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#422520 - 01/16/17 08:44 PM Re: Blind Test and a review of the LFR-1100's [Re: craigsub]
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Obamacare works!?
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#422522 - 01/16/17 09:08 PM Re: Blind Test and a review of the LFR-1100's [Re: Mojo]
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Originally Posted By Mojo
Obamacare works!?


No, but Blue Cross and our surgeon do. wink
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#422525 - 01/16/17 10:43 PM Re: Blind Test and a review of the LFR-1100's [Re: craigsub]
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Dang about Obamacare. Nice to have a surgeon down the street. Sesame Street missed that occupation.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwDq32MtOQU

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#422577 - 01/18/17 03:05 AM Re: Blind Test and a review of the LFR-1100's [Re: craigsub]
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Dang Craig, you've gone through a lot! I'm glad things are working out for the best.

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The level of clarity is astonishing, and the depth of the soundstage is outstanding. I forgot how much I liked these speakers.

Yeah, its been over a year now since I heard them, but damn they are good. Wish I had the $$
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#422724 - 01/23/17 12:55 AM Re: Blind Test and a review of the LFR-1100's [Re: craigsub]
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So glad to hear your son is still doing well with his recovery.

Will be following the Ep800 and it's rivals on that thread with much interest.

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#422727 - 01/23/17 09:02 AM Re: Blind Test and a review of the LFR-1100's [Re: brendo]
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Brendo - Thank you!

There is a new thread on Home Theater Forum regarding subwoofers in the $2000-$2500 range.

Right now, the EP800 is first up, with a Power Sound Audio V3601 on order, delivery sometime in February.

The thread is here:

https://www.hometheaterforum.com/communi...woofers.351052/
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#422746 - 01/24/17 01:00 AM Re: Blind Test and a review of the LFR-1100's [Re: craigsub]
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I can't remember my login...
Good thing I don’t need to.
I'd love to feel the 18's, just something about the shear size puts in on the bucket list.
I will own an Axiom sub. Maybe next Christmas. This year, at least on paper, will be a better year.
Fwiw I have a space reserved under my back row.


Edited by brwsaw (01/24/17 01:02 AM)
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#422754 - 01/24/17 08:38 PM Re: Blind Test and a review of the LFR-1100's [Re: craigsub]
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Wow Craigsub, that made me regret not grabbing Ian's EP800 from the refurb outlet.

I read the review of that twin 18" sub also. I picked up an Epik Legend, twin 12" sub some years ago. Mine, along with everyone else's, died. I still use it as a stand for a nice plant. I'm a little leary about going with subs from manufacturers I am not familiar with.

I look forward to reading more of your reviews.
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#422770 - 01/25/17 08:54 PM Re: Blind Test and a review of the LFR-1100's [Re: fredk]
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Originally Posted By fredk
Dang Craig, you've gone through a lot! I'm glad things are working out for the best.

Quote:
The level of clarity is astonishing, and the depth of the soundstage is outstanding. I forgot how much I liked these speakers.

Yeah, its been over a year now since I heard them, but damn they are good. Wish I had the $$


Apologies, Fred ... I missed this post. Yes, it was quite a year, and thank you for a very kind post.

Hopefully, someday yo will own a pair. smile
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#422771 - 01/25/17 08:57 PM Re: Blind Test and a review of the LFR-1100's [Re: 2x6spds]
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Originally Posted By 2x6spds
Wow Craigsub, that made me regret not grabbing Ian's EP800 from the refurb outlet.

I read the review of that twin 18" sub also. I picked up an Epik Legend, twin 12" sub some years ago. Mine, along with everyone else's, died. I still use it as a stand for a nice plant. I'm a little leary about going with subs from manufacturers I am not familiar with.

I look forward to reading more of your reviews.


It was a bummer when Chad's company went under. Epik made some nice stuff, but he got stung by his OEM in China.

I am actually working on a plan to do blind A/B switching between the two subs (EP800 and V3601)

The difficult part will be getting a comparable response curve without running Audyssey. It will be a fun challenge!
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