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Old 01-29-2004, 10:47 PM
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Sorry, the model number is A 305ADD, but on their website it only shows 2 fronts, a center channel, and a sub.

The system I am looking at has all of that plus the 2 rears.

http://www.jamo.com
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i will look into it tomorrow
 
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I agree with FWK... Jamo is a very good speaker, even from their entry line. I am also a dealer... they are made in Denmark, except for their in wall stuff, which still sounds pretty darn good. Bose is WAY overrated! I use them 85% of the time
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Wellby it is kind of funny I am a M and K dealer and they have their drivers made in Denmark. I assume they have outsourced to Jamo. Just an assumption.
 
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To clear something up... I use JAMO 85% of the time , not Bose. Sorry if that confued anyone.
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FWK, Denmark has the ch*t going on. Don't know who is using what from who, but it works really well
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Thanks FWK, let me know what you find. I pm'd you the price I was given.

Thanks for the second opinion Wellby! This reassurance from you and FWK makes me more interested in buying Jamo speakers.

Hey Rico - yeah, forum member Love Machine bought my 35 and now we currently have a 2002 31 (my avatar).

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Thanks Mike, the package I am looking at is complete 5.1 system from Jamo - 2 fronts, 2 rears, center channel, and a powered subwoofer.
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Welby and/or FWK,

I have an old Jamo model SW60 (ser # 34029236) powered sub that a neighbor gave me. The 10" driver inside recently started buzzing. When I opened it up I saw that the foam surround had broken down. I noticed a date of 1988 on some of the components inside, so it is pretty old. I removed the driver, and I would like to find a replacement driver, since the amp still works fine. Unfortunately the driver only had a Jamo part number on the back (W-20379), and has no info pertaining to impedence, wattage or freq resp. I am hoping that since you guys are dealers you might have some connections that might be able to help me with this information. I am most concerned with matching the impedence. Wattage and freq resp can just be approximated, but I think the impedence will be pretty important. Can you all help me out?

BTW - is there any way to determine impedence of an unmarked speaker?

Thanks for any help you can offer,

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