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  • kurskkursk

    Altec Lansing Voix du ThéâtrePublished on 03/02/06 at 05:47
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    I have now for over 2 years, Altec 19, version "audiophile" Voice of the Theatre. My opinion is mixed. In fact, I had fed a McIntosh C32 preamp and amplified with a Revox B740, the sound is warm, warm, full bass, a medium relatively well articulated but sharp set back. It is true that these speakers deserve the place, and my room is only 25m2 what benefits do much. Recently, I fed with an integrated Yamaha 2 x 125watts under 8hm, here is a little more change, more life, more enforced, serious cleaner. Finally, despite this improvement, I'm not 100% SATIF, I turned more towards the less bulky transducers, and perhaps the side of JBL L220, 250TI, etc..
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    I have now for over 2 years, Altec 19, version "audiophile" Voice of the Theatre. My opinion is mixed. In fact, I had fed a McIntosh C32 preamp and amplified with a Revox B740, the sound is warm, warm, full bass, a medium relatively well articulated but sharp set back. It is true that these speakers deserve the place, and my room is only 25m2 what benefits do much. Recently, I fed with an integrated Yamaha 2 x 125watts under 8hm, here is a little more change, more life, more enforced, serious cleaner. Finally, despite this improvement, I'm not 100% SATIF, I turned more towards the less bulky transducers, and perhaps the side of JBL L220, 250TI, etc..
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  • yannigyannig

    Altec Lansing Voix du ThéâtrePublished on 11/13/07 at 10:21
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    These are speakers that I know fairly well, although I do not possde.

    More precisely I speak of MODEL quip of the box 825 or 828, with its flag and its frontal volume pretty consquent.

    Trs performance, but pointed trs, forcment not easy to get the most.
    Jean Hiraga (Journal of Sound) has worked on his "tweaking".

    The most powerful association in acute mdium is the engine house in 1505 288 + 15 cells.
    In woofer, a Supravox 400-2000 possde Exceeds the luxury of the good old 416 and 515.
    She can add a supertweeter (not required), the JBL 2405 as a classic, but some Fostex should also be well suited.

    While optimizing the balance is perfect, and rsultats become exceptional, cap…
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    These are speakers that I know fairly well, although I do not possde.

    More precisely I speak of MODEL quip of the box 825 or 828, with its flag and its frontal volume pretty consquent.

    Trs performance, but pointed trs, forcment not easy to get the most.
    Jean Hiraga (Journal of Sound) has worked on his "tweaking".

    The most powerful association in acute mdium is the engine house in 1505 288 + 15 cells.
    In woofer, a Supravox 400-2000 possde Exceeds the luxury of the good old 416 and 515.
    She can add a supertweeter (not required), the JBL 2405 as a classic, but some Fostex should also be well suited.

    While optimizing the balance is perfect, and rsultats become exceptional, capable of much ridicule MODELS "all facts" of trade.

    Only the extreme grave is a little short. You can not easily get an extreme rapidity of his, and at the same time the abyssal grave.

    For the extraordinary effect of prsence, the super fast the extraordinary performance, this speaker has a competitor that Systmes multiamplifis base flag "Japanese."

    To marry the best tube amplifier (or not) of the market but not forcment powerful.

    I was able to cost over 7 amps 8W, at a show in a large room trs: is done!
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  • gino59255gino59255

    Altec Lansing Voix du ThéâtrePublished on 04/17/08 at 10:12
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    A rve always, here at last "in mdium hlas" ... external reinforcement for the back and on the roof and adds a square of foam wrapped in two rounds of stroke in a blanket wool and polyurethane foam of 0.7 x 2, 5x0, 06 = 1 roll per speaker, not the flag, the cots and basic as putting on cleats to keep renfort.Maintenant ... benefits of a wind up, or down + central conduit, made two triangular tubes of 31cm cot quilatral internal and length to reach the middle of your body, I personally 27cm of thickness faade understood, the position as a bow tie, a conclusion ... rsolu IDAL and Onken trs derrire away with his cover to try to achieve with just the ankle of a true voice of the theater, I must …
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    A rve always, here at last "in mdium hlas" ... external reinforcement for the back and on the roof and adds a square of foam wrapped in two rounds of stroke in a blanket wool and polyurethane foam of 0.7 x 2, 5x0, 06 = 1 roll per speaker, not the flag, the cots and basic as putting on cleats to keep renfort.Maintenant ... benefits of a wind up, or down + central conduit, made two triangular tubes of 31cm cot quilatral internal and length to reach the middle of your body, I personally 27cm of thickness faade understood, the position as a bow tie, a conclusion ... rsolu IDAL and Onken trs derrire away with his cover to try to achieve with just the ankle of a true voice of the theater, I must have changed as a 515A and it is also possible to make an enhanced version of the Voice of the theater with a simple change of flag I ended my cable connection ... HP a single-stranded copper + 2.5 a multi-strand silver plated in 2.5 + a 4 pair single-stranded rseau/cat5, keep the 3 cables thermortractable.J by the 'one day Espree apprcier to a Voice of the theater built around my house>>> perfect acoustic adapter <<<PS: 18/20 After the changes made. [/ img]
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