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    Posted: 11 January 2021 at 7:47pm
Silly price. Not worth that, even if Tony Andrews himself had jizzed all over them!*


* - and you could re-create him, a la Jurassic Park.
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No they are correct drivers Ian----That is exactly what the original early TMS and TSE drivers looked like with a really small dust cover in order to clear the mid horn without hitting it.
Crazy price though as any good re-cone company can sort these drivers out with a pretty standard re-cone kit but with a smaller dustcap conversely fitted opposite to standard.
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Just daft. Not seen these before,tiny voice coil (1 inch?), almost looks like something from a 70's bookshelf hifi speaker.
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***do not overload these,..if in doubt e-mail reggy!!

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Keep pushing on, things are gonna get better.
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''Remember that the object of a subwoofer is to enhance the output of your main speakers, not overpower it''

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pair of Nexo ts2400 for 7 quid and no takers. Junk I know but still.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Sonic the hedge Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 September 2020 at 11:12pm
Think the Emperor’s New Clothes reference is a little unfair...?

F1 do at least make some decent speakers, so it's not complete vapourwear, even if it doesn't always live up to all the hype!


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Originally posted by APC321 APC321 wrote:

Originally posted by jbl_man jbl_man wrote:

Here's a good one.....almost 5 grand for a pair of second hand 2x18's? Not even in good condition,dings and chips all over.  What kind of idiot pays that for a simple reflex box with some purple paint slapped on it? LOL


http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/FUNKTION-ONE-BR218-BASS-REFLEX-RANGE-LOUDSPEAKERS-SPEAKERS/233683782897?hash=item3668a38cf1:g:XYIAAOSwAmJcG6O~






..well it does look like GDS who are selling them.

Well, at least they have a photo and the name plate on the back unlike some of the f218's they have sold.


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Someone's dreaming....looks like the shop in Nuneaton has some competition...




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We know a song about this, don't we, boys and girls.

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NJW says:

"I've always thought that Funktion One is overpriced and over-hyped for what it is".

This reminds me of Hans Christian Anderson's story published in 1837 called "The Emperor’s New Clothes".

I have copied below the description and interpretation of this story, which I obtained from website called "The Phrases Finder".

I think that the "moral" of the story could perhaps apply to Funktion One.





"Anderson's tale involves a vain king who was preoccupied with his appearance and his wardrobe. A pair of swindlers took advantage of this by pretending to be able to weave the finest cloth, which couldn't be seen by people who were either unfit for office or were particularly stupid. The king decided to have a suit of clothes made from the fabric in order to test which of his courtiers was unfit for office. As he didn't want to appear stupid or unfit for rule himself, he pretended to be able to see the new clothes, as did all of his courtiers. He paraded the 'new clothes' through the streets and the onlookers, also not wishing to appear stupid, all admired them. A small child, who didn't understand the apparent necessity for pretence, piped up 'But he has nothing on!'. The bubble of pretence burst and soon all the onlookers were repeating what the child had said, whilst the king continued the procession, attempting to maintain his dignity by pretending that nothing had happened.

So, the meaning of the expression is clear from the story. It is used in contexts where people are widely acclaimed and admired but where others question whether what they have created is of any value. Modern-day examples might be the highly priced work of conceptual artists or the more avant-guard products of fashion designers."

Edited by APC321 - 06 September 2020 at 4:24pm
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