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Old 02-23-2012, 12:18 AM   #1061
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I wasn't aware that you knew of them in here. Cool Wabo. Although Im more of a Deftones/Korn/Rob Zombie fan. But my big brother loves D.A.D.
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I've never heard of D.A.D. I really like Deftones, Rob Zombie's pretty cool, Korn is okay. Some of my favorite stuff is Rush, King Crimson, and Frank Zappa.
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Thank you.

How do your Martin Logans sound and why the unusual look?
The Logans are incredibly accurate, dynamic and compellingly realistic sounding speakers. You hear everything. They're also very pleasing to the ear. I find I can really crank it without any fatigue at all.

The unusual look is due to the fact that they're electrostatic hybrids. Meaning you have the Stator panel attached to a very high-quality dynamic woofer.

time - An electrostatic transducer has three basic components - stators, diaphragm, and spars (spacers) - assembled as a sandwich. The diaphragm is an ultra light plastic film, impregnated with an electrically conductive material and stretched taut between the two stators, which are perforated steel sheets coated with an insulator. When the speaker is operating, the diaphragm is charged to a fixed positive voltage by a high-voltage power supply, creating a strong electrostatic field around it.

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The Logans are incredibly accurate, dynamic and compellingly realistic sounding speakers. You hear everything. They're also very pleasing to the ear. I find I can really crank it without any fatigue at all.

The unusual look is due to the fact that they're electrostatic hybrids. Meaning you have the Stator panel attached to a very high-quality dynamic woofer.

time - An electrostatic transducer has three basic components - stators, diaphragm, and spars (spacers) - assembled as a sandwich. The diaphragm is an ultra light plastic film, impregnated with an electrically conductive material and stretched taut between the two stators, which are perforated steel sheets coated with an insulator. When the speaker is operating, the diaphragm is charged to a fixed positive voltage by a high-voltage power supply, creating a strong electrostatic field around it.

Sandwich Did someone mention Sandwich????? I could go for a good ruben right now.
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Old 02-23-2012, 12:52 AM   #1065
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Sandwich Did someone mention Sandwich????? I could go for a good ruben right now.
Not sure what that is, the Atlanta version? I'm partial to the Reuben sammich myself.
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Oh my God! A Reuben is the best sammich ever made. Ever!
There is a little Mom & Pop deli about two miles from my house that makes a great steamed Reuben. I'm gonna have to get one for lunch tomorrow. Mmmmmm!
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Old 02-23-2012, 01:00 AM   #1067
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Not sure what that is, the Atlanta version? I'm partial to the Reuben sammich myself.
Yes that is the southern version. The first "e" is silient so we just don"t bother using it. To much work to type a letter you don't hear anyway.
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Oh my God! A Reuben is the best sammich ever made. Ever!
There is a little Mom & Pop deli about two miles from my house that makes a great steamed Reuben. I'm gonna have to get one for lunch tomorrow. Mmmmmm!
Agreed. I loves me a good Reuben sammy.

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Yes that is the southern version. The first "e" is silient so we just don"t bother using it. To much work to type a letter you don't hear anyway.
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Agreed. I loves me a good Reuben sammy.



Who shot Boo?
No it is "Boo got Shot"...slacker.

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The Logans are incredibly accurate, dynamic and compellingly realistic sounding speakers. You hear everything. They're also very pleasing to the ear. I find I can really crank it without any fatigue at all.

The unusual look is due to the fact that they're electrostatic hybrids. Meaning you have the Stator panel attached to a very high-quality dynamic woofer.

time - An electrostatic transducer has three basic components - stators, diaphragm, and spars (spacers) - assembled as a sandwich. The diaphragm is an ultra light plastic film, impregnated with an electrically conductive material and stretched taut between the two stators, which are perforated steel sheets coated with an insulator. When the speaker is operating, the diaphragm is charged to a fixed positive voltage by a high-voltage power supply, creating a strong electrostatic field around it.

Very interesting. I've been kinda looking around for different types of speakers just as a general interest. I really like the compact design of the speakers. I've seen a lot of you big spenders owning them and that got me interested.
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I've never heard of D.A.D. I really like Deftones, Rob Zombie's pretty cool, Korn is okay. Some of my favorite stuff is Rush, King Crimson, and Frank Zappa.
Yeah Deftones i like for prolonged listening. I don't really know any of those bands. I've heard a bit of the Frank Zappa drummer playing though. Very talented But maybe a little too theoretic like guitarists John 5 and Buckethead.

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Good morning Tommy, sorry about hijacking your thread last night.
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Good morning Tommy, sorry about hijacking your thread last night.
It was asking for it.
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It was asking for it.
He's still trying to figure out who shot Boo.

Good morning, or evening, Spaceape.
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He's still trying to figure out who shot Boo.

Good morning, or evening, Spaceape.
Late afternoon here. You too Wabo.
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Old versus new REW soundcard measurement/calibration. Seems much more precis since i sat all inputs and output too 44khz.

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Im trying too avoid paying 100$ for a new external soundcard. Maybe this will work although looks a bit wavery after 1Khz. ..Still better than my first try though.
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So that's the frequency response of your sound card, right? It looks like it's within a tiny fraction of a db of perfection from about 16hz to about 20khz to me. That seems pretty amazing, if I understand what I'm seeing. Those little wavery areas seem miniscule to me. I understand the hz and the db, but what is the deg (degree)? It's on the same measurement plane as the db.
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So that's the frequency response of your sound card, right? It looks like it's within a tiny fraction of a db of perfection from about 16hz to about 20khz to me. That seems pretty amazing, if I understand what I'm seeing. Those little wavery areas seem miniscule to me. I understand the hz and the db, but what is the deg (degree)? It's on the same measurement plane as the db.
No idea mate maybe it will say in the manual. One other thing is that the degrees are different. Strange hehe.
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Those are happy colors. Thanks Al you too.
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