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Early 60's dumont console stereo, pearly shells, connie francis from hawaii connie lp

Early 60's Dumont Console stereo, Pearly Shells, Connie Francis from HAWAII CONNIE LP From the MGM LP SE-4522 "Hawaii Connie" a delightful song by the one and only MISS CONNIE FRANCIS. My first direct audio upload so please bear with me! Direct input andplayed on my DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO circa early 1960s, solid wood cabinet w/walnut veneers, a fine piece of furniture made in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and kept in immaculate condition. 100% solid state (all transistorized), probably one of the first of its kind as it still uses speaker output transformers. Model T-100 tuner/pre-amplifier is what's visible in the console and a separate power amp chassis is located inside and concealed in the cabinet. The technicians at the shop tell me she's pumping out 20 watts RMS per channel; all the electronics have been rebuilt. AM/FM/FM stereo with AFC, scratch and rumble filter settings, mono button for monaural recordings (reduces groove noise). VU meters for audio balance and also for tuning strength in both AM/FM. Buttons for selecting headphones/internal/external speakers or both at once. This splits the output to 4 X 10 watts when both int/ext speakers used. Garrard 'lab series' type A record changer completely overhauled, new Shure cartridge and elliptical stylus for incredible frequency response and tracking at 3.0 grams. Each speaker chamber is air-tight and acoustic suspension with: 12 inch polypropylene woofer w/rubber surround; 5 inch midrange; 4 inch tweeter and 1-1/2 inch supertweeter each with dedicated crossover. This piece of equipment kicks butt, if ...
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Early 60s dumont console stereo, connie stevens - sixteen reasons

EARLY 60s DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO, CONNIE STEVENS - SIXTEEN REASONS The lovely Connie Stevens, Sixteen Reasons. Warner Bros re-issue in beautiful true stereophonic soundplayed on my DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO circa early 1960s, solid wood cabinet w/walnut veneers, a fine piece of furniture made in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and kept in immaculate condition. 100% solid state (all transistorized), probably one of the first of its kind as it still uses speaker output transformers. Model T-100 tuner/pre-amplifier is what's visible in the console and a separate power amp chassis is located inside and concealed in the cabinet. The technicians at the shop tell me she's pumping out 20 watts RMS per channel; all the electronics have been rebuilt. AM/FM/FM stereo with AFC, scratch and rumble filter settings, mono button for monaural recordings (reduces groove noise). VU meters for audio balance and also for tuning strength in both AM/FM. Buttons for selecting headphones/internal/external speakers or both at once. This splits the output to 4 X 10 watts when both int/ext speakers used. Garrard 'lab series' type A record changer completely overhauled, new Shure cartridge and elliptical stylus for incredible frequency response and tracking at 3.0 grams. Each speaker chamber is air-tight and acoustic suspension with: 12 inch polypropylene woofer w/rubber surround; 5 inch midrange; 4 inch tweeter and 1-1/2 inch supertweeter each with dedicated crossover. This piece of equipment kicks butt, if you're playing this back with a subwoofer and tweeters you'll hear ...
Category: Science & Technology     Length: 00:02:22
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Me! introducing my early 60's dumont console stereo, made in canada

