock!!!

bulletName: Sherwood Davies
bulletEmail: sherwood@westlakeaudio.com
bulletHomepage: www.westlakeaudio.com
bulletLocation: Newbury Park,CA
bulletDate: Tuesday, July 01, 2003
bulletTime: 06:34:36 PM

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I'm very impressed by the loyalty you have for the old JBL systems.

bulletName: Sunchart Leursiri
bulletEmail: octostar@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Bangkok Thailand
bulletDate: Tuesday, July 01, 2003
bulletTime: 04:57:55 AM

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Rock Never Die like my 4301b. he give me a realthing. Thank alot for this fineart from JBL. and now I'm looking for 4434

bulletName: Carl Warner
bulletEmail: warnecj1@comcast.,net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: East Tennessee
bulletDate: Sunday, June 29, 2003
bulletTime: 02:01:01 PM

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Anyone still around that worked with me during the 1960's when I was a Field Engineer with Altec Service Corporation? My responsibility then was to service and trouble shoot motion picture theater, auitorium, television and film studio sound and 35/16mm motion picture projection equipments. I worked throughout the Southern U.S. and with government facilities in Washington, D.C. Any of you guys remember me? Carl Warner

bulletName: John Cardenas
bulletEmail:
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: San Jose, Calif
bulletDate: Saturday, June 28, 2003
bulletTime: 01:54:27 AM

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I have had 4 Altec-Lansing Valencia speakers since the early 1970's and love the quality of sound. I have had 100's of offers to buy them but no way. I will pass on 1 pair to each of my sons. I might have them play at my funeral....ha ha

bulletName: Paul Bateman
bulletEmail: pbate53@aol.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Friday, June 27, 2003
bulletTime: 12:49:44 PM

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Do you have any JBL-L100 egg crate speaker grills for sale..? Also, do you know if they will fit a pair of L110's? Any information would be appreciated. Thanks.

bulletName: r.j. timmermann
bulletEmail: timmermann@neb.rr.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: USA
bulletDate: Thursday, June 26, 2003
bulletTime: 08:31:52 AM

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I have been fasinated with the JBL sound since the 70's. I bought my first pair of L200's. My first encounter was with- then, Ms. Melody Bell (PR) of JBL. I wanted to do my own speaker designs w/ JBL componets. She supplied myself, with all the liturature to build system/blueprints. Since that day I have had dozens of Factory models and have modified them to my liking. It has been a lot of fun. My listening room now has become smaller (childern again!) is not as large with my horn loaded L300's w S-22 system. I found the L212's are a great under rated system. I have since added a second matching sub-to take the burden off both left and right signals of the mono version system. Removed the 066's and replaced with 075's. As is the mids 5-9's to the larger 5-2's. Very apealing sound with the VAC 30/30 Valve amp, CPA MKlll pre.

bulletName: Holger Jurzik
bulletEmail: holger@jurzik.de
bulletHomepage: jurzik.de
bulletLocation: Duisburg ; Germany
bulletDate: Thursday, June 26, 2003
bulletTime: 01:00:37 AM

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Great side!!

bulletName: Christopher
bulletEmail: chriss22@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: L.A.
bulletDate: Tuesday, June 24, 2003
bulletTime: 07:46:07 AM

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Hello, very nice page, keep on. Greetings from L.A.. <a href="http://www.locationcorse.net/corse/corse.html">corse</a>, <a href="http://www.locationcorse.net/corsica/corsica.html">corsica</a>

bulletName: xargon
bulletEmail: xargon@bontheweb.net
bulletHomepage: http://www.bontheweb.net/xargon/index.html
bulletLocation: USA
bulletDate: Friday, June 20, 2003
bulletTime: 07:09:49 PM

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any info on Altec Bolero 890 C speakers would be nice ! anyone ? tnx xargon

bulletName: xargon
bulletEmail: xargon@bontheweb.net
bulletHomepage: http://www.bontheweb.net/xargon/index.html
bulletLocation: USA
bulletDate: Friday, June 20, 2003
bulletTime: 07:09:30 PM

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any info on Altec Bolero 890 C speakers would be nice ! anyone ? tnx xargon

bulletName: Michael A. Dunn
bulletEmail: mdkqd@earthlink.net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Maryland
bulletDate: Sunday, June 08, 2003
bulletTime: 10:22:30 AM

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Your website is extremely well put together. I'm 45 and first listened to a pair of JBL's (don't know what model) around 1973. They were a floor standing model and could have been 20 years old at the time as far as I know. At 16, I was amazed at the quality of sound. I own a pair of L65's I bought at a thrift store for $25. Replaced surrounds and am impressed as I was in 1973.

bulletName: Tom Wright
bulletEmail: mrtomwright@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage: 4955 Castana #1
bulletLocation: lakewood,CA 90712
bulletDate: Tuesday, June 03, 2003
bulletTime: 03:01:18 PM

