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    • Ok with that being said, is there a large gap in fidelity for the high frequencies and upper mids between the 3 way Jubes and the Heritage Jubes?   I am assuming the Heritage Jubes sound more coherent. But the 3 ways were more prominent In the high frequencies compared to the older 2 way UG Jubes I heard .   I am not interested in differences in the lower frequencies since I will always use horn loaded subs.
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    • Man, that's some bass. BTW, I just noticed your Jackson Browne quote.  Nice!
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    • Ooooh from 2000!  OK, that's explains it.  Very nice.
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