Me! Introducing my early 60's Dumont console stereo, made in Canada Hi everyone. Here's an introduction and demo of myDUMONT CONSOLE STEREO circa early 1960s, solid wood cabinet w/walnut veneers, a fine piece of furniture made in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and kept in immaculate condition. 100% solid state (all transistorized), probably one of the first of its kind as it still uses speaker output transformers. Model T-100 tuner/pre-amplifier is what's visible in the console and a separate power amp chassis is located inside and concealed in the cabinet. The technicians at the shop tell me she's pumping out 20 watts RMS per channel; all the electronics have been rebuilt. AM/FM/FM stereo with AFC, scratch and rumble filter settings, mono button for monaural recordings (reduces groove noise). VU meters for audio balance and also for tuning strength in both AM/FM. Buttons for selecting headphones/internal/external speakers or both at once. This splits the output to 4 X 10 watts when both int/ext speakers used. Garrard 'lab series' type A record changer completely overhauled, new Shure cartridge and elliptical stylus for incredible frequency response and tracking at 3.0 grams. Each speaker chamber is air-tight and acoustic suspension with: 12 inch polypropylene woofer w/rubber surround; 5 inch midrange; 4 inch tweeter and 1-1/2 inch supertweeter each with dedicated crossover. This piece of equipment kicks butt, if you're playing this back with a subwoofer and tweeters you'll hear what I mean. This piece of history looks as good as new and fills ...
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Early 60's dumont console stereo, sammy kaye - mary lou (vocal: sandi summers)

EARLY 60's DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO, SAMMY KAYE - MARY LOU (VOCAL: SANDI SUMMERS) 1957, Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye! Vocals by Sandi Summers and the "Kaydets" HOW COOL IS THIS WOMAN'S VOICE! Columbia label, monaural,played on my DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO circa early 1960s, solid wood cabinet w/walnut veneers, a fine piece of furniture made in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and kept in immaculate condition. 100% solid state (all transistorized), probably one of the first of its kind as it still uses speaker output transformers. Model T-100 tuner/pre-amplifier is what's visible in the console and a separate power amp chassis is located inside and concealed in the cabinet. The technicians at the shop tell me she's pumping out 20 watts RMS per channel; all the electronics have been rebuilt. AM/FM/FM stereo with AFC, scratch and rumble filter settings, mono button for monaural recordings (reduces groove noise). VU meters for audio balance and also for tuning strength in both AM/FM. Buttons for selecting headphones/internal/external speakers or both at once. This splits the output to 4 X 10 watts when both int/ext speakers used. Garrard 'lab series' type A record changer completely overhauled, new Shure cartridge and elliptical stylus for incredible frequency response and tracking at 3.0 grams. Each speaker chamber is air-tight and acoustic suspension with: 12 inch polypropylene woofer w/rubber surround; 5 inch midrange; 4 inch tweeter and 1-1/2 inch supertweeter each with dedicated crossover. This piece of equipment kicks butt, if you're playing this back with a ...
Category: Science & Technology     Length: 00:03:06
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60's dumont console stereo, miss connie francis - roundabout.

60's DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO, MISS CONNIE FRANCIS - ROUNDABOUT. My idol, my friend, the one and only MISS CONNIE FRANCIS,played on my DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO circa early 1960s, solid wood cabinet w/walnut veneers, a fine piece of furniture made in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and kept in immaculate condition. 100% solid state (all transistorized), probably one of the first of its kind as it still uses speaker output transformers. Model T-100 tuner/pre-amplifier is what's visible in the console and a separate power amp chassis is located inside and concealed in the cabinet. The technicians at the shop tell me she's pumping out 20 watts RMS per channel; all the electronics have been rebuilt. AM/FM/FM stereo with AFC, scratch and rumble filter settings, mono button for monaural recordings (reduces groove noise). VU meters for audio balance and also for tuning strength in both AM/FM. Buttons for selecting headphones/internal/external speakers or both at once. This splits the output to 4 X 10 watts when both int/ext speakers used. Garrard 'lab series' type A record changer completely overhauled, new Shure cartridge and elliptical stylus for incredible frequency response and tracking at 3.0 grams. Each speaker chamber is air-tight and acoustic suspension with: 12 inch polypropylene woofer w/rubber surround; 5 inch midrange; 4 inch tweeter and 1-1/2 inch supertweeter each with dedicated crossover. This piece of equipment kicks butt, if you're playing this back with a subwoofer and tweeters you'll hear what I mean. This piece of history looks as ...
Category: Science & Technology     Length: 00:02:57
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Early 60's dumont console stereo, new glen miller orchestra - lullaby of birdland

