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#52304 - 07/19/04 09:48 PM Re: A genuine Invitation to Joey.
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Have you tried listening to one of these against the Legacy Focus or the B&W801?



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#52305 - 07/19/04 09:48 PM Re: A genuine Invitation to Joey.
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ahhhh-the legacy focus.i was ready to buy them also for 5800 usd..awesome sounding speakers and beautifull pieces of furniture as well....btw craig,have you ever heard the whispers?i bet there amazing,for 15000 they better be....ron

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#52306 - 07/19/04 09:49 PM Re: A genuine Invitation to Joey.
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That will be an interesting read.Lookind foward to your thoughts.
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#52307 - 07/19/04 10:13 PM Re: A genuine Invitation to Joey.
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The Focus were quite good... just a bit uneven in the low mids/upper bass.. The Wispers look great... but, as you mentioned, for $15 large... they should be. Those Ushers are beautiful, but I have yet to hear them.
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#52308 - 07/19/04 10:25 PM Re: A genuine Invitation to Joey.
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Wow Craig...again...A LOT of Fun!!

With your measuring equipment now, can you measure decay? Or does that take even more expensive equipment?

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#52309 - 07/19/04 10:30 PM Re: A genuine Invitation to Joey.
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Sure... We can do Carbon dating, all kinds of decay... Actually, I will have to play with the ETF stuff more. It will do THD, but so will TrueRTA...

What will be really fun to see is what the ETF corrected response looks like Vs. the Raw TrueRTA curves...

And while this test will be fun, it will take a while... As Alan said, he needs to get other things caught up, and the Swan's stuff may be a while.

And we have 3 more months of golf weather...
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#52310 - 07/20/04 12:12 AM Re: A genuine Invitation to Joey.
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Great. Do you have a preference in the interfaces between the software packages?

Yeah....we are in prime beach volleyball weather now...eventhough we play year round.

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#52311 - 07/20/04 08:06 AM Re: A genuine Invitation to Joey.
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The ETF is far superior, though harder to learn.
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#52312 - 07/20/04 11:06 AM Re: A genuine Invitation to Joey.
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Thanks Craig...

Been thinking about picking up some measuring equipment and an EQ unit and taking your advice on EQing my bass.

My understanding is EQing the sub is much more of a revelation than EQing the speakers. Do you concur?

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#52313 - 07/20/04 03:14 PM Re: A genuine Invitation to Joey.
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Curtis, Absolutely... the bass will have the largest fluctuations... you may want to wait a bit though, there are a couple of true stand alone units that will be nuch easier to deal with than buying a BFD, a software package... etc...
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