Сообщений: 1, Некоторые соображения по инсталляции мониторов JBL в музыкальной комнате. Вопрос не такой простой, как может показаться с первого взгляда, поскольку большинство рекомендаций, относительно установки и размещения этих мониторов касаются именно инсталляции в студии звукозаписи, а не в музыкальной комнате. Но ведь, в этих двух случаях имеют место разные задачи и разные акустические условия. Именно поэтому, рекомендации по размещению модели L отличаются от таковых для
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All the components work on these speakers. The only flaw is one tweeter has the dustcap pushed in. These originally had the segmented foam grills and someone replaced them with similar foam. I thought about filling the gap and painting the grain back in. L grill all cleaned up. Another repair. The L tweeter foams will be replaced. L grill without the foam.
I cleaned them up for nothing! Oh well! Maybe I can sell them as is on ebay. I had to straighten out the grill frames because they were slightly warped. I sprayed water on the wood and then weighted them down over a piece of wood.
This actually worked! Prepping for sanding. This will be covered with the sapele veneer on 2 sides and then painted black on the inside edges. Sapele veneer glued on the sides and trimmed. The darker areas are where I wetted the veneer tape to scrape it off. Glue on the strips for the front of the speaker. The fronts and backs have new black paint. Once the detailed sanding and filling are done, I put a coat of Watco Danish oil on them and do even more detail work to make sure that no glue shows.
You can see how red the Sapele veneer is now. It really is a striking veneer. Definately a candidate for my own Klipsch Khorn project when that day comes. I think the light color of the grill cloth along with the redish wood tone will look very classy. L woofer L mid These are really coming together now. I still have the final detailing and cleaning to do. I made black grills for them so the new owner would have a choice of grills. I purchased new foams for the tweeters. One of the shortcomings of the L line was the small spring-loaded binding posts.
One of the woofers has staining on it. Just another couple of photos of this most beautiful wood veneer, Quarter-Sawn Sapele. Notice the serial number, which was originally on the front as part of the plate at the bottom.
I did not repaint the backs of the speakers, perhaps I should have. The refinish of the walnut veneer really made them pop back to life. I did repaint the fronts so they are very clean. Drivers are very clean too, with the exception of one tweeter that has the center pushed in.
The L-pads for the mids and tweets have been cleaned and they work well. I installed walnut veneer around these knobs to replace the worn out metal plate that was originally there.
I cut out the JBL logo and installed it over the veneer. I made new black grills. Here they are with the cane grills.
1974 JBL 4311 Studio Monitors
All the components work on these speakers. The only flaw is one tweeter has the dustcap pushed in. These originally had the segmented foam grills and someone replaced them with similar foam. I thought about filling the gap and painting the grain back in. L grill all cleaned up. Another repair.
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