EARLY 60's DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO, NEW GLEN MILLER ORCHESTRA - LULLABY OF BIRDLAND Gotta love these "Living Stereo" LP records. Awesome rendition of this songplayed on my DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO circa early 1960s, solid wood cabinet w/walnut veneers, a fine piece of furniture made in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and kept in immaculate condition. 100% solid state (all transistorized), probably one of the first of its kind as it still uses speaker output transformers. Model T-100 tuner/pre-amplifier is what's visible in the console and a separate power amp chassis is located inside and concealed in the cabinet. The technicians at the shop tell me she's pumping out 20 watts RMS per channel; all the electronics have been rebuilt. AM/FM/FM stereo with AFC, scratch and rumble filter settings, mono button for monaural recordings (reduces groove noise). VU meters for audio balance and also for tuning strength in both AM/FM. Buttons for selecting headphones/internal/external speakers or both at once. This splits the output to 4 X 10 watts when both int/ext speakers used. Garrard 'lab series' type A record changer completely overhauled, new Shure cartridge and elliptical stylus for incredible frequency response and tracking at 3.0 grams. Each speaker chamber is air-tight and acoustic suspension with: 12 inch polypropylene woofer w/rubber surround; 5 inch midrange; 4 inch tweeter and 1-1/2 inch supertweeter each with dedicated crossover. This piece of equipment kicks butt, if you're playing this back with a subwoofer and tweeters you'll hear what I mean. This piece of ...
Category: Science & Technology     Length: 00:03:44
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60's dumont console stereo, priscilla wright - i wanna dance to a mambo combo

60's DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO, PRISCILLA WRIGHT - I WANNA DANCE TO A MAMBO COMBO Fun Song!Played on my DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO circa early 1960s, solid wood cabinet w/walnut veneers, a fine piece of furniture made in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and kept in immaculate condition. 100% solid state (all transistorized), probably one of the first of its kind as it still uses speaker output transformers. Model T-100 tuner/pre-amplifier is what's visible in the console and a separate power amp chassis is located inside and concealed in the cabinet. The technicians at the shop tell me she's pumping out 20 watts RMS per channel; all the electronics have been rebuilt. AM/FM/FM stereo with AFC, scratch and rumble filter settings, mono button for monaural recordings (reduces groove noise). VU meters for audio balance and also for tuning strength in both AM/FM. Buttons for selecting headphones/internal/external speakers or both at once. This splits the output to 4 X 10 watts when both int/ext speakers used. Garrard 'lab series' type A record changer completely overhauled, new Shure cartridge and elliptical stylus for incredible frequency response and tracking at 3.0 grams. Each speaker chamber is air-tight and acoustic suspension with: 12 inch polypropylene woofer w/rubber surround; 5 inch midrange; 4 inch tweeter and 1-1/2 inch supertweeter each with dedicated crossover. This piece of equipment kicks butt, if you're playing this back with a subwoofer and tweeters you'll hear what I mean. This piece of history looks as good as new and fills the room with larger than ...
Category: Science & Technology     Length: 00:02:31
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Early 60's dumont console stereo, dusty springfield - sweet ride (from the movie)

