Lamm's Million Dollar 2015 CES System

May 25, 2010
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I remember when dealers threw in the interconnects and speaker wire for free if you bought a complete system?

Larry
 
Jun 5, 2012
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I remember when dealers threw in the interconnects and speaker wire for free if you bought a complete system?

Larry
I bet you that if you bought that system retail price they WOULD throw in the cables BUT don't expect any other rebate.:)
 
Jun 5, 2012
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I bet you that if you bought that system retail price they WOULD throw in the cables BUT don't expect any other rebate.:)
PS: After doing my maths i am now POSITIVE that the dealer WOULD throw in the cables for FREE $167,900.00 of cables is MAYBE 60k to the dealer please remember the amount of the system is $839,790.00 the profit on such a system is very BIG.:)
 

Steve Williams

Site Founder, Site Owner, Administrator
#8
I just got notice from Lamm Industries that the Verity Montsalvat will not be shown in the room due to technical issues. As a result a pair of Longhorn IIS will be the replacement speaker


It is with some disappointment that I’m contacting you to convey that our original million-dollar-system will be downgraded somewhat. We have just received news from Verity Audio that they will not be able to supply the Montsalvat speaker system due to technical issues. Despite the disappointment that we all share, we are nonetheless looking forward to presenting a great sounding system with the replacement speaker, Lohengrin IIS.

In order to accommodate the Lohengrins and achieve the best possible synergism with our amplifiers, we will use either one of the following combination of our amps:

a pair of ML3 Signature and a pair of ML2.2 in a bi-amp mode OR
a pair of M2.2 and a pair of ML3 Signature in a bi-amp mode

The final amplifier choice will be made during set-up.
 

JackD201

[WBF Founding Member]
Apr 21, 2010
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#9
Tell Vlad and Elina to go with the latter Stevie!
 

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