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Old 09-10-2019, 04:18 PM
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That information most emphatically did not come from Bob Robbins. He was however, taught the method with it.

If you read what Bob Robbins posted on his site, you will see that he acknowledges going to Berkekey, Ca to Sumiko's offices and learning the method from them. What Robbins has done is create materials and videos explaining the method that he learned from Sumiko.
The instructional material posted above explaining how to do it was done without attribution. Jdandy indicated that he did not write it. If you know who wrote that material feel free to elaborate. If you are the one who wrote it, my kudos to you.
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Old 09-10-2019, 04:49 PM
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Dave.......I can't take credit for making that post. That information was provided to me from a friend via the "speaker whisperer". It is solid information, and when followed the results are very impressive. The Master Process certainly transformed my listening experience with my Amati Anniversario's. I am happy to be able to forward this information for your use, but the credit for this golden information belongs to another fine audiophile.

My advice to you based on my experience with the process is do not rush through any steps. The more carefully you follow the instructions the greater the final results will be.

Congratulations on your new Strads. Fabulous speakers the will forever be true classics.
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Old 09-10-2019, 04:53 PM
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If you read what Bob Robbins posted on his site, you will see that he acknowledges going to Berkekey, Ca to Sumiko's offices and learning the method from them. What Robbins has done is create materials and videos explaining the method that he learned from Sumiko.
The instructional material posted above explaining how to do it was done without attribution. Jdandy indicated that he did not write it. If you know who wrote that material feel free to elaborate. If you are the one who wrote it, my kudos to you.
The short answer is that Bob was sent by the Vienna Acoustics dealer he worked for at the time. I was one of the instructors for his class.

As for materials, you would be better served to follow what Dan has posted imo.
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Anyone out there who can perform this procedure and will make a house call in the Seattle area?

I'm gonna give it a go with my Cremona Auditor M's. Patience is a virtue, usually.
Thanks so much,Dan, for this information!
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Interesting. When I auditioned Devore speakers a couple of weeks ago the owner used the same track when setting up each set.
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Interesting. When I auditioned Devore speakers a couple of weeks ago the owner used the same track when setting up each set.
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