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Discussion in 'Meadowlark Audio Forum' started by Prime Minister, Jan 27, 2018.
Well damn. That's quite the connection to make there!
That's why they're cloning monkeys (from somatic cells)...
HTG = Honest To God.
New one on me, too.
I'm pretty naïve when it comes to this internet thing.
I just yesterday learned what tl;dr means.
You would think I'd have encountered it many times before.
I heard it as "Too lazy; Didn't read". Thank you, very much, for using the semi-colon. So often it appears as a run-on acronym, TLDR.
You and me, both, brother. You and me, both.
I saw it with the semicolon -- and looked it up.
Note that I myself am too lazy to use an em-dash (or should it be an en-dash?).
EDIT: oh, apologies for the thread digression, Mr. PM!
Too Long-Didn't Read. The kind of response I often expect to see.
Personally, I prefer the semi-colon, over the en-dash, but I never use the acronym, myself.
I was offering a different punctuational construction, is all.
Right over my head. Sorry
Y'all know the story of Victor Hugo and the shortest letter(s) ever written, yes?
I did not know Meadowlark was back in business.
Back in the 90''s I listened to a pair of Kestrel transmission line speakers.
They did remind me of my Fried transmission line satellites without having my transmission line subwoofers hooked up.
I attribute this to the sloped front time aligned baffles.
I am glad to hear they are back.
What a cute bow-wow!
I think that it is very nice that Pat McGinty is a member of the forum.
There are few companies offering transmission line speakers for sale.
He has been kind enough to provide a spreadsheet of the drivers and has been contributing to the forum.
I wonder if Pat has ever used low density polyurethane foam for the damping material in any of his transmission line designs?
Or if Pat has experimented with it's use in any of his designs.
I know that wool is used in some models of his fine line of speakers.
1. I concur wholeheartedly (FWIW).
2. There is a lot to be said for TLs (again IMO and FWIW)!
And please keep in mind that Pat has now moved away from TLs, as his new speakers don't require it!
I am referring to the older line of Meadowlark speakers that use transmission line loading.
I know that Meadowlark has changed it's type of speaker design.