zormanic Posted January 21 Report Share Posted January 21 Palo mi je u ruke ovo sa slika, radi se o vuferu iz sistema koji je proizvden od strane: MANUFACTURER: Desktop Loudspeaker Systems, 4380 Eileen Ave, Simi Valley, CA 93062. Šta je tačno i čemu je služilo nemam pojma, ono što u Stereophile Vol 7. No. 7 pišu: Quote THE DESKTOP LOUDSPEAKER SYSTEM Three-way ultra-compact high-output speaker system. 2 6½" woofers, 3-inch midrange, 3/4 -inch dome tweeter. Frequency range: -5 dB at 47 and 20 kHz. Sensitivity: 87 dB. Recommended amplifier power: 20 to 500 watts. Maximum output: 100 dB average, 113-dB peaks. Crossover: 180 and 3000 Hz. Nominal impedance: 5.5 ohms. Dimensions: Upper-range units 4" H by 7½" W by 3½" D; bass unit 5 1/2 " H by 16" W by 8- V2" D. Price: $650. MANUFACTURER: Desktop Loudspeaker Systems, 4380 Eileen Ave, Simi Valley, CA 93062. Hmmm? A complete speaker system with separate woofer, small enough to put in a suitcase and have room left over? Capable of reproducing 100 dB and higher without strain? emarkable! But I keep asking myself "Why? Where does something like this fit into the order of audio things? Who would use it?" An underworked executive who wants to spend his afternoon listening to music at ear-shattering levels? (He would have to be The Boss in order to get away with it.) An advertising executive desiring to audition a radio or TV spot? A home where the residents want loud stereo but don't want to look at two expanses of grille cloth? DTL's suggested applications also include use in automobiles (with the small speakers on the rear-window deck), attached to the sides of a TV set for betterquality sound in stereo MTV, for instance), or in a recording studio (presumably for playbacks). Actually I suspect that most people who buy these will do so less for those reasons and more out of a ascination with anything miniature—especially when it performs like leviathan. The DTL comes in three modular units: two middle/upper-range systems, each about the size of a building brick, and a single bass module with both woofers in it. They are surprisingly heavy for their size, 4 lbs. for each brick and 18 for the woofer. (DTL calls it a "subwoofer," which is an unlikely appellation for a speaker that's rated 5 dB down at 47 Hz.) The crossover components needed for each module are in its cabinet, and four pairs of wires connect the modules to the amplifier (two pairs per output). The bass units are electrically separate (no electrical blending) but are close enough together to behave like a single radiator. Considering the size of the satellites, I was not surprised to find that they image incredibly well—at least when kept.... Realno, drajveri su reparirani, sa novim vešanjem i rade OK. Zvuk je vrlo, vrlo usko definisan i nije za normalnu kućnu upotrebu. Uzeo sam zbog niske cene i zvog egzotične kombinacije. Za sada još razmišljam šta i kako dalje i najbliži sam konstrukciji jednog bas kabineta u koji bih iskoristio ovo što kao da je sa neba palo. PS Ako je neko upoznat šta je ovo neka kaže na vreme, da ne raskupusam bez potrebe ;( a sigurno ću malo sačekati. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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