Hei fikk sus/støy uten musikk som var hørbar fra lytteposisjonOpprinnelig postet av wikstrøm
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09-10-2011, 20:40 #16021
09-10-2011, 20:41 #16022Opprinnelig postet av harleyy
09-10-2011, 20:45 #16023Opprinnelig postet av eddie
Det er ikke mye forskjell på de kontra nyere K Horn,uten om de helt nyeste
som er lukket bak. Jan R kan sikkert svare 100%
09-10-2011, 20:45 #16024Opprinnelig postet av wikstrøm
09-10-2011, 20:48 #16025Opprinnelig postet av wikstrøm
Når det gjelder mc275 så fikk jeg svak støy på ca 3m.Den låt litt ullent,tåkete,litt feit mellomtone og fyldig men rumlete udefinert bass.Nå snakker jeg altså om i forhold til hva jeg forventet meg etter alt det positive jeg har hørt her inne
09-10-2011, 20:52 #16026Opprinnelig postet av eddie
09-10-2011, 20:52 #16027Opprinnelig postet av wikstrøm
pathos er vel forøvrig også en hybrid forsterker hvis jeg ikke husker helt feil?
han jeg var hos har forøvrig fått støy problemer på sin i etterkant, er ikke sikker på hva det var men det ble nå fikset etter litt om og men
edit, var ikke anniversary utgaven jeg lyttet til, hvis det er begrenset til den modellen denne sammenligningen med mc275, jeg hørte på classic one utgaven
09-10-2011, 20:53 #16028Opprinnelig postet av c-v
høres slik ut, men tror faktisk at det har vært en feilmatching ute og gått også, kjenner meg ikke igjen
09-10-2011, 20:54 #16029Opprinnelig postet av eddie
09-10-2011, 20:56 #16030Opprinnelig postet av eddie
09-10-2011, 20:57 #16031Opprinnelig postet av c-v
+ 1, det sitter vel en 15 tommer i la scala som nyter godt av litt kontroll
09-10-2011, 20:58 #16032Opprinnelig postet av jokris
09-10-2011, 21:02 #16033Opprinnelig postet av c-v
09-10-2011, 21:57 #16034Opprinnelig postet av eddie
Di derre suselydene har jeg selv opplevd på min C220 og etter jeg byttet rørene var det i orden.
Det er en sykt irriterende lyd.
09-10-2011, 22:00 #16035Opprinnelig postet av HoPPe`S
NB! Har hørt MA6900 på RF7 og det låt meget bra!
09-10-2011, 22:09 #16036Opprinnelig postet av eddie
Du må oppgradere di om du skal få noen god opplevelse
09-10-2011, 22:12 #16037Opprinnelig postet av uGn
09-10-2011, 22:19 #16038Opprinnelig postet av harleyy
09-10-2011, 22:24 #16039Opprinnelig postet av eddie
Den nye har bakvegger så må ikke stå i hjørne det er riktig
09-10-2011, 22:28 #16040Opprinnelig postet av eddie
February 1st, 1983 The two piece Type-AK crossover network was introduced incorporating fusing and steeper filter slopes for enhanced tweeter protection and smoother response in the crossover regions. Heavy gauge (10 AWG) internal wiring was used throughout and binding posts replaced the traditional screw type barrier block as input terminals. The tweeter was flush mounted in the baffle using "Z" brackets. Rubber wall gaskets were added to the sides of the tailboard to improve the seal to less than perfect wall surfaces.
October 19th, 1983 The Type AK-2 network was introduced to accommodate the new Ceramic Magnet K-55-M mid-range driver. This Electrovoice sourced driver was essentially the same as the previous K-55-V with a ceramic magnet and a smoother response.
April 1st, 1987 The "D" style decorator cabinet (no cosmetic panels or grilles) was discontinued.
November 20th, 1987 The Aluminum K-400 horn was replaced with the K-401 structural foam horn resulting in slightly improved distortion figures.
October 1st, 1989 The AK-3 network was introduced to correct for a shift in the output of the K- 55-M mid-range driver.
1995 A limited edition of the Klipschorn is produced to mark the 50th anniversary of the company and the Klipschorn. A total of 150 pairs were offered in three different finishes but less than 50 pairs total were sold. The only changes to this model were cosmetic. 50th Anniversery Photo
August 1st, 1995 The "C" style cabinet (no intermediate collar or kick plate) was discontinued.
2000 Electrovoice ceases production of the K-77-M and K-55-M tweeter and mid- range drivers. The search for replacement drivers and the acquisition of the EV tooling is sought. Very limited production of a few pairs occurs at the end of 2000 and the early months of 2001 using existing part stocks.
May 2001 The Atlas PD-5VH (Current version of the previous K-55-V) is modified slightly and christened the K-55-X. The various components of the K-77-M tweeter are either retooled or sourced from the new owners of the tooling and assembled by a third party. This variant of the tweeter is designated the K-77-F. An entirely new one piece network, located on the woofer door, (AK-4) was created to accommodate these driver changes. Fusing is eliminated in favor of a polyswitch for tweeter protection and a trap circuit was added to tame the longstanding response peak in the middle of the woofer's pass band, resulting in an improved spectral balance. The number of variants available was reduced by the elimination of the Brown and Cane grille cloths and oil finishes.
December 2005 The Type AK-5 network was introduced to compensate for the improvement in low frequency response resulting from the addition of a horizontal wall seal to the top of the low frequency cabinet. The style "B" cabinet was discontinued by the elimination of the inset "intermediate collar" and visible "woofer top" panel in favor of a 3/8" gap between the cabinets. The long standing angle brackets, hanger bolts and wing nuts used to attach the HF and LF cabinets together were replaced with thick rubber spacers, on the LF cabinet, indexed into recesses on the HF cabinet.
The horn portion of the K-77-F tweeter was re-tooled to include a recessed flange eliminating the need for the separate "Z" bracket and attachment rivets. This also allowed the updating of pre-Z bracket Klipschorns (prior to Feb 1,1983) to flush tweeter status without motor board modification. This variant was designated as the K-77-D.
A special limited edition Klipschorn was produced to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the company and the speaker itself. Low frequency response was enhanced with the addition of rear low frequency horn panels. This eliminated the need for a tight fit into the corner and permitted toe-in and toe- out flexibility for the first time. Additional upgrades were made to the binding posts, internal wiring, and network component specifications. Aesthetic enhancements included a Lacewood veneer finish on the LF cabinet and a high gloss Black finish on the HF cabinet. The traditional wood kick plate was replaced with a machined and anodized Aluminum version containing a Silver finish PWK logo containing a real diamond. The rear of the HF cabinet was totally enclosed with finished panels featuring display windows for a commemorative numbered plaque and the HF network. 200 pairs were produced.