In Reply to: Nice looking, but some questions . . . posted by M3 lover on May 14, 2012 at 09:54:52:
I actually bought the speakers from someone in 2002 for 3000 dollars.
Just the drivers alone cost so much money.
The speakers sound great.
The bass is fast and tight. The mids are very smooth.
The guy who built the speakers really knew how to build them good.
A friend of his built the cabinet.
After i heard them, I told him i'll buy them from him for 3000 dollars.
Next thing i know, he sold me the speakers.
I had the Dunlavy 1V speakers and the tweeter sounds recessed.
Dunlavy made an amazing crossover, but didn't use the best drivers.
He used all Vifa drivers on the 1V speakers.
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Topic - Dunlavy 1VA type clone speakers - DanWilson 22:47:25 05/13/12 (14)
- RE: Dunlavy 1VA type clone speakers - Pro Sound Guy 13:16:04 05/15/12 (0)
- Why shove them in the corners? - Ozzy 15:52:39 05/14/12 (2)
- I absolutely agree - M3 lover 22:37:38 05/14/12 (1)
- RE: I absolutely agree - email@example.com 13:09:17 05/15/12 (0)
- That IS excellent craftsmanship Dan~nT - Cleantimestream 14:28:15 05/14/12 (1)
- RE: That IS excellent craftsmanship Dan~nT - DanWilson 15:12:11 05/14/12 (0)
- Good Job! - Brian A 13:03:23 05/14/12 (0)
- Nice looking, but some questions . . . - M3 lover 09:54:52 05/14/12 (4)
- RE: Nice looking, but some questions . . . - DanWilson 13:41:06 05/14/12 (2)
- In a more general sense, - Presto 13:07:30 05/14/12 (0)
- crossover for Dunlavy clone - hawkmoon 05:55:56 05/14/12 (1)
- RE: crossover for Dunlavy clone - DanWilson 08:40:50 05/14/12 (0)