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About japosey

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    Denton, TX
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    Home Theater, 2-Channel Audio, Car Audio, Fishing, Hunting
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    Media Room - Yamaha RX-V3900, Yamaha BD-S2900, Harman Kardon Signature 2.1 5-Channel Amplifier, JVC DLA-RS1, Klipsch Forte II, Klipsch Academy, (4) Klipsch KPT-100 surrounds, 2 Velodyne F-1500 subs

    Living Room - Yamaha RX-A1020, Vizio 65" TV, JVC BDP1, Klipsch Forte, Klipsch Academy, Klipsch RS-52 Surrounds, (2) Energy RC-6ST Back Surround, Velodyne HGS-18

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  1. Do you need the entire tweeter assembly with the motor, diaphragm and horn? Or, do you need just the diaphragms?
  2. Why not use one of these Dynamat solutions? https://www.dynamat.com/products/dynabox/ https://www.dynamat.com/products/enwall/
  3. Here is a guy who seems to focus solely on Yamaha amps http://legendaryamps.com/
  4. I'm sure you can find plenty of repair shops to repair the Yamaha. Plus, given its age it may be a could time to recap it.
  5. If you do need repair some day. You might contact these guys who look to still repair Velodynes. https://www.ebcelectronics.com/velodyne-repair.php
  6. What's weird is the emblem still is there. It's just the copper that has been rubbed/removed from it.
  7. I have a pair of RF3 II’s and an RC3 II center speaker for sale. These have been owned by my in-laws since 2003. They are in good condition. I noticed one broken grill before on one of the floorstanders and the copper on one of the emblems has rubbed off. I would keep them if I had a place to set them up. Willing to ship. Asking RF3 $300 OBO RC3 SOLD Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. I have really nice used Aventage receiver. 90x7. Comes with remote control and power cord Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Nice used receiver. $200 shipped to continental US https://ca.yamaha.com/en/products/audio_visual/av_receivers_amps/rx-a720/specs.html Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I have this used Luxman stereo Tuner/Amplifier. The unit is in good condition. M/FM Tuner-Amplifier A new (in 1981) budget tuner amplifier. Computer Analyzed Tuning (CAT) system establishes the optimum receiving condition automatically. Amplifier section employs the Duo-Beta Circuit for improved audio performance. Features: Flasher Tuning System Indicator In case of FM reception, this indicator shows the direction of tuning. When a broadcasting station is coming near, the indicator begins flashing. Turn the tuning knob slowly to the direction shown by the indicator, and the flashing ceases at a point where the precise tuning point is obtained. At this time, the indicator shows the signal strength of the station just tuned in. When 3 or more indicators light up, stble reception in stereo mode is feasible. C.A.T. off Switch Thanks to our innovative C.A.T. (Computer Analized Tuning) circuitry, this tuner-amplifier always provides an optimum reception according to the ambient conditions. Specifically, the anti-birdie and noise canceller circuits are sensing the electric field strength, interference by other stations, etc. Specifications: Audio Section Power Output: 35 W (minimum continuous per channel both channels driven into 8 Ω with no more than 0,03% Total Harmonic Distortion) Rated I.M.: no more than 0,03% (8 Ω, 35 W/ch, 60 Hz :7khz = 4:1) Frequency Response: 10 Hz - 70 kHz (±1 dB) Input Sensitivity/Impedance: Phono ; 2,2 mV/50 k Ω Monitor : 150 mV/35 k Ω Phono Overal Voltage: 150 mV Signal-to-Noise Ratio: Phono : 77 dB (IHF-A weighted, 5 mV) Monitor : 102 dB (IHF-A weighted) Residual Noise: 0,5 mV Tone Controls: Bass : +7 dB -10 dB at 100 Hz Treble : +7 dB -10 dB at 10 kHz Filters: Subsonic : 30 Hz (6 dB /oct) High Cut : 7 kh (6 dB/oct) Crosstalk: 70 dB ( monitor at 1 kHz) Loudness Control: +8 dB at 100 Hz ; +7,5 dB at 10 kHz (loudness control max. VR: -30 dB) FM Tuner Sectio Usable Sensitivity: Mono 10,3 dBf (1,8 µV) 50 dB Quieting Sensitivity: Mono 14,8 dBf (3,0 µV) (50 µ sec) S/N Ratio at 65 dBf: 82 dB Muting Threshold: 3 µV Frequency Response: 30 Hz - 15 kHz ±1 dB Distortion at 65 dBf; MONO 100 Hz : 0,15% 1 kHz : 0,12% 6 kHz : 0,3% STEREO 100 Hz : 0,2% 1 kHz : 0,2% 6 kHz : 0,3% Capture Ratio at 65 dBf: 1,5 dB Image Response Ratio: 55 dB IF Response Ratio: 90 dB AM Suppression Ratio: 60 dB Stereo Separation: 42 dB (100 Hz), 48 dB (1 kHz), 42 dB (10 kHz) Spurious Response ratio: 80 dB Alternate Channel Selectivity: 65 dB (±400 kHz) SCA Rejection Ratio: 60 dB AM Tuner Section IHF Usable Sensitivity (1 MHz): 500 µV /m (loop antenna) Image Response Ratio (at 1 MHz): 45 dB Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 58 dB Distortion: 0,5% General Section Power Supply: 110, 120, 220 - 240 V 50/60 Hz Dimensions (W x H x D): 438 x 85 x 384 mm (17,5" x 3,4" x 15,4") Weight (Net): 7,7 kg (17 lbs) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. I assume the first run sold out fairly quick. So, if anyone knows if we can pre-order the next run please let me know!!! I might order a pair
  12. I really like the HGS-18 that I have. Other than DSP it still performs with all others in terms of output, low frequency extension and low distortion. The DD or DD+ series will add the DSP function. If I were you, I would also consider the JL Audio products. They are on 13.5" subs, but they are amazing.
  13. japosey

    Yamaha RX Z1

    I have a 1020 and it sounds fine. Not real powerful, but it does fine at normal listening volumes. The RX-Z1 is a great, but dated receiver. It is extremely powerful, especially in 2 channel mode. It will rival affordable separates in the same price range.
  14. Good little center that works perfectly. There are a couple of snags on the edge of the grill and a few light scuffs/scratches in vinyl from being moved around. Shipping will be determined by zip code Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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