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  1. nosubs

    T-1030 vs. VR 40

    Are there any enthusiasts who have heard both these highly reputed models? Recently both were available on eBay for $500. The VR 40s needed re-foaming, the T-1030s had already been done. I understand the newer speakers had better cabinet bracing; but they are bass reflex. I love the sound of my acoustic T-830s. Newer driver designs on the VRs also. I was wondering how it all balances out; although the T-1030s have already sold, so it's academic.
  2. tvdantv

    T830 X-over differences

    Two distinct designs, both from T830 pairs. Can anyone identify which is the older and newer designs? What are the sonic characteristics of each? I have A60 Series II, T830, T930, and T1030 pairs in various systems thru the house. And have built a custom C830 center channel from a donor T830 to fill out the home theater properly. It's a 20+ year love affair w/ this tweeter and acoustic suspension, and I learn something new about them every couple of years. Thanks.
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