EARLY 60's DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO, DUSTY SPRINGFIELD - SWEET RIDE (FROM THE MOVIE) Delicious Dusty, and the title song from the late 60's movie, Philips label, outstanding monaural fidelity.Played on my DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO circa early 1960s, solid wood cabinet w/walnut veneers, a fine piece of furniture made in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and kept in immaculate condition. 100% solid state (all transistorized), probably one of the first of its kind as it still uses speaker output transformers. Model T-100 tuner/pre-amplifier is what's visible in the console and a separate power amp chassis is located inside and concealed in the cabinet. The technicians at the shop tell me she's pumping out 20 watts RMS per channel; all the electronics have been rebuilt. AM/FM/FM stereo with AFC, scratch and rumble filter settings, mono button for monaural recordings (reduces groove noise). VU meters for audio balance and also for tuning strength in both AM/FM. Buttons for selecting headphones/internal/external speakers or both at once. This splits the output to 4 X 10 watts when both int/ext speakers used. Garrard 'lab series' type A record changer completely overhauled, new Shure cartridge and elliptical stylus for incredible frequency response and tracking at 3.0 grams. Each speaker chamber is air-tight and acoustic suspension with: 12 inch polypropylene woofer w/rubber surround; 5 inch midrange; 4 inch tweeter and 1-1/2 inch supertweeter each with dedicated crossover. This piece of equipment kicks butt, if you're playing this back with a subwoofer and tweeters you'll ...
Category: Science & Technology     Length: 00:03:09
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Early 60's dumont console stereo, 10" 33-1/3 rpm spike jones - santé (french polka)

EARLY 60's DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO, 10 Time to start thinking outside the box! 1952 Spike Jones 10" LP, the songs speak for themselves...played on my DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO circa early 1960s, solid wood cabinet w/walnut veneers, a fine piece of furniture made in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and kept in immaculate condition. 100% solid state (all transistorized), probably one of the first of its kind as it still uses speaker output transformers. Model T-100 tuner/pre-amplifier is what's visible in the console and a separate power amp chassis is located inside and concealed in the cabinet. The technicians at the shop tell me she's pumping out 20 watts RMS per channel; all the electronics have been rebuilt. AM/FM/FM stereo with AFC, scratch and rumble filter settings, mono button for monaural recordings (reduces groove noise). VU meters for audio balance and also for tuning strength in both AM/FM. Buttons for selecting headphones/internal/external speakers or both at once. This splits the output to 4 X 10 watts when both int/ext speakers used. Garrard 'lab series' type A record changer completely overhauled, new Shure cartridge and elliptical stylus for incredible frequency response and tracking at 3.0 grams. Each speaker chamber is air-tight and acoustic suspension with: 12 inch polypropylene woofer w/rubber surround; 5 inch midrange; 4 inch tweeter and 1-1/2 inch supertweeter each with dedicated crossover. This piece of equipment kicks butt, if you're playing this back with a subwoofer and tweeters you'll hear what ...
Category: Science & Technology     Length: 00:02:24
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Dumont console stereo, buddy hackett - 78rpm the chinese waiter (not intended to be racist!)

DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO, BUDDY HACKETT - 78RPM THE CHINESE WAITER (not intended to be racist!) One of Grandad's favorite records may he RIP.Played on my DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO circa early 1960s, solid wood cabinet w/walnut veneers, a fine piece of furniture made in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and kept in immaculate condition. 100% solid state (all transistorized), probably one of the first of its kind as it still uses speaker output transformers. Model T-100 tuner/pre-amplifier is what's visible in the console and a separate power amp chassis is located inside and concealed in the cabinet. The technicians at the shop tell me she's pumping out 20 watts RMS per channel; all the electronics have been rebuilt. AM/FM/FM stereo with AFC, scratch and rumble filter settings, mono button for monaural recordings (reduces groove noise). VU meters for audio balance and also for tuning strength in both AM/FM. Buttons for selecting headphones/internal/external speakers or both at once. This splits the output to 4 X 10 watts when both int/ext speakers used. Garrard 'lab series' type A record changer completely overhauled, new Shure cartridge and elliptical stylus for incredible frequency response and tracking at 3.0 grams. Each speaker chamber is air-tight and acoustic suspension with: 12 inch polypropylene woofer w/rubber surround; 5 inch midrange; 4 inch tweeter and 1-1/2 inch supertweeter each with dedicated crossover. This piece of equipment kicks butt, if you're playing this back with a subwoofer and tweeters you'll hear what I mean. This piece of history looks as good as new ...
Category: Science & Technology     Length: 00:04:25
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The amazing connie francis "should i tie a yellow ribbon", the answer song, dumont console stereo

