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Jay Dee Maness


From:
North Hills, CA
Post Posted 13 Oct 2018 9:55 am     Reply with quote

I put in two Travis Toy 15 inch speakers in my rigg.They really sound great and light. Made by Emenence. Check them out.

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Travis Toy


From:
Nashville, TN, USA
Post Posted 13 Oct 2018 11:03 pm     Reply with quote

Jay Dee! I’m so honored and humbled by you using and loving these speakers. Thanks for spreading the good word.

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Larry Beem


From:
Iowa, USA
Post Posted 20 Oct 2018 7:35 am     TT 15's Reply with quote

I would love to hear some more feedback on these speakers (no pun intended). Ive got a couple Telonic cabs loaded with JBL's currently. Walker SS amp to push them. I am looking to try different speakers. Hopefully something lighter......lol
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Dale Foreman


From:
Crowley Louisiana, USA
Post Posted 20 Oct 2018 8:59 am     TT 15 weight Reply with quote

I thin the TT 15 comes in at 7.7 lbs. Correct me if I'm wrong Travis Toy!
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Travis Toy


From:
Nashville, TN, USA
Post Posted 20 Oct 2018 9:03 am     Re: TT 15 weight Reply with quote

Dale Foreman wrote:
I thin the TT 15 comes in at 7.7 lbs. Correct me if I'm wrong Travis Toy!


You are not wrong, so I can’t correct you!

-t
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Morton Kellas


From:
Chazy, NY, Zephyrhills, Fl USA 1
Post Posted 21 Oct 2018 7:26 am     Reply with quote

I have been using a TT 15" speaker for a few months in a Tommy Huff cabinet and it just keeps getting better and better. At first it was not exactly what I had expected, but in a very short break in time, it by far surpasses the previous speaker which I had been using. The TT 15" is very full sounding, with a well rounded and clean bass responce, nice mids and very sweet highs that are not as shrill as some speakers can tend to be. You really need to use your ears and not be afraid to change from your old settings. This speaker will do what you want it to, in a very nice way.
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DALE WHITENER


From:
TRINITY,NC USA
Post Posted 21 Oct 2018 3:47 pm     Reply with quote

I’m using the 15” Double T in a cab with a Quilter Steelaire Rackmount and love it !
Put the 12” in my Milkman Half and Half with the same results both are great and very light .
Dale
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Travis Toy


From:
Nashville, TN, USA
Post Posted 21 Oct 2018 3:51 pm     Reply with quote

I’m so glad you guys are loving the speakers. A heck of a lot of time went into the development of both the 12 and the 15. Technology has finally gotten us to the point where “heavier sounds better”, no longer has to apply. I am very proud of both speakers, and I appreciate you guys sharing your experience. Cheers!

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Ron Scott


From:
Michigan
Post Posted 22 Oct 2018 9:09 am     Movie Christmas in the heartland. Reply with quote

Travis, Saw a movie today that you were in playing the Dobro. Spotted you and read the name at the end. Ron
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