frankmarsi Posted October 19, 2014 Report Share Posted October 19, 2014 I'm just say’in, as I always have been, stupidly enough for those who won't believe, here's the thing! Difference is, my two alleged pigs have lipstick and eye make-up on, with their hair done too. You new guys here are talking old amps for 'ARs', well here's the baby for you! I've mentioned this in my last post in 'gasket-material' and too many others. P.S. my two main system amps are of the same circuit configuration, but with some make-up on for the front panel's beautiful appearance. My two girls like make-up, and that's O.K. But, really! What are member's listening impressions of vintage AR speakers, and compared to what? And what level of personal experience and 'time-in' are we 'coming-from'. I kinda would bet if we all had B&W 801's, Diamond tweeter what-evers, or M.L's Grand-Masters ( http://app.audiogon.com/listings/full-range-cello-grand-masters-in-excellent-condition-one-of-the-best-sounding-speakers-ever-mad-2013-02-20-speakers-10034 ) or Infinity's last huge model in the late '70s, early '80s, things would be wide-open in listening perceptions and we'd all go down with the ship or still believe in old 'ARs'. For me, I'm extremely happy with old LSTs which contain the same complement of drivers as the above mentioned Grand Master speakers, happy just as I was with my 3as and 2axs, but if opportunity called, I might cheat a little on my two other girls. I guess in the end to an owner, it's all relative? Ahhhhhhhh, the good old days at CSP... http://www.classicspeakerpages.net/IP.Board/index.php?showtopic=1129&page=3 fm Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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