The amazing CONNIE FRANCIS Direct audio input, ripped from the actual 45rpm record using my console's record changer. Featured in the vid is myDUMONT CONSOLE STEREO circa early 1960s, solid wood cabinet w/walnut veneers, a fine piece of furniture made in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and kept in immaculate condition. 100% solid state (all transistorized), probably one of the first of its kind as it still uses speaker output transformers. Model T-100 tuner/pre-amplifier is what's visible in the console and a separate power amp chassis is located inside and concealed in the cabinet. The technicians at the shop tell me she's pumping out 20 watts RMS per channel; all the electronics have been rebuilt. AM/FM/FM stereo with AFC, scratch and rumble filter settings, mono button for monaural recordings (reduces groove noise). VU meters for audio balance and also for tuning strength in both AM/FM. Buttons for selecting headphones/internal/external speakers or both at once. This splits the output to 4 X 10 watts when both int/ext speakers used. Garrard 'lab series' type A record changer completely overhauled, new Shure cartridge and elliptical stylus for incredible frequency response and tracking at 3.0 grams. Each speaker chamber is air-tight and acoustic suspension with: 12 inch polypropylene woofer w/rubber surround; 5 inch midrange; 4 inch tweeter and 1-1/2 inch supertweeter each with dedicated crossover. This piece of equipment kicks butt, if you're playing this back with a subwoofer and tweeters you'll hear ...
Category: Science & Technology     Length: 00:04:00
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Early 60's dumont console stereo, 10" 33-1/3 rpm spike jones - bottoms up (usa polka)

EARLY 60's DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO, 10 Time to start thinking outside the box! 1952 Spike Jones 10" LP, the songs speak for themselves...played on my DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO circa early 1960s, solid wood cabinet w/walnut veneers, a fine piece of furniture made in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and kept in immaculate condition. 100% solid state (all transistorized), probably one of the first of its kind as it still uses speaker output transformers. Model T-100 tuner/pre-amplifier is what's visible in the console and a separate power amp chassis is located inside and concealed in the cabinet. The technicians at the shop tell me she's pumping out 20 watts RMS per channel; all the electronics have been rebuilt. AM/FM/FM stereo with AFC, scratch and rumble filter settings, mono button for monaural recordings (reduces groove noise). VU meters for audio balance and also for tuning strength in both AM/FM. Buttons for selecting headphones/internal/external speakers or both at once. This splits the output to 4 X 10 watts when both int/ext speakers used. Garrard 'lab series' type A record changer completely overhauled, new Shure cartridge and elliptical stylus for incredible frequency response and tracking at 3.0 grams. Each speaker chamber is air-tight and acoustic suspension with: 12 inch polypropylene woofer w/rubber surround; 5 inch midrange; 4 inch tweeter and 1-1/2 inch supertweeter each with dedicated crossover. This piece of equipment kicks butt, if you're playing this back with a subwoofer and tweeters you'll hear what ...
Category: Science & Technology     Length: 00:03:49
Tags: DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO EARLY 60s TRANSISTORIZED SOLID STATE WALNUT CABINET GARRARD RECORD CHANGER VINYL 45RPM 78RPM WOOFERS TWEETERS STEREOPHONIC .

