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audioblazer

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Hey Audioblazer,

Just saw your post here...any particular ways in which the owner preferred these to the WAMMS? Most curious...
Lloyd . In every way . Probably 1 of the best speakers in town . The owner whack it so loud & it doesn't distort !!! Crank it to maximum volume level 99. However is it reliable ??? U better have a good dealer if you choose to buy 1 of this or the smaller model
 

LL21

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Lloyd . In every way . Probably 1 of the best speakers in town . The owner whack it so loud & it doesn't distort !!! Crank it to maximum volume level 99. However is it reliable ??? U better have a good dealer if you choose to buy 1 of this or the smaller model
Wow...on the one hand that sounds amazing...and it does not seem to be that much larger than other big speakers...and certainly not a big 4-tower which helps. On the other hand, reliability? Are they powered? What has been known to go wrong? Feel free to PM if you prefer.
 

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