Who wants some proper old speakers?

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You're more than welcome to listen to my IMF TLS50's (bring your shock wave pressure suits though!)
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Leonard Smalls

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Alex_A wrote:

how do you make a hotlink like that?
Using square brackets {url=http://www.hoojacapivvy}WHAT YOU WANT TO SAY{/url}

And according to Celestion they do bass "down to 18Hz"!!! I'd believe it - though mine appear to be quite re-worked compared to the series 1. Mine are not as tall, deeper and with the bass radiator at the rear. More importantly they're 8ohm, with power handling "to 200w" - though my big Bryston hasn't caused them any trouble so far!

And I'm not the seller or even bidding - just attempting to help with some neighbour baiting :dude:

 

Leonard Smalls

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Matt J wrote:

Any idea as to the sensitivity of these Leonard?
They were quoted as 89dB/w/m.

But beingthe series 1 being a4ohm load I reckon they need power - mine only came on song with plenty, but then I think mine are nearer 86dB/w/m (and 8ohm)after trying them next to some Audio Physic Virgo 3s on the end of a Lavardin IT (the Dittons were better to my jaded old ears)

 

jon

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I want, but can't collect
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Anyway, are the 66s less sensitive than the 44s? My ditton 44s went pretty loud with a little sonic impact t amp, and a NAD 3020 drives them stupidly loud no prob...

 

syep2001

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Keep seeing a few pairs of these, soooooo ugly, but i've heard a set, soooo good!!

 

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