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Today, browsing the thrift stores. I walked by these speakers. thought nothing of them. Continued browsing. About to leave store, the girl is still looking at stuff, I go to pick them up and notice, he these are a little heavy (est. 12lbs each) So I look on the back, and notice "the fisher". Quick google-fu brings up a single thread about someone not being able to find out anything about them. Figure, for $8, theres only a little money to lose and buy them.




I get them home, hook them up with the quickness. First thing I notice, is that they take quiet a bit more power to power than either of the b&w that I have in my room, which themselves are already a not so efficient speakers. Get them both going, start with just a general mix of music. Some of my reference songs. Then I get to David Bowie's - Oh You pretty things. Sounding good so I decide to open them up a little more, immediately changed the sound, it went from a zoned, almost strained mids sound. To a nice, wide, mellow sounds that completely lacks the overly done crispiness that I have grown used to with b&w. Then I put on C.S.N.Y - Cathedral. Everything is going good for the slower part of the song, nice clear, mellow sound. Voice really comes front and center with these speakers, I am already pretty satisfied with the sound these put out for their price. Then comes the "open up the gates let me out of here" The sound is now wide open, mids filled to the brim but not overdone. Awesome.

Mind you, this is all being said, coming from someone whom generally only hears low/mid range b&w, and nothing more. Which can add a sort of placebo to the difference's I'm hearing in the sound. But these speakers are a welcome part of this household. It had been mentioned to me several times by members of another forum I am part of that I would probably like the sound of "vintage" speakers. While I wont be giving up my B&W anytime soon, I will however be on the lookout for something similar to these in the future.
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Jesusboots, did you buy one of those amps you asked about?
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No, not yet.

They are both still for sale, and now there is a sumo andromeda for $350.

My work season ends in another week or two, and I will be on unemployment until March, so I'm being rather frugal with my spending at this very moment.
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My old Polk center followed by the massive Polk CS2 Series II. It's not the most expensive/best center out there, but it fills my little office perfectly. Now to replace my crappy 5 year old 720p TV. thumb.gif
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Today, browsing the thrift stores. I walked by these speakers. thought nothing of them. Continued browsing. About to leave store, the girl is still looking at stuff, I go to pick them up and notice, he these are a little heavy (est. 12lbs each) So I look on the back, and notice "the fisher". Quick google-fu brings up a single thread about someone not being able to find out anything about them. Figure, for $8, theres only a little money to lose and buy them.



I get them home, hook them up with the quickness. First thing I notice, is that they take quiet a bit more power to power than either of the b&w that I have in my room, which themselves are already a not so efficient speakers. Get them both going, start with just a general mix of music. Some of my reference songs. Then I get to David Bowie's - Oh You pretty things. Sounding good so I decide to open them up a little more, immediately changed the sound, it went from a zoned, almost strained mids sound. To a nice, wide, mellow sounds that completely lacks the overly done crispiness that I have grown used to with b&w. Then I put on C.S.N.Y - Cathedral. Everything is going good for the slower part of the song, nice clear, mellow sound. Voice really comes front and center with these speakers, I am already pretty satisfied with the sound these put out for their price. Then comes the "open up the gates let me out of here" The sound is now wide open, mids filled to the brim but not overdone. Awesome.
Mind you, this is all being said, coming from someone whom generally only hears low/mid range b&w, and nothing more. Which can add a sort of placebo to the difference's I'm hearing in the sound. But these speakers are a welcome part of this household. It had been mentioned to me several times by members of another forum I am part of that I would probably like the sound of "vintage" speakers. While I wont be giving up my B&W anytime soon, I will however be on the lookout for something similar to these in the future.
i got ds-826 fishers the same way from a thrift store. i cant find no info for yours mine are rated at 100Watts max but the speakers take a lot more than that. i've had them for about 3 years and now the highs are blown. the woofers play fine and the pair can take 400w easy (1/3 of my yamaha p4500 amp in bridge mode). i turn the lows down when i start smelling them... they'll eventually die but for $10 they've lasted longer than i expected...
    
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Picked up 12 of these.
http://www.parts-express.com/pe/showdetl.cfm?partnumber=299-030
Building a pair of Stentorians.
about a month ago i got a pair of B&C 15TBX100's from there...
    
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about a month ago i got a pair of B&C 15TBX100's from there...
Nice, what are you doing with them?
    
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Nice, what are you doing with them?


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