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  • Re: Rear speakers with Beolab 5s

    You need "line-of-sight" from the lenses to your ears, that's all. Good luck! Best regards,
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Dave Moulton on 02-28-2012
  • Re: Rear speakers with Beolab 5s

    I'd suggest that you don't have to let height be a problem. You can buy or build stands on which to place BeoLab 9s in the rear at whatever height is appropriate. This is what I have done with my rear BeoLab 5s and it works quite well. In general, I'd recommend using ALT for surround speakers because the tehnology does so much for the sensation
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Dave Moulton on 02-28-2012
  • Re: BeoLab 5 - design up to date?

    Thanks for bringing the Meridian M6 to my attention. Meridian is a VERY good audio company, and I'm quite partial to what I've heard of their work, a well as their research and development efforts. That said, the M6 does not compete with the BeoLab 5 at all (no lenses, no ABC, insufficient bass, insufficient power, no digital inputs, other niceties
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Dave Moulton on 01-26-2012
  • Re: BeoLab 5 - design up to date?

    As one of the creators of the Acoustic Lens, I have been surprised that during the nine years since rollout in 2003 the BeoLab 5 has accrued no technological competitors, no imitators, no knockoffs. We (Sausalito Audio) keep studying ways that we might improve on the function and performance of the BeoLab 5 (and, of course, the Acoustic Lens in general
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Dave Moulton on 01-26-2012
  • Re: Speaker question

    I haven't spent much time listening to BeoLab 4s, so you should take my opinion with a grain of salt. But, I think a pair of BeoLab 4000s will complement your BeoLab 3s quite nicely, and probably a good deal better than the BL4s. Good luck with your setup! Best regards,
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Dave Moulton on 01-07-2012
  • Re: Designer David Lewis has passed away

    David Lewis was an absolute genius, visually. Some of the work I admired most never got built, unfortunately. He could ferret out the visual essence of something better than anyone else I've encountered. I feel absolutely honored to have had some small connerction with him through our ALT work. Here's a shot taken of us at Quistrup, pleasantly
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Dave Moulton on 11-11-2011
  • Re: age of members

    I only report my age in Celsius - for the record I am a "Celsius Twentysomething." You kids . . . Best regards,
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Dave Moulton on 09-18-2011
  • Re: Beolab 5 are they really that good

    This post presents an interesting set of premises. To review the background of the BL5 a little bit, I suggest the following paper, which I presented to the Acoustcal Society of America in 2003, at the time of the introduction of the BL5: http://www.moultonlabs.com/more/new_loudspeaker_design/ It's worth considering. I'v always considered the
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Dave Moulton on 08-24-2011
  • Re: loudspeakers

    no no sorry about not replying actually, there is nothing in the works right now our primary initiative is paying our bills (sound familiar?) thanks for asking! best,
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Dave Moulton on 06-27-2011
  • Re: loudspeakers

    What would you like to see in terms of a "moving ALT lens?" Just curious . . . Best regards, Dave
    Posted to General Forum (Forum) by Dave Moulton on 06-22-2011
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