Quad corner Ribbon
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    Quad corner Ribbon

    I always liked Vintage for second system and i had a lot of things like Quad 57 and 63,amp like Quad II,Pioneer M 22,MC 240,MC 30,MC 75
    ARC D 79,Leak,ecc,ecc and now i found a very special speaker
    Quad Corner Ribbon,made 600 from 1949 to 1955 and then in 1957 Quad started with electrostatic speaker.
    Rhis speaker has a full range driver,Goodmans 150 MK II in transmission line with 2 ribbon tweeter.
    Sound is very natural with big musicality,bass is also very good and deep
    Speaker is not very fast and dynamic,but very natural in listening
    I am using with Wadia S7I with Radford sta 15 mk III or First Watt M2

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    Re: Quad corner Ribbon

    Nice Gian ,

    Cant believe i never heard of this model before , good stuff ...!

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    Re: Quad corner Ribbon

    Wow
    Joe

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    Re: Quad corner Ribbon

    Awesome!

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    Re: Quad corner Ribbon

    Interesting style, where were those made?


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