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Re: Dai-ichi Speakers & sub
« Reply #1500 on: Mar 21, 2006 at 05:03 PM »

i think its a virtue to take care of your equipment whatever price you bought it...sa yo yan e. ok ang daiichi for the price, pero merong speakers na mas ok...mas mahal nga lang...if you can afford it..go for it, kung hindi..at least ok ang price perfrmance ratio. depends on your priorities man. i would rather not have to lug my speakers to a service center ke malapit or hindi, better take care of it na lang :)


brod, its not the matter of taking care of your gears, lahat naman tayo ginagawa yun diba? logical nalang yun. ang point ko dito is. do you really need to buy such expensive gears just to entertain your self? ciguro sa mga can afford good for them (opnion lang po ito ha? baka may mag violent reaction na naman dyan!) pero sa mga budget wise maybe... pero yung warranty and services is just a side dish of what the true products purpose is "entertainment"... 


hindi ko po tinitira ang daiichi, nagsisisi nga ako sa dtx speakers na katulad ng klipsch sb2 na pinakawalan ko, and my speakers with marble enclosure uses a daiichi hifi woofer..and i love the way it sounds :)

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Re: Dai-ichi Speakers & sub
« Reply #1501 on: Mar 21, 2006 at 05:10 PM »
Kapag hindi ako out of town nang April 13 sama ako 09209051048. I think sarado megamall nang holy thursday.

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Re: Dai-ichi Speakers & sub
« Reply #1502 on: Mar 21, 2006 at 06:14 PM »
Dapat may activity... para ndi boring. Inuman? inuman? nyehehehe
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Re: Dai-ichi Speakers & sub
« Reply #1503 on: Mar 21, 2006 at 06:54 PM »
it ain't hard to learn what you lost, kaya i still have speakers with a marble enclosure using daiichi drivers, kasi implemented properly they can sound good ;)


anyone tried the 8" full range drivers  being sold by daiichi?


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Re: Dai-ichi Speakers & sub
« Reply #1504 on: Mar 21, 2006 at 09:41 PM »
it ain't hard to learn what you lost, kaya i still have speakers with a marble enclosure using daiichi drivers, kasi implemented properly they can sound good ;)


anyone tried the 8" full range drivers  being sold by daiichi?



Sir ganda ng pagkakagawa ah? is that dai-ichi? kita mo nga naman basta maayos at pulido, talgang world class ang dating? ciguro pati audio quality okey din?

sir pa tingin naman ng marble speakers mo? at least meron ka pang natirang dai-ichi. sir meron silang towers na 4k lang yung piano finish na may side firing woofer. narinig mo na ba to? for me nung audition ko ito ang ganda ng clarity at tightness ng bass, kamukha siya BP series ng def tech, pag nagka budget ako bibilihin ko ulit para sa bed room hehehe...

 
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Re: Dai-ichi Speakers & sub
« Reply #1505 on: Mar 22, 2006 at 07:59 AM »
diy yan, pero daiichi full range driver ang ginamit.  tsaka heavily tweaked para mag-iba yung tunog yung driver. alam ko mura lang yung driver na yan ng daiichi kaya parang gusto kong subukan.

eto yung speakers ko, galing ke anthony yung enclosure, pinalitan ko yung driverng daiichi na 6". ok naman :)



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Re: Dai-ichi Speakers & sub
« Reply #1506 on: Mar 22, 2006 at 08:57 AM »

anyways getting back to Dai-ichi thread... bakit kaya dun sa website nila (www.dai-ichi.ph) yung euros 8 towers nila naka lagay triple 6" woofer pero kung titignan mo 2 lang ata, then yung isa parang midrange yata ito then tweeter.

tapos sa rating nila 150w yung towers, center at bookshelfs, kahit iba iba ang drivers nila. pero its okey naman dahil cool naman ang timbre matching...   

Believe me bro, not everything in the site is accurate.

Oh and aah, I think it takes a true gentleman to be able to admit his mistakes, and have the guts to apologize for it. But I don't really think it was a mistake bro. You were just expressing your opinion, maybe you just worded it inaccurately.  ;)
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« Reply #1507 on: Mar 22, 2006 at 09:07 AM »
yung naman ang purpose nitong mga gear na ito eh. to entertain me. not to impress others...

