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Len Amaral
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From: Rehoboth,MA 02769

posted 03 March 2003 02:43 PM     profile     
I have an Emmons amplifier that has a nice vibe. The chasis is made by Tubeworks but the speaker has no manufacturor listed. There is a label on the speaker that says
"Ronald L. Lashley series speaker" It is also a 4 ohm speaker and sounds quite nice with other amps. The speaker is not a stamped frame but appears to be a casting and has press type spring terminals.

Does anyone know who manufactured this speaker?

Michael T. Hermsmeyer
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From: Branson, Mo 65616 USA

posted 04 March 2003 01:15 AM     profile     
Yes, I believe that the Emmons speaker is manufactured by the Eminence company, the same makers of the Evans Eclipse. As a matter of fact, it might be the same speaker with a different label. Can you post or email me a photo? I will compare them for you.

Michael T.

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Len Amaral
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From: Rehoboth,MA 02769

posted 04 March 2003 09:46 AM     profile     
OK Micheal....I sent you a picture of the speaker.

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