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Japanese made speakers from the 60's through the 70's that had a minimum 15" woofer, a minimum 4-way cross-over, at least 6 individual drivers, in a box that is less than 3 cu ft or weighs less than 50lbs.

"For those wondering about the origin of the term, it had to do with the limited bandwidth and tinny sound that characterized the first versions of these speakers. As a friend said "You can play Led Zepplin though them and it comes out sounding like Kabuki music"."
-Don McR @
Model# SP-X8000 / 9000
by M.X. September 03, 2004
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