American Sound AS-2000 Installations- Far East (Andrew)

Leif S

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My thoughts exactly! If I had that in my office, I wouldn't get any work done! I wouldn't even be able to study enough to get started in earnest! LOL

Oh yes you would:p Damon and I have been loving the 9's in our office
 

JackD201

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Listening is part of your JOB! LOL
 

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ddk

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Are these original 15a/b or copies Mr K?

The drivers are all original WE, the horns are very well made reproductions without any of the typical tunnel woosh. The bass integration in this system is the best I've heard with WE setups, there's no break up or change in tone.

david
 

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The drivers are all original WE, the horns are very well made reproductions without any of the typical tunnel woosh. The bass integration in this system is the best I've heard with WE setups, there's no break up or change in tone.

david

Hi ddk,

W-cabs with a single 18" per side?

Best,

853guy
 

853guy

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I'm not actually sure what's in there but I think that there are two per side.

david

Cool, thanks.

Best,

853guy
 

Sound Affair

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The drivers are all original WE, the horns are very well made reproductions without any of the typical tunnel woosh. The bass integration in this system is the best I've heard with WE setups, there's no break up or change in tone.

david

Thanks Mr K,

Sweet speakers, very nicely done. Have not seen 15's sat on top of mirrorphonic inspired bass cabinets before. They must sound amazing
Nothing like western electric to make a huge room look small.

Regards
 

ddk

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Thanks Mr K,

Sweet speakers, very nicely done. Have not seen 15's sat on top of mirrorphonic inspired bass cabinets before. They must sound amazing
Nothing like western electric to make a huge room look small.

Regards

It's a first for me to see that too. Andrew's got everything right in his setup no boom or overloading the room and the speakers completely disappear even 2.5 meters away.

david
 

Sound Affair

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It's a first for me to see that too. Andrew's got everything right in his setup no boom or overloading the room and the speakers completely disappear even 2.5 meters away.

david

He has done well, very clever to cut the mirrorphonic bass cabinets in half as it almost looks compact as far as bass horn is concerned.
Add 2 x 4181, 555 and 597's with a whole lotta 15a horn and you have a party in bangkok.

I should also add pretty sweet deck as well:p You have done very well yourself.

Regards
 

ddk

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He has done well, very clever to cut the mirrorphonic bass cabinets in half as it almost looks compact as far as bass horn is concerned.
Add 2 x 4181, 555 and 597's with a whole lotta 15a horn and you have a party in bangkok.

I should also add pretty sweet deck as well:p You have done very well yourself.

Regards

Thank you Sound Affair, this party was in Taipei!

david
 

spiritofmusic

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Wowza, the AS looks T-I-N-Y btwn those WEs.
 

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