I like that perspective too. But to say that Daiichi speakers are not impressive? I think they are. I wouldn't be surprised if any expensive speaker is impressive. Why? Because you paid for it to be impressive. Binutas na nga ang bulsa mo tapos di pa impressive? Ano yan? BOSE? (obvious ba na galit sa Bose? Hehehe  ;D) But what is impressive to me, is anything that wouldn't put a hole in your pocket but would stil perform beyond the expectations you have for such a price range. But that's just me.  ;D
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Re: Dai-ichi Speakers & sub
« Reply #1508 on: Mar 22, 2006 at 09:20 AM »
There at Phasetron, they use Daiichi.

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Re: Dai-ichi Speakers & sub
« Reply #1509 on: Mar 22, 2006 at 09:45 AM »
diy yan, pero daiichi full range driver ang ginamit.  tsaka heavily tweaked para mag-iba yung tunog yung driver. alam ko mura lang yung driver na yan ng daiichi kaya parang gusto kong subukan.

eto yung speakers ko, galing ke anthony yung enclosure, pinalitan ko yung driverng daiichi na 6". ok naman :)



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ang ganda hanep! mabuhay ka sir john at si sir mel talgang pwede nang pang export ang gawa ng a-audio. actually I made a DIY speakers din before with dai-ichi and my sister is using it for her living room. towers din siya mero slim type. ayun nagustuhan ni utol yung porma at tunog kaya na arbor. those 5" 2 pcs dai-ichi drivers plus one metal dome tweeter really blend together with crossover. ang naging problem ko lang nun kasi hindi siya magnetical shielded. pero like wise okey din ang performance...

sir ganda talga ng speakers mo. mabuhay ka!...   
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Re: Dai-ichi Speakers & sub
« Reply #1510 on: Mar 22, 2006 at 09:51 AM »
I like that perspective too. But to say that Daiichi speakers are not impressive? I think they are. I wouldn't be surprised if any expensive speaker is impressive. Why? Because you paid for it to be impressive. Binutas na nga ang bulsa mo tapos di pa impressive? Ano yan? BOSE? (obvious ba na galit sa Bose? Hehehe  ;D) But what is impressive to me, is anything that wouldn't put a hole in your pocket but would stil perform beyond the expectations you have for such a price range. But that's just me.  ;D

sir parehas tayo, thats what I look for not only through speakers but all of my audio gears as well. ang hirap yata kitain ng pero now a days. na biktima na ako ng BOSE before ang pagkakamali ko lang noon at Acoustimas 5 ang nabili ko sana nga yung 301 nalang eh. naloko ako nun dahil sa small size big sound niya. yung pala kulang sa acuracy ang tunog. tapos ang hirap pa mag hanap ng powered subwoofer na magbblend sa kanya. anyways BOSE AM series are different from their box type mukha naman magaganda yung woodtype box speakers nila. yun nga lang it goes down to one thing "overprice"...

anyways agree ako sayo na there is something out there in the market that will entertain you but wouldnt put a hole in your pocket...   
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« Reply #1511 on: Mar 22, 2006 at 10:24 AM »
Kapag hindi ako out of town nang April 13 sama ako 09209051048. I think sarado megamall nang holy thursday.

To my knowledge, the only time Megamall closes is New Year's day.  ;)
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Re: Dai-ichi Speakers & sub
« Reply #1512 on: Mar 22, 2006 at 10:34 AM »
john,

i thought you were using an open baffle implementation - that is what I want to see  :D

If I were to pick a dai ichi full range, I will have them power a T-amp and test each candidate with my CD player and material - baka magdala na rin ako ng board to clip-mount each candidate in an open baffle for an audition right at their site.  ;D
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Re: Dai-ichi Speakers & sub
« Reply #1513 on: Mar 22, 2006 at 11:00 AM »
Mga bro magkano ngayon bookshelves tska center ng euros 8? san mas mura? sa raon o sa mega?
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« Reply #1514 on: Mar 22, 2006 at 11:04 AM »
Mga bro magkano ngayon bookshelves tska center ng euros 8? san mas mura? sa raon o sa mega?

