From the beginning it was clear that this speaker might end up as a 3-way. As discussed before, restoring old speakers always leaves you with a lot of dilemmas. What should be left "as-is" and what should be modified to possibly enhance performance. You easily get into modifying everything, leaving little of the original design and end up with a modern speaker made from highly tweaked old components with little resemblance of the real thing. The L26 may not be one of the most precious gems from the JBL company and I have tried taking the middle road and added bracing to the cabinet, done only little to the drivers and most importantly, kept the LE25 for treble. This is really not a bad tweeter, but it needs some equalisation to deliver the best.
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This is a learning curve for me. I also do not have the product break down on every fricken 4" mid JBL ever made. They all look the same. That is what the forum is all about talking, teaching and learning!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thank you for your help, and understanding Your posts are provocative, and not in a good way. You ticked me off with that - a vision of a little kid walking down the road with his hands over his ears yelling LA!
You have to know how to work the system. Harman is HUGE and the left hand has virtually no clue what the right hand is doing. Quote: Originally Posted by sourceoneaudio David, Thank you for the honest answer and patience, as I stated in the previous post this is a learning curve for me.
We figured you were the expert with your vast knowledge of the Ti network. Or was that another friend talking there too? Looking at the LE5 matrix posted elsewhere, it appears the 10 and the 12 are exactly the same except for the color. And when you look at the physical characteristics of any of the LE5 series and the H-2, they are different.
What gives? The people that compile this information make mistakes. We actually were going to do a whole series of things like that but everyone lost interest. This place wears on one. Maybe in a few years when we have time and if this place is still around. Quote: Originally Posted by doyall Could these all really be so similar as to be sonically indistinguisable sp? I suppose it could be real convenient to put it that way. As far as yesterday goes I have no idea what you are referring to.
I just went of on info given to me on this forum that they might be still ava. If you know a better way to get around the system and help me with a woofer fix that is correct, please point or help. I would really appreciate it. Trying to do the best repair I can on these towers. I hope it helped people in the forum. Thank you for your help.
JBL LE5 2 PDF
This is a learning curve for me. I also do not have the product break down on every fricken 4" mid JBL ever made. They all look the same. That is what the forum is all about talking, teaching and learning!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you for your help, and understanding
JBL LE5-12 Midrange Speaker Driver
Ditaur All kit and component prices may be subject to change and are always to be confirmed by Jantzen Audio Denmark. Mid, tweeter and summed response. The video instructions have been unusually helpful, especially the hints to apply adhesive to the back side of the foam before turning it over and attaching it to the cone. For additional information, see the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions — opens in a new window or tab. Mouse over to Zoom — Click to enlarge. We treat every customer project as if it were our own. I found you guys and ordered a set.
JBL LE5-2, LE5-8, LE5-9, LE5-10, LE5-12 Aftermarket Recone Kit LE52
These speakers had a good consistency to test with various situations. Special order items are NOT returnable. And the good thing about the LE5 drivers in general is that they are fast as lightning. We will cover the cost of return shipping if warranty claim is valid.
SS Audio Recone Kit for 5" JBL LE5 Series Midrange, 8 Ohms, RK-JBLLE5