and on Sunday it did,
for like 5 minutes.
I had an in-house project waiting.
Letting go of two pairs of Fortes wasn't fun,
but space and money are ruthless.
They are very modular,
and the cabinets are made for tinkering.
Many listeners upgrade the crossover,
which has possibly degraded over 37 years.
This weekend was about making a monster.
and it sounds obviously thin.
Compared to iPod speakers maybe not.
I just need any excuse to rip these apart.
and a bolt-on to screw-on adapter.
I made big gaskets out of cardboard,
and rings out of cork material.
keeping them air tight.
and strategic holes hidden in the junction,
kept any cabinet mids low key.
Now for the real test.
than your youngest child?
Definitely temporary permanent.
Now this is a proper home system.
The upgrade was an upgrade.
The original horn went down to 600hz,
the altec is tuned to 500 hz,
so it's really similar.
They just open up the sound more.
There's not as direct sweet spot either,
which is better for general listening.
When your used to theater grade sound,
realized AMC needs to step up there chit!
No replacement for displacement.