Suggestion bro: Try calling both, then a dealer. Then see which has a lower price.  ;D
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« Reply #1515 on: Mar 22, 2006 at 12:34 PM »
Mga bro magkano ngayon bookshelves tska center ng euros 8? san mas mura? sa raon o sa mega?

sir based on my recent purchases:

Bookshelfs
Mega mall : 2,600
Raon: 3,500

Center
Megamall : 2k
Raon: 2,5k

Towers
megamall: 7k
raon: 8,9k

subwoofer:
megamall: 7k
raon: 8,5k

Recent those are recent prices, those are based on knight audio in raon and main branch dai-ichi megamall.

Note: bookshelfs and center speakers are not available in megamall yet! but you can order...
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Re: Dai-ichi Speakers & sub
« Reply #1516 on: Mar 22, 2006 at 12:57 PM »
do you really need to buy such expensive gears just to entertain your self? ciguro sa mga can afford good for them (opnion lang po ito ha? baka may mag violent reaction na naman dyan!) pero sa mga budget wise maybe... pero yung warranty and services is just a side dish of what the true products purpose is "entertainment"... 

thats one hard thing to learn. now you know what you lost...


YES and NO! Yes if it will bring me pleasure but No if it won't. Don't get me wrong, ang dami ko Dai-Ichi speakers dito sa bahay ngayon but this time the reason I didn't get a Daiichi bookshelf is because hindi ko nagustuhan yun tunog niya. And I would probably not get a Euros din if it won't bring me pleasure kahit na ano pang mura niyan. Kung sabagay ang dami mo sinabi na brands ang speakers na napakinggan mo na and still you are happy with your Euros floorstanders, this is one of the reason why I want to try them out kasi magkaiba naman tayo ng ears and so I can hear it for myself.

Yung entertaining na sa iyo pwedng maging irritating sa iba. Simple lang yun concept. pero mahirap explain.


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« Reply #1517 on: Mar 22, 2006 at 01:04 PM »
john,

naka try na din ako niyan, binigay sa akin pero unfortunately pinamigay ko na din. single 8" full range driver. ok na sana tunog, problema lang ang hirap i-drive. for flea watt amp purposes sana kaso di kaya but it was published sa showroom to be 90+dB sensitivity. pati yun diy 6" MTM ko sabi 89dB pero di din na drive ng 6W EL34 SET.

sana nga ngayon hindi lang engineering at aesthetics ang improve nila (truthfully and gaganda na ng product lines), sana address din nila yun true measurement ng sensitivity.



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« Reply #1518 on: Mar 22, 2006 at 01:14 PM »
john,

i thought you were using an open baffle implementation - that is what I want to see  :D

If I were to pick a dai ichi full range, I will have them power a T-amp and test each candidate with my CD player and material - baka magdala na rin ako ng board to clip-mount each candidate in an open baffle for an audition right at their site.  ;D





using it sa family room...kahit wala pa nalalagyan na finish :-[ nice idea, i can probably test the driver at the showroom powered by a t-amp, kaso i checked the website 88db lang sya...will try when i get the time.

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« Reply #1519 on: Mar 22, 2006 at 01:23 PM »
wow ganda!  :o

your tweeter looks a lot like a Velodyne.  ;D thumbs up!

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« Reply #1520 on: Mar 22, 2006 at 01:38 PM »
velodyne yung tweeter. btw, naglabas pala before ng planar tweeter yung daiichi



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« Reply #1521 on: Mar 22, 2006 at 01:46 PM »

YES and NO! Yes if it will bring me pleasure but No if it won't. Don't get me wrong, ang dami ko Dai-Ichi speakers dito sa bahay ngayon but this time the reason I didn't get a Daiichi bookshelf is because hindi ko nagustuhan yun tunog niya. And I would probably not get a Euros din if it won't bring me pleasure kahit na ano pang mura niyan. Kung sabagay ang dami mo sinabi na brands ang speakers na napakinggan mo na and still you are happy with your Euros floorstanders, this is one of the reason why I want to try them out kasi magkaiba naman tayo ng ears and so I can hear it for myself.

Yung entertaining na sa iyo pwedng maging irritating sa iba. Simple lang yun concept. pero mahirap explain.



