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I'm not familiar with the "m/x" designation.Would these do?DU
Though the ad doesn't mention it, I believe the speakers I linked have the beryllium drivers. Am I mistaken?DU
They don't go terribly deep in bass, but the rest...is superb.
Quote from: IanATCThey don't go terribly deep in bass, but the rest...is superb.Interesting. It's almost as if we're talking about different speakers, at least with regards to bass extension.I have no first-hand experience, but know someone who used a pair of NS1000s with beryllium drivers in his mastering facility for over 20 years. He swears they consistently reach 17Hz, and occasionally brings them out for organ pedal and other bass-intensive music.DU
Hello,I have listened to Stephens Trusonic 150FR and 12" Jensen with custom built cabinet and crossover. I never forgot those speaker's sound and surely they are driven by SET amps (211 and 300B parallel). The sound was very natural, especially with defined bass, which I have never listened to nowaday or modern speakers (I do not mean horn speakers since horn is another level). Do anybody try to listen or hear any custom built vintage speakers? Let me know your thought and/or your opinion. Thanks.
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