2 X 1.5t Amp's
1 C-2 Pre-amp
1 Carver speaker control system
Pair of Amazing Platinum Speakers
60" Ribbons 4 X 12" woofers
Got em new around 89 or so...
Here are some other "RIBBON" Speakers I have as well, What imaging!!!
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rob wrote:Nice setup man! If you get a chance post some pics sometime.
OconeeOrange wrote:"Gary likes to play it 'loud' as do I. His system begs you turn it up until you die"
TNRabbit wrote:Scarabeo wrote:What is that?
docadillac wrote:Very nice sir. Those rectangular speakers sure look intriguing.
Scarabeo wrote:To tell you the truth I have no idea who made them, I have been told they are older Martin Logans.
Each speaker has 4 panels and each one is huge. You must use a sub with them but the stereo imaging
is out of this world--Way better then the platinum's. Sadly there is no name stamped any place and
they could be some older concept speaker but any how they are from the late 80's
Any one ever seen these before? Let me know...
Dreamer wrote:Scarabeo wrote:I have no idea who made them,
I can almost guarantee that those are NOT Martin Logans of any sort.
If you want, I could cross-post this pic to the Martin Logan Owners Forum, and see if anyone over there knows what these speakers are. Could you give us a pic of the back of this speaker, or a photo of the crossover circuitry? That would help a LOT in determining if they are home-brew or industrial prototypes or whatever.
I finally got around to posting a pic of your speaker on the Martin Logan forum,
I thought we had a hit--one of the members thought it was an Eminent Technologies speaker form the late 1980s but after closer inspection and comparing it to the pics of that ET speaker, we decided it wasn't the same...
We're still looking though, but I'm starting to think this beast is some sort of home-made speaker, put together by a VERY talented speaker builder...
I'll keep you updated.
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