Again that is a beautiful speaker and $2,000 seems like a pretty good deal. I'd love to hear and see it in person.
Wow! That thing is HUGE! I've got a new center awaiting to be installed in my setup (RC-64 II) and I thought it was large. Yours is 8" wider, 3" deeper, and 3" taller. I'm sitting here looking at mine and envisioning what you have and that's just incredible. I bet it sounds amazing. What did you have before as a center?44in wide x 16in deep x 11in tall
Thank yes a good deal for him for sure.I mainly did this as i built the Lamda's line arrays and he really wanted a center to match...Again that is a beautiful speaker and $2,000 seems like a pretty good deal. I'd love to hear and see it in person.
Do you know the sensitivity and also the impedance?I've had quite a few people ask about how to buy something like my center. Al has informed me that it is configurable as both a vertical tower as well as horizontal center like mine. Here's the kit info if you have the ability to build your own cabinet.
I will make kits for this if anyone is interested.
1-CSS RT ribbon tweeter
4_LDW7 Wavecor Woofers
Crossover parts 16G air core inductors,Mundorf Capacitors plus Mills resistor for the tweeter crossover
Teflon Silver 16Wire,Silver Solder,Screws Gaskets,Tie straps for crossover parts
Cabinet plans with crossover plans all info on a DVD.
Al can be contacted via username RAW on here.
After a couple weeks with this center, I am still enjoying every new viewing experience. This thing is crystal clear and plays LOUD with no audible distortion. I continue to be impressed every time I use it!
That was my Rotel RSX-1056 before I got my Anthem. Great cat heater! Now I have a larger Bello stand with a cat bed and integrated heating pad for her on the very top.Your cat sitting on what looks to be a preamp or HTPC case gave me a big chuckle!
Nice center channel BTW!