Early 60's dumont console stereo, frank sinatra - castle rock

EARLY 60's DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO, FRANK SINATRA - CASTLE ROCK Original Columbia (monaural)pressing, played on my DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO circa early 1960s, solid wood cabinet w/walnut veneers, a fine piece of furniture made in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and kept in immaculate condition. 100% solid state (all transistorized), probably one of the first of its kind as it still uses speaker output transformers. Model T-100 tuner/pre-amplifier is what's visible in the console and a separate power amp chassis is located inside and concealed in the cabinet. The technicians at the shop tell me she's pumping out 20 watts RMS per channel; all the electronics have been rebuilt. AM/FM/FM stereo with AFC, scratch and rumble filter settings, mono button for monaural recordings (reduces groove noise). VU meters for audio balance and also for tuning strength in both AM/FM. Buttons for selecting headphones/internal/external speakers or both at once. This splits the output to 4 X 10 watts when both int/ext speakers used. Garrard 'lab series' type A record changer completely overhauled, new Shure cartridge and elliptical stylus for incredible frequency response and tracking at 3.0 grams. Each speaker chamber is air-tight and acoustic suspension with: 12 inch polypropylene woofer w/rubber surround; 5 inch midrange; 4 inch tweeter and 1-1/2 inch supertweeter each with dedicated crossover. This piece of equipment kicks butt, if you're playing this back with a subwoofer and tweeters you'll hear what I mean. This piece of history looks as good as new and fills ...
Category: Science & Technology     Length: 00:02:48
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Early 60's dumont console stereo, 10" 33-1/3 rpm spike jones - cheerio (english polka)

EARLY 60's DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO, 10 Time to start thinking outside the box! 1952 Spike Jones 10" LP, the songs speak for themselves...played on my DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO circa early 1960s, solid wood cabinet w/walnut veneers, a fine piece of furniture made in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and kept in immaculate condition. 100% solid state (all transistorized), probably one of the first of its kind as it still uses speaker output transformers. Model T-100 tuner/pre-amplifier is what's visible in the console and a separate power amp chassis is located inside and concealed in the cabinet. The technicians at the shop tell me she's pumping out 20 watts RMS per channel; all the electronics have been rebuilt. AM/FM/FM stereo with AFC, scratch and rumble filter settings, mono button for monaural recordings (reduces groove noise). VU meters for audio balance and also for tuning strength in both AM/FM. Buttons for selecting headphones/internal/external speakers or both at once. This splits the output to 4 X 10 watts when both int/ext speakers used. Garrard 'lab series' type A record changer completely overhauled, new Shure cartridge and elliptical stylus for incredible frequency response and tracking at 3.0 grams. Each speaker chamber is air-tight and acoustic suspension with: 12 inch polypropylene woofer w/rubber surround; 5 inch midrange; 4 inch tweeter and 1-1/2 inch supertweeter each with dedicated crossover. This piece of equipment kicks butt, if you're playing this back with a subwoofer and tweeters you'll hear what ...
Category: Science & Technology     Length: 00:02:31
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Early 60's dumont console stereo, kitty wells - you're no angel yourself

EARLY 60's DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO, KITTY WELLS - YOU'RE NO ANGEL YOURSELF By request: Cool Kitty and a great song, bassy monaural pressing on the Decca label.Played on my DUMONT CONSOLE STEREO circa early 1960s, solid wood cabinet w/walnut veneers, a fine piece of furniture made in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and kept in immaculate condition. 100% solid state (all transistorized), probably one of the first of its kind as it still uses speaker output transformers. Model T-100 tuner/pre-amplifier is what's visible in the console and a separate power amp chassis is located inside and concealed in the cabinet. The technicians at the shop tell me she's pumping out 20 watts RMS per channel; all the electronics have been rebuilt. AM/FM/FM stereo with AFC, scratch and rumble filter settings, mono button for monaural recordings (reduces groove noise). VU meters for audio balance and also for tuning strength in both AM/FM. Buttons for selecting headphones/internal/external speakers or both at once. This splits the output to 4 X 10 watts when both int/ext speakers used. Garrard 'lab series' type A record changer completely overhauled, new Shure cartridge and elliptical stylus for incredible frequency response and tracking at 3.0 grams. Each speaker chamber is air-tight and acoustic suspension with: 12 inch polypropylene woofer w/rubber surround; 5 inch midrange; 4 inch tweeter and 1-1/2 inch supertweeter each with dedicated crossover. This piece of equipment kicks butt, if you're playing this back with a subwoofer and tweeters you'll hear what I mean. This ...
Category: Science & Technology     Length: 00:02:33
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