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I have a JBL SA-600 solid state amp looking for information and manuals for this SA_600, also how much was the cost of this amp and is there a market for the sales of this amp. please let me know, Thanks, Tom

bulletName: Birgit Gellner
bulletEmail:
bulletHomepage: http://www.continentalreise.de/kroatien_ferienhaus/
bulletLocation: de
bulletDate: Monday, June 02, 2003
bulletTime: 08:51:15 AM

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Hello, my curiosity drove me here! For a long time I intended to hold you an attendance: Finally it folds! And furthermore from my side fat praise! Completely cordial greetings and until soon, good-bye

bulletName: robert e. munger
bulletEmail: Audisar@hotmail.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Seattle Washington area
bulletDate: Tuesday, May 27, 2003
bulletTime: 04:17:57 PM

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Was a sound contractor for many years. Many of the JBL and Altec folks are personal friends of mine and have been for many years. Am getting now toward the end of my time, however I have made a difference with the fine products from these two companies. The best audio gear in the world is built in the USA, and you hear my transformer work every day on the radio, tv and military networks.

bulletName: Patrick Van Campenhout
bulletEmail: p.vancampenhout@swing.be
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Brussels Belgium
bulletDate: Sunday, May 25, 2003
bulletTime: 02:51:35 PM

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Hi, I've been for long hours on this exceptionnal site. It is a very intresting and professionnal one. I'm the happy proprietary of a pair of 4430, another of 4301B, and I have sold a renewed pair of L150 last month. I've also a pair of L36 I try to reshuffling. When I sold these old boxes from the 70's, I try to share a real passion for the best sound I really heard. Thanks for your brilliant work. PVC (Financial Journalist)

bulletName: John A. Meyers
bulletEmail: afriquear@aol.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Florida
bulletDate: Friday, May 23, 2003
bulletTime: 07:16:33 PM

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In 1978, I worked for a stereo shop in Tulsa, OK. I had the good fortune and good sense to purchase a pair of JBL 100's. I thought I'd never hear a better speaker. That was until 3 years ago when I decided to buy a pair of speakers for my living room. I searched the high end stores, scoured the internet and spent countless hours reading reviews of "new" speakers. It was while reading a Stereo Review, that I saw a tiny little ad for vintage JBL's. Well, good fortune struck again as I found Hal Cox and purchased a vintage pair of C-36's with LE-85's and 130's with a 1200 crossover. My wife thought I was nuts to buy such old speakers.....until I hooked them up! Little Feat - Waiting for Columbus never sounded so good! She's now my ex and I will be forever in Hal Cox's debt for selling me those amazing speakers. By the way, I still have the 100's and will never part with either pair. JBL's are the best! Thanks Hal, John

bulletName: MARC HOOD
bulletEmail: 3mhoods@charter.net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: WISCONSIN U S A
bulletDate: Wednesday, May 21, 2003
bulletTime: 07:55:30 AM

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thank you for producing a wonderfull site!, its always good to see someone keep current on vintage equipment such as the greatest transducer's ever made. I have several pairs of VOTT'S and growing. Since being introDUCED to altec in the early sixties at a young age by my father, it changed me forever. the shear dominance of altec equipment was obvious then and still is THANKS AGAIN

bulletName: ben
bulletEmail: privacy@first.com
bulletHomepage: http://www.yellowbee.org
bulletLocation: colorado
bulletDate: Tuesday, May 20, 2003
bulletTime: 11:43:38 AM

Comments

Keep it up!

bulletName: Michael A. Bugaj
bulletEmail: mjackryan@aol.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Chicago Illinois
bulletDate: Monday, May 12, 2003
bulletTime: 03:12:53 PM

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Owned the Aquarius model with the small sound port (slit) a the top of the speaker and would love to find a working pair somewhere in US.. Any help ? pls send email to mjackryan@aol.com. Many thanks signed ...Should have held onto them...

bulletName: joao somoes de oliveira
bulletEmail: js_o@ig.com.br
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Brasil
bulletDate: Thursday, May 08, 2003
bulletTime: 01:08:57 PM

Comments

SOU UM GRANDE ADMIRADOR DAS CXS JBL, POSSUO UM PAR DA JBL L 65 (JUBAL) E GOSTARIA DE RECEBER UM HISTORICO COMPLETO DA JBL DESDE O INICIO DA SUA FUNDAÇAO ATÁ A PRESENTE DATA. OBRIGADO JOAO SIMOES DE OLIVEIRA

bulletName: Takeshi Mikami
bulletEmail: cem18650@nyc.odn.ne.jp
bulletHomepage: http://gokudo.co.jp
bulletLocation: Japan
bulletDate: Wednesday, May 07, 2003
bulletTime: 06:36:10 AM

