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      Aussienut reacted to LL21's post in the thread Wilson Audio XLF with Like Like.
      Great stuff! Will definitely keep that name in mind for the future. Thanks and look forward to reading all about it!
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      Aussienut replied to the thread Wilson Audio XLF.
      Sorry had the wrong plasterboard name. It’s Soundstop by Knauf
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      Aussienut replied to the thread Wilson Audio XLF.
      Soundchek is high density sound orientated plasterboard (drywall). Two 13mm layers with greenglue in between have been added over the...
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      Aussienut replied to the thread Wilson Audio XLF.
      Australia is a small market so there wouldn’t be too many examples of MAXX’s, Alexandria’s and Alex’s around. The XLFs were a massive...
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      Aussienut replied to the thread Wilson Audio XLF.
      Yes it has been awhile. Haven’t heard of any planned upgrades or replacement for the DD+ series but will likely happen eventually.
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      Aussienut reacted to LL21's post in the thread Wilson Audio XLF with Like Like.
      Great to see you weighing in here! Yes, the new European Velodyne owners are very enthusiastic about having taken over a few years ago.
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      Aussienut replied to the thread Wilson Audio XLF.
      Hi Shane and Loyd, FWIW, I went for two Velodyne DD+12 subs for my XLFs, a few years back. This was after talking with the new...
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