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« Reply #1522 on: Mar 22, 2006 at 01:54 PM »
john,

naka try na din ako niyan, binigay sa akin pero unfortunately pinamigay ko na din. single 8" full range driver. ok na sana tunog, problema lang ang hirap i-drive. for flea watt amp purposes sana kaso di kaya but it was published sa showroom to be 90+dB sensitivity. pati yun diy 6" MTM ko sabi 89dB pero di din na drive ng 6W EL34 SET.

sana nga ngayon hindi lang engineering at aesthetics ang improve nila (truthfully and gaganda na ng product lines), sana address din nila yun true measurement ng sensitivity.




iba pa yata ang readings nila nun eh. bulag pa yata sila noon or hula hula hehehe! pero I think now medyo accurate na yung readings nila. because of the technology kailangan nilang maging accurate other wise yung mga nag papagawa sa kanila ng OEM abroad eh mag baback out, plus awarded na sila ng certificate para sa accuracy ng products nila. I believe one of the Euros owners here tested a Euros 8 for the 50hz readings and according dun sa instument na ginamit niya aided with a computer program eh accurate naman daw. this is because of the comparison between Euros 6 vs. 8 readings dahil meron yata nag inquire... 
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Re: Dai-ichi Speakers & sub
« Reply #1523 on: Mar 22, 2006 at 02:39 PM »
wow ganda!  :o

your tweeter looks a lot like a Velodyne.  ;D thumbs up!

just for your info. i inquired about that tweeter from Velodyne USA three years ago and according to them, it was commissioned to a Taiwanese firm. there was a problem in specs, so that model (as told) was rejected. i told them it sounds nice and cleaner than many US-made tweeters. i have three pairs of those as back up in case of busts in HF units of my major speakers. incidentally i pulled my tweeter units out of their plastic case (with the Velodyne mark) making them flexible for replacement for other dome-tweeter assemblies.

since this is a Daichi thread, just to share my previous experience. back in early '90s, the company commissioned a European designer to overhaul Daichi's speakers from local-looking to imported-looking, using wood veneer-like covers for boxes liberally. even the drivers changed into units comparable with foreign made. i bought four pairs of different model speaker systems at that time and my impression was that performance and looks indeed improved. however, the LF drivers still can't get down very low and the HF not as clean as some of those made outside. the company got my feedback since i was interested in distributing it in our province, which is another story.

of my 4 pairs, only one - a CB-100 floor stander - is being used now, only for experiment using other drivers and changing x'over circuits. the 3 other smaller units were given away to friends and officemates. for Daichi's price, vis-a-vis performance and looks, i'd say it's a bargain compared with some imported speakers including British-made. still got a few Daichi and China-made LF units here and Daichi, to my ears, sounded better. haven't bought any of the new Daichi speaker systems, however, but i guess they have improved significantly from those sold in late '80s and '90s.
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Re: Dai-ichi Speakers & sub
« Reply #1524 on: Mar 22, 2006 at 05:11 PM »
sir based on my recent purchases:

Bookshelfs
Mega mall : 2,600
Raon: 3,500

Center
Megamall : 2k
Raon: 2,5k

Towers
megamall: 7k
raon: 8,9k

subwoofer:
megamall: 7k
raon: 8,5k

Recent those are recent prices, those are based on knight audio in raon and main branch dai-ichi megamall.

Note: bookshelfs and center speakers are not available in megamall yet! but you can order...


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« Reply #1525 on: Mar 22, 2006 at 06:57 PM »
Bro salamat. May numbr ka ng mega showroom? baka pwede mahingi. salamat ulit chong

here brod:

Dai-ichi showrooms & service center

SM MEGAMALL BRANCH
5th level building B
SM Megamall
Mandaluyong City
Tel. 635-3111

RAON BRANCH
2nd floor Raon Shopping Center
Quezon Blvd. Corner Raon St.,
Quiapo, Manila
Tel. 733-2765 to 66 or 69 / 314-8518

