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|10/8/2004 11:49 PM|
|Boy Howdy||Why doesn't somebody make a 9-inch or 13.5-inch speaker?|
I bet somebody will do this someday. There's a big difference between 10s and 12s, and between 12s and 15s. Why hasn't somebody done this already?
Why are musicians so set in their ways? Why do we not demand more innovation?
|10/8/2004 11:52 PM|
I'm listening to the radio ... I meant 11-inch speaker, not a 9-inch speaker. And I'm talking about guitar speakers.
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|10/9/2004 11:36 AM|
I wonder what a 10" x 12" oval guitar speaker would sound like?
|10/9/2004 12:03 AM|
i wish EV still made the EVM 30W.
|10/9/2004 4:04 PM|
|10/11/2004 4:24 AM|
Does Ted have the capability to stamp his own baskets? I assumed he bought them.
There really isn't much to a speaker, the innovation and differences usually come from the materials and adhesives used in them. NdFeB magnets are one of the coolest mods. Would be interesting to see an 11" or 13.5" though.
|10/11/2004 6:39 PM|
|Boy Howdy||Why doesn't somebody make a 11-inch or 13.5-inch speaker?|
An 11 incher could easily be configured to fit in a standard 12-inch speaker route.
I bet steel players in particular would love a 13.5 incher.
I'd like to try a cab with both sizes installed, say 1 or 2 - 13.5s and 2 - 11s.
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