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New home. Thanks for the post.
Sorry to go a bit OT but...hey Pete, is that a sub in the corner to the right of the right RM30 or is it a bass trap?
In my opinion the LRC is one of the BEST Center channel speakers at any price. Only thing better is the RM-30 Horizontal, or if you want to go NUCLEAR the Horizontal RM40
I already have non-buyers remorse... And the seller was literally the next suburb down from me.
Mind telling us who the shipper was?
FedEx is the shipper. The seller is the sender.
My bad, I should have been specific. Terminology is often interpreted differently by different people.
In regards to the LRCs shown above..I know they each have the FST, and noticed that the foam wave guides run vertically on either side of the FST. The old wave guides on my earlier model LRC pair used 2-channel are mounted horizontally above and below the spiral tweeters. Would modern guides improve anything with my spirals? Seems like they'd allow either. What is the dispersion of the FSTs, spirals, and midrange panels mounted vertically (std), or horizontally (if I stand my LRCs up vertically)?Are new foam guides available? Mine are starting to disintegrate a little. Thanks.
VMPS RM 30 **Amazing Speakers - (Irvine, CA) $1499http://www.usaudiomart.com/details/649340924-vmps-rm-30-amazing-speakers/"Bought these speakers from another seller on AM , great working condition , I just bougth Focal Mirco Utopia , so these need to go.RM 30 is a speaker that can match the dynamic capabilities of competent horns, the immediacy of electrostatics and planar-magnetics, and the fine detailing and imaging of the best dynamic designs." - Positive FeedbackRM30 is 50 cm (20") deep, but can be placed directly against a back wall if needed. The FST, Soundcoat and 10" Megawoofer are all standard. M and C versions are exactly the same except for the M's sidefiring woofers. The large cabinet of the C version provides good quality bass flat to 39 Hz from the four 16 cm WCF woofers. The M version cuts off at 32 Hz. The RM30 uses three 2.4 Ohm midrange panels wired in series. The FST is at the top of the column. The C version is a true line source, the M series is a slight departure with its side-firing woofer. The active 16 cm is a specially developed WCF 16 cm Megawoofer. They offer higher power handling, cleaner sound and have the ability of not bottoming out no matter how hard they are driven.The RM30's are extremely flexible of placement, including touching the back wall if necessary.VMPS RM30 M & C versionsThis loudspeaker answers the requests from audiophiles since early 2002 for a speaker priced between, & more attractive than the RM2 & RM40. Its premium blending of price, performance, flexibility, & cosmetic beauty promises more than anything currently available.· Price includes Free Swinging Tweeter & SoundCoat.· Performance: maximum output just below the RM40 combined w/a new reference in staging, imaging, musicality, nearfield listening, & disappearing qualities.· Flexibility: the standard C model has bass extension in the high 30s. The M version (additional 10”side firing MW, same cabinet) extends to the high 20s & has a feature to minimize bass modes. Details on both versions below.· Cosmetic Beauty: at 20cm wide it’s the narrowest VMPS ever & 5 cm narrower than the 626R standmount. At 122 cm it’s only 8 cm above the RM2 and a perfect match for video monitors. Depth is a moderate 50 cm.Driver Array: the sequence below matches the driver positions on the baffle, from the top down.1. Standard FST tweeter, previously standard only at the RMX.2. 3 vertical Neo mids.3. Dual active 16 cm, the ideal diameter in the critical transition range, w/punchy, quick midbass.Passive Radiators: tunable, down firing, slot & mass loaded (classic VMPS). The ultra-slim baffle requires dual 16 cm PRs (a VMPS first), mounted inline front to back. Mass adjustments are performed on both or only one PR (the front), providing finer & smoother tuning increments."
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