MAIN OFFICE
Pasig City 1600 Philippines
Tel. 645-4891 to 93
fax. 645-2314

For Technical Assistance
Call: 645-0969 / 645-6639

TUV certified
ISO-9001;2000 certified by: AJA - UKAS

www.daiichi.ph   

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« Reply #1526 on: Mar 23, 2006 at 12:40 AM »
iba pa yata ang readings nila nun eh. bulag pa yata sila noon or hula hula hehehe! pero I think now medyo accurate na yung readings nila. because of the technology kailangan nilang maging accurate other wise yung mga nag papagawa sa kanila ng OEM abroad eh mag baback out, plus awarded na sila ng certificate para sa accuracy ng products nila. I believe one of the Euros owners here tested a Euros 8 for the 50hz readings and according dun sa instument na ginamit niya aided with a computer program eh accurate naman daw. this is because of the comparison between Euros 6 vs. 8 readings dahil meron yata nag inquire... 

mga 3 years old na yata yun speakers na diy ko, i use them as my fronts now (ayan ha daiichi user din ako!) but before it was commisioned for HT it was primarily diy'd for audio. baka nga medyo sablay pa noon ang sensitivity ratings nila. swerte nyo naman at naayos na ang ratings ngayon.

I don't know what test uses 50Hz, baka sa bottom end accuracy yan sinasabi mo hanns but yun concern ko is yun sensitivity, more often it is conducted with 1KHz at 1W and 1 meter. Just the same, maybe in the future ma test natin sa tube yan Euros mo pag hindi na ako veeery busy - I'm in the process of designing a new sub controller and amp for my "Paradigm" clone subwoofer.  ;D


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« Reply #1527 on: Mar 23, 2006 at 01:09 AM »
just for your info. i inquired about that tweeter from Velodyne USA three years ago and according to them, it was commissioned to a Taiwanese firm. there was a problem in specs, so that model (as told) was rejected. i told them it sounds nice and cleaner than many US-made tweeters. i have three pairs of those as back up in case of busts in HF units of my major speakers. incidentally i pulled my tweeter units out of their plastic case (with the Velodyne mark) making them flexible for replacement for other dome-tweeter assemblies.



my former classmate who is now in the US Army gave this to me when he came back for a vacation. I had no use for it at the time but when my daiichi tweeters conked out, I installed them in and they were wonderful, sounds great too.  ;D these speakers are a part of daiichi's 1st generation HT in a box bought back in 1996.

I use them now for testing newly built amps.







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Re: Dai-ichi Speakers & sub
« Reply #1528 on: Mar 23, 2006 at 02:20 PM »
my former classmate who is now in the US Army gave this to me when he came back for a vacation. I had no use for it at the time but when my daiichi tweeters conked out, I installed them in and they were wonderful, sounds great too.  ;D these speakers are a part of daiichi's 1st generation HT in a box bought back in 1996.

I use them now for testing newly built amps.







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ganda ng dai-ichi mo sir ah match sa velo tweeters. I had the same type of box dai-ichi before as my center speakers. pero na arbor ni insan. hes still using it right now. matibay pa nga kaysa dun sa def tech niya na pro80. dahil ilang beses na niya pinarepair yung pro80 sa avid dahil laging busted yung midbass drivers. pero yung dai-ichi buong buo pa lalo pa nga daw gumanda yung tunog.
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« Reply #1529 on: Mar 24, 2006 at 04:54 AM »
Korek ka dyan hanns!

lintyak ang titibay ng mga drivers nito, ilan amp na nag hum, crackle, thump, oscillating etc ang na test ko pero buhay pa naman.  ;D

I still have the center and surround - even the sub. kaso cannibalized na yun sub dahil I upgraded the LF filters from dai-ichi's passive to a fixed active and also they used a 7294 gainclone for the amp pero pinalitan ko din yun amp. yun sub driver na lang at yun box ang natira na orig pero ayus na ayus pa naman.

it's also true na habang tumatagal ay gumaganda tunog... yan nasa pics sobrang bugbog sa pag testing kasi kaya na break-in. kaya kung gusto nyo pa na mas lalung gumanda ang mga dai-ichi ninyo - bugbugin nyo ng bugbugin... huwag kayo matakot - lifetime warranty yan!  ;D ;D ;D

disclaimer: huwag ako sisihin pag nasira ha.  ;D ;D ;D