Mike Bradley's HT3's

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Mike Bradley's HT3's
« on: 15 Jan 2006, 02:11 pm »
Mike Bradley wanted full-length solid wood front baffles.  Normally this would be EXTREMELY expensive, but fortunately he wanted straight walnut and I was able to find some boards at a reasonable price.

He also had new flooring (red oak) and sent me a sample to match.  I was able to do so fairly closely.



He also wanted full grills.



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« Reply #1 on: 15 Jan 2006, 03:15 pm »
Those are seriously good looking speakers.  I like it when every aspect of a component (a speaker in this case) recieves such attention - whether it's sound reproduction, aesthetics, or old world craftsmanship.  Such a complete picture carries the designer's heart and soul into one's living room.    

Judging from what I see here, this speaker appears to reek of quality.  Very impressive.

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« Reply #2 on: 15 Jan 2006, 08:07 pm »
Yes, those are gorgeous.  I love the look of the Salks that don't have the sub-baffle (or whatever you call it).