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RE: Snell Type A restoration - - insulation against baffle

would agree with the other comments. You may not be ale to get the insulation identical to what it was, but if you are close, should be insignificant.

I owned the original As, A2 and A3is. also had a pair of the type Ones for a while.

With any of the models, plenty of power was always a key important factor for sound quality. 250 watts per channel or more always helped, even at lower volume levels.

Also room placement is very key, close to the wall is better for bass, but not so good for imaging. If you have a large enough room, 3 feet out from the back wall seemed to work best for me.

Am sorry, but do not have any photos of the Snell A showing the insulation.

You have a classic speaker, enjoy it.


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