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Calling all owners or former owners of Ohm Speakers. Can you share a story about them or post a picture?
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In 2011 Ohm ran a special sale putting new drivers in discontinued cabinets I called to order walsh 3000 drivers in walsh 3 cabinets. I was told they had run out of the walsh 3 cabinets but they would give me ohm 4 cabinets for the same price, a substantial savings. The speakers arrived securely packed. Any questions I had were answered quickly, great customer service. 4 years later I am still a very satisfied customer.
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In 2011 Ohm ran a special sale putting new drivers in discontinued cabinets I called to order walsh 3000 drivers in walsh 3 cabinets. I was told they had run out of the walsh 3 cabinets but they would give me ohm 4 cabinets for the same price, a substantial savings. The speakers arrived securely packed. Any questions I had were answered quickly, great customer service. 4 years later I am still a very satisfied customer.
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Wow great! Can you post a picture?
I haven't uploaded a file in five years hope these are adequate
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I haven't uploaded a file in five years hope these are adequate
Thanks, these are the vintage pyramid shaped cabinets. A lot of people like these better than the new cabinets.
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I had John at Ohm Speaker make me a Walsh 2000 Center Channel speaker to match the rest of my Ohm Walsh 2000 speakers. All I can say is that the sound is Awesome. I found that it's important to have the same driver in all the speakers when using Dolby Atmos or Auro 3D for example because the sound processor is moving sound objects throughout the sound field including the center channel. Now with the same driver in the center channel, it's totally seamless. When everything is matched, the experience is just like you are "at the movies". I guess the center channel isn't just for dialogue any more with 3D sound.
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Yeah I just pulled out a flashlight and the driver is pointing up. Let's see if I can attach a picture on this forum.....
I had John from Ohm make me a new custom center with a 2000 driver. The sound is awesome and matches the rest of my speakers which are all 2000's. I think the original used a Micro Walsh driver. Do you know which driver is in yours?
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I use all Walsh micro drivers across the front of a HT system. I have been using a HK 7200 avr to run them so they have quite a few years on them. The surround are Ohm speakers but not Walsh driven. Using a Sunfire true sub for the bottom end. The sound still impresses people who listen to the system..
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I use all Walsh micro drivers across the front of a HT system. I have been using a HK 7200 avr to run them so they have quite a few years on them. The surround are Ohm speakers but not Walsh driven. Using a Sunfire true sub for the bottom end. The sound still impresses people who listen to the system..
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Right now I'm away from home. Enjoying a new granddaughter. Will post something when I get back home. Killing time in-between feedings. I see you upgraded the center channel. Where is the improvement more out-put, better dialogue? Been listing to Ohm speakers since my brother bought a pair of Model F's in the late 60's.
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Right now I'm away from home. Enjoying a new granddaughter. Will post something when I get back home. Killing time in-between feedings. I see you upgraded the center channel. Where is the improvement more out-put, better dialogue? Been listing to Ohm speakers since my brother bought a pair of Model F's in the late 60's.

The main improvement with the new center channel is definitely better dialogue. It's not louder but it's vastly more intelligible. Other than that, the new enclosure gives you more low end response which makes the whole sound stage come alive more. With the Walsh 2000 driver, Audyssey registers it down to 60 Hz. Overall i'm extremely pleased with the performance of the new center channel. They really got it right.

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I'm glad I ran across this thread I'm also an Ohm speaker owner using them in a home theater setup. My speaker arrangement consists of:


(4) Microwalsh Talls (RF, LF, RS, LS)
(1) Walsh Center channel (original model)
(2) Velodyne SC-10 passive subs


I've been around Ohm speakers since the late seventies the first one I heard was the OHM I, the sound was absolutely awesome!! I've attached some pics.
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I'm glad I ran across this thread I'm also an Ohm speaker owner using them in a home theater setup. My speaker arrangement consists of:


(4) Microwalsh Talls (RF, LF, RS, LS)
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I've been around Ohm speakers since the late seventies the first one I heard was the OHM I, the sound was absolutely awesome!! I've attached some pics.
Can you send a picture of your center channel. It's really hard to see. And I agree the sound from these speakers is totally awesome. I don't understand why more people don't have them.

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Can you send a picture of your center channel. It's really hard to see. And I agree the sound from these speakers is totally awesome. I don't understand why more people don't have them.
Sure thing, I just realized I took those pics before I purchased the center channel. I ran the setup for a while in phantom mode before I purchased the center channel and the effect was pretty decent. The wide "sweet spot" of the mains really put forth a decent image!.
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I have a pair of OHM Model I speakers that I purchased in the mid '80s. I got them direct from the factory when it was on Taffee Place in Brooklyn. I went up and auditioned several pairs including the Walsh Series. I chose the Model I because of the low end. They are conventional speakers with drives on the front and top. They are the best speakers that I have owned. I still have them in use today. I power them with a Carver 4.0T Power Amp and Carver CT-7 Pre-amp Tuner. All of the equipment is from the 80s and all is function today.

I don't used the for home theater, I am using Polks for that. Ohm speakers are fantastic! If I still lived in Brooklyn, I would pay them a visit. I understand they have upgrrade kits available for some of their legacy speakers.

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I had a pair of Ohm F's in the 70's, and they're still the best speakers