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seth

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Mar 11 17 7:06 PM

weedywet wrote:
oddly i don't remember them being pink

They're more a sort of peachy light brown. The pink was me being too lazy to color-correct in Photoshop.

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spiritwalker

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Posts: 3,682 Member Since:14/02/2011

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Mar 13 17 11:43 AM

Black Oyster Pearl, never been a fan. But yes, those wood WFL or Ludwig snares are lovely.

That WFL or Ludwig parade snare under the yellow table looks interesting as well.

OK it's cold here

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mario i

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Mar 13 17 1:35 PM

Pack it up and put it back in the basement before the wife gets home !!!!

;)

Sooo, what's the verdict? Did you notice better definition in the recording? Kills the splashy sound?

M

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soapfoot

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Mar 13 17 6:50 PM

mario i wrote:
Pack it up and put it back in the basement before the wife gets home !!!!

;)

Sooo, what's the verdict? Did you notice better definition in the recording? Kills the splashy sound?

M

the recordings now have that warm tube tone.

brad allen williams

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tbethel

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Mar 20 17 5:17 AM

We picked up $8,000 worth of Tube Traps for $300.00 after a local used equipment dealer put them up for sale as "display pedestals". Best money I ever spent. Art Noxon is genius IMHO.

-TOM-
Thomas W. Bethel
Managing Director, Acoustik Musik, Ltd.
www.acoustikmusik.com/
Celebrating 22 years in business in 2017

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maarvold

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Mar 20 17 9:32 AM

tbethel wrote:
We picked up $8,000 worth of Tube Traps for $300.00 after a local used equipment dealer put them up for sale as "display pedestals". Best money I ever spent. Art Noxon is genius IMHO.

 
Having had 27 traps in my listening room, that would be enough traps to treat a room quite well imo.  The beauty of tube traps is that they are--by nature--more broadband than nearly all other devices that remove energy from the room; because of this, they are more 'acoustic problem solvers' that 'physical low pass tone controls' (like most other panel-type/wall treatment absorbers).  

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