The best way to enjoy digital music reproduction is to never listen to a good analogue reproduction.
Robert R. - "Did you see my North Korea analogy? I should have named it Carversite.kim"
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Amazing Line Source - A new speaker design by Bob Carver and James Sauter
(pair of) SILVER-7 TUBE AMPs
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OconeeOrange wrote:"Gary likes to play it 'loud' as do I. His system begs you turn it up until you die"
treitz3 wrote: I can't wait to hear the concept.
TNRabbit wrote:I understand the math & what the total numbers are, I just find it hard to believe ANY number of tiny-ass drivers could reproduce LOW bass~
gdb wrote:A lot of Polk speakers produce very low frquency bass with only 4- 6.5" drivers but, they also use a large passive radiator too. I was always amazed at the bass levels produced by them
BillD wrote:gdb, I'm not sure I understand what you're saying. I'm looking at my Sunfire True Subwoofer Mk.II with a butyl rubber surround on the 10" active driver AND the passive radiator.
gdb wrote:Yeah, yeah ,yeah I've heard all the Carver vs. Polk retorts "ad puke'eum" and then some. BUT.... the method for bass production in early speaker offerings from both camps, diverge big time. Large active woofers for C. and small mid-woofers plus a large passive radiator for P. If any "driver technology" was shared by the two, it sure wasn't the choice of speaker compliance material. Butyl rubber as opposed to garden variety foam?? Did you get the ring and secret handshake yet??
Toy Maker wrote:Damn you guys can take ANY subject off topic
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