Comments

How do you do,it is Japanese Mr Lansing's fan. The homepage is always seen happinly. Jazz is heard from the model related to Mr. Lansing etc. Please see my homepage.

bulletName: Jerry Young
bulletEmail: jerryyy@pacbell.net
bulletHomepage: None
bulletLocation: Woodland, Ca.
bulletDate: Friday, May 02, 2003
bulletTime: 11:25:08 PM

Comments

Such a wonderful site for those of us with Altec Lansing speaker systems. Also I'm in need of two of the HF horns used in Altec's 890c Bolero speaker systems.

bulletName: Frank Dumont
bulletEmail: perisound@pt.lu
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Luxembourg
bulletDate: Tuesday, April 29, 2003
bulletTime: 02:55:15 PM

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Fantastic site! Being in the professional sound equipment sales business I used to be interested mainly in the newest equipment but I still own some vintage equipment too. It's hard to admit that 20 years ago I dumped Altec Santanas and even a whole Western Electric cinema sound system! Surely I will go to hell for that! If I only could turn back time...

bulletName: Michael Machula
bulletEmail: mjmachula@insightbb.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Urbana, IL
bulletDate: Tuesday, April 29, 2003
bulletTime: 02:20:05 PM

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bulletName: Carlos Alberto Fazano
bulletEmail: fazaoquantun@yahoo.com.br
bulletHomepage: www.cfazano.hpg.com.br
bulletLocation: São Paulo, Brasil
bulletDate: Saturday, April 26, 2003
bulletTime: 10:52:20 PM

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Dear Sirs I loved your website! I am assembling also a ws where on chapter 7, still in preparation, I am describing "the origin of sound reproduction". It has many interesting aspects related with JBL and Klipsch. you are invited to visit it. It is not so well prepared and complete like yours. However, I think through the same we can start a muutual cooperation. If your were interested to start such a kind of mutual cooperation pls be in touch. In the same opportunity I thank you for yourn patiency in developing so well prepared pates.

bulletName: Don Lovett
bulletEmail: donpdp@hickorytech.net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Amboy, Minnesota
bulletDate: Tuesday, April 22, 2003
bulletTime: 11:11:06 PM

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A WONDERFUL Website in every way, the best of the best for honoring all the wonderful JBL and Altec stuff! I am still listening regularly to my pair of A7-500-8's, AND my JBL Hartsfields, located in the main room of my recording studio. This makes just an AMAZING surround system for movies, and musicians of course just love to jam in the immensly powerful sound field these 4 speakers can generate! Of course, we use some much more modern equipment, but that stuff just comes and goes. The old JBL and Altec stuff STAYS! Young kids are frequently just AMAZED at what they hear! Keep up the good work. Warmest regards, Don Lovett Purple Dragon Productions

bulletName: Katsumi
bulletEmail: de-rosa@pop06.odn.ne.jp
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bulletLocation: Japan
bulletDate: Monday, April 21, 2003
bulletTime: 09:42:39 AM

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http://www.audiosharing.com/archive/jbl/jbl.htm

bulletName: Mike
bulletEmail: Kahrs
bulletHomepage: www.sound-management.com
bulletLocation: Fullerton, CA
bulletDate: Sunday, April 20, 2003
bulletTime: 06:25:08 PM

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Quite an exceptional resource. I used to take Hammond organ lessons from Ray Tomko

bulletName: Sarabjit Singh Padda
bulletEmail: sarabjit_is_in@rediffmail.com
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bulletLocation: India
bulletDate: Friday, April 18, 2003
bulletTime: 11:49:51 PM

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A GREAT site for all true lovers of theatre sound

bulletName: Ellis Kantor
bulletEmail: PIEPEI@AOL.COM
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bulletDate: Friday, April 18, 2003
bulletTime: 11:41:32 AM

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bulletName: Stephen Heinecke
bulletEmail: zyzzix@starpower.net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Washington DC
bulletDate: Wednesday, April 16, 2003
bulletTime: 09:09:05 AM

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Great site, keep up the good work!

bulletName: Colin Krycer
bulletEmail: colink@eisa.net.au
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bulletLocation: Melbourne Australia
bulletDate: Tuesday, April 15, 2003
bulletTime: 06:41:31 PM

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I bought my pair of JBL L100's in 1978 and they are still in my living room now as the left and right speakers of my home theatre. They are still in mint condition with the only alteration being new cloth grills as the foam ones crumbled. I love my L100's and will never part with them. The sound still amazes me. I would be interested to hear from others who still own L100's.

bulletName: michael walsh
bulletEmail: unionman@rock.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: waltham,ma
bulletDate: Saturday, April 12, 2003
bulletTime: 12:18:26 PM

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after viewing your price list I noticed that my beloved pair of l110's were released in different years with dffferent prices. I don't know why, were there changes to the speakers? also, I don't know what year mine are, I have the serial numbers would that help? thanks,mike. P.S. GO VINTAGE JBL................................

bulletName: Amber Dawn Robinson
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bulletDate: Friday, April 11, 2003
bulletTime: 04:59:45 PM

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bulletName: Phillip Chmiel
bulletEmail: hmchmiel@aol.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Paw Paw MI.
bulletDate: Friday, April 11, 2003
bulletTime: 10:44:44 AM

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Bought my first JBL speaker "a D130" in a Fender Single Showman amp in 1963. In 1965 built a P.A. system using two D130 and a Newcomb 100 watt tube amp. It worked wonderful. I have tried most every brand since "including E.V. made not to far from here" and have always came back to JBL. They are the best.

bulletName: Adrian A. Heredia
bulletEmail: ahere6698@msn.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: San Pedro, CALIF
bulletDate: Tuesday, April 08, 2003
bulletTime: 04:21:51 PM

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Hi there @ JBL: The very first pair of JBL's i owned were the L65 Jubal, brown grill. I purchased them in 1979 in Germany from the AAFES Audio photo club in Ramstein GE. I was in the ARMY. I would like to know where i may order a pair of JBL-L100.

bulletName: james
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bulletDate: Monday, March 31, 2003
bulletTime: 11:21:27 AM

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i did the same with http://www.voyage-fr.com

bulletName: frank
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bulletDate: Saturday, March 29, 2003
bulletTime: 07:39:25 PM

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I made a link with my site http://beabase.sonnerie.net/sonneries.php

bulletName: Asok Patnaik
bulletEmail: asok_patnaik@yahoo.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: New York
bulletDate: Tuesday, March 25, 2003
bulletTime: 10:11:27 AM

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Excellent historical perspective for someone born much after James Lansing began making loudspeakers. Keep it up.

bulletName: jean
bulletEmail:
bulletHomepage: http://www.internet-en-ligne.com
bulletLocation:
bulletDate: Wednesday, March 19, 2003
bulletTime: 06:57:31 PM

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Your site was really usefull to me. Thanks. ..and i enjoy the design.

bulletName: Mark
bulletEmail: thevott@yahoo.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: USA
bulletDate: Tuesday, March 18, 2003
bulletTime: 04:01:45 PM

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Hi, As a teenager in the '70s my first experience with James B. Lansing's technology, other than at the local movie theatre, was with my dads "big" Heathkit Altecs. They were head and shoulders better and bigger sounding than anything my brothers and I had ever heard. Though our dad regularly played Wagner, Stravinsky and Tchikovski's 1812 overature on the units to impress his friends, us kids---to impress our friends---cranked up Beatles, Genesis and Rush's 2112 overture (whenever he was out of town of course!). The windows rattled to say the least. Over the years I have become a big fan of Lansing products and have been expanding my knowlege of Altec and JBL accordingly. I was delighted to find this site. I don't feel like such a freek anymore (a nerd mabee).

bulletName: Hermand Arthur
bulletEmail: arthur.hermand@skynet.be
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: Belgium
bulletDate: Thursday, March 06, 2003
bulletTime: 11:10:13 AM

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Thanck you very much for this site. It's wonderfull site good luck for the future

bulletName: Jeff
bulletEmail: Margolis
bulletHomepage: jeff@margolislaw.com
bulletLocation: New York City
bulletDate: Tuesday, March 04, 2003
bulletTime: 09:51:18 PM

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Enjoyed the site.."bumped" into it when doing a search for "Margoli" (pl. Margolis) on the website. Back in the 70's I was a bit of a hi-fi buff--used to hangout at Harvey's on W. 45th st in Manhattan. If Garry M. is still around, send my regrads. I always did like the AL and JBL speaker lines. Cheers! Jeff Margolis

bulletName: Frank Portillo
bulletEmail: chiles2@worldnet.att.net
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: So. California
bulletDate: Tuesday, March 04, 2003
bulletTime: 09:07:13 PM

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Great site. Love it. Find it all. Perfect reference. I've made a donation in the past....worth it. Where else you gonna find this stuff? I just got a pair of 4530bk "scoop" cabs(empty). Oak wood veneer(very likely custom boxes made by JBL, and the original grills with cloth and frame. Don't know vintage but ser. # on one is 15219. I do have some plans for these.

bulletName: Lawrence H. Fohr
bulletEmail: WB2CQT@Juno.com
bulletHomepage:
bulletLocation: NYC,NY
bulletDate: Saturday, March 01, 2003
bulletTime: 07:22:47 PM

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Have various JBL and Altec components, would like info on JBL comp. driver #2845, number is correct. Two inch exit, alnico, largest of its type.Can't find on JBL site. Enjoy building systems usuing JBL components, would like to meet others in NYC area w/similar interests.