Monday, September 14, 2009
Community Photos - Ls3/4C Studio Monitors
Robin from Holland wrote in and sent us some photos of his very rare speakers.
Here's his story:
Its a pair of Ls3/4C BBC monitors. they were used in broadcast stations at location. so they were placed in mobile studios were space was limited.
They replaced the Ls3/4 & ls3/4b because they needed a speaker with higher spl.
It has audax tweeters( hd13d34/ ls2/12) and spendor bextrene cone woofers 8 "( ls2/13) . The combination of this big tweeter and cone shaped woofer is a extreme clean and neutral midband. Midbass a bit coloured and they will stop reproducing at about 16khz?
But they sound truly beautiful.
I sold my jbl century golds after i hooked these speakers up.
Jim rogers designed them and a bout 40 are made but that includes the Ls3/4 & 4b.
They are trangular shaped they are 61 cm high and 46 wide, 32 deep. Baffle is made of steel.
Ive cleaned them up and made exactly fitting stands. So a PA amp with these delicate rogers, great combi.
Have any photos or stories of your own? Send 'em on in! hificollector88 [at] gmail.com
Labels: Community Photos