ALR Jordan Classic Center Channels

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Product Description

The Classic Centre was constructed for reproduction in home-theatre systems. In order to meet the high demands of bass capability and resilience, the components used in the Classic Centre largely correspond to that of the Classic 5 floor speaker. Through this, all the outstanding and acoustic characteristics that even the most demanding music lover insists on remain ensured. This is essential for multi-channel music and home-theatre applications. Due to the magnetic shielding of the individual chassis, all picture-tube colour distortions can be excluded.

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Loving this Classic Album

Been listening (a lot) to an old Blue Note RVG classic : SOMETHIN' ELSE.............a la 1958. Cannonball Adderley Miles Davis Hank Jones Sam Jones Art Blakey Cool, man !Read More »

Classic TV shows on Bluray

[CENTER][IMG][/IMG][/CENTER] In a dark series of rooms on the second floor of a quiet building at CBS Television City, a years-long labor of love is being undertaken. And the first results of that work are abou ... Read More »

hello...just refoamed my classic Optimus 400's

Had these in storage and finally got the refoamed kits for the midrange and woofers thru eBay..about $40. Instructions were easy to follow. Impressed with midrange sub enclosure when I opened them up! Hooked up my marantz 2385 and they are so sweet...the highs are crisp and clean...if there is a wea ... Read More »

speakers for classic system

Hi everyone...this is my first post on bear with me!!! I have been keen on hifi since i was 16 and i am now 49. I still have a lot of my components from that time and now i am on the hunt for some speakers to top it goes Ariston Rd40 with linn basik plus arm and linn k9 c ... Read More »

B&W CDM 1NT vs. NHT Classic Three?

Hi guys! I'm new to this forum and [I]hate starting with a question[/I] but I could use some help. I own a pair of B&W CDM 1NT's (bought them new in 03) yet I can buy a brand new pair of NHT Classic Threes at a nice discount and I'm wondering if anyone here has heard both to know if the Classic th ... Read More »


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