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m60ti's what class?
#118612 12/05/05 05:50 AM
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someone emailed me and told me my speakers are not even class "D"...what does this mean? he wanted to trade some vandersteen 2c's for my m60ti's....should i consider this trade? TIA


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#118613 12/05/05 05:57 AM
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Why would you want to trade your M60's? As Rodney Dangerfield (God rest his soul) said in Back to School "give me a call when you don't have any class"
Tell him to go p$$ up a rope!

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#118614 12/05/05 06:55 AM
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It means someone was blowing smoke up your ass. Class D refers (in my experience) to amplifiers, not speakers.


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#118615 12/05/05 11:34 AM
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It means someone was blowing smoke up your ass.




Yep !

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#118616 12/05/05 01:17 PM
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Another vote for "this guy is full of it". I have never heard of "class D" except as a type of amplifier.


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The only thing I can think of is this person is refering to the way Stereophile does their classifications.Even so he could not use this as Stereophile has never reviewed an Axiom product.


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#118618 12/05/05 01:50 PM
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I always thought the M60s were classified just like the rest of the Axiom line....

1st Class!

Boy, now that ought to get me the nerdie nerd button for the remainder of the school day. Right, class?


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#118619 12/05/05 02:46 PM
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I think the whole story is made up, think about it, why would anybody make such a rediculous offer anyway.


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#118620 12/05/05 06:35 PM
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I second sirquack's idea.

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#118621 12/05/05 07:15 PM
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Actually the Vandersteen 2C's look pretty nice.

I guess I just don't understand why the guy is (a) criticizing the M60s and then (b) offering to trade a pair of considerably more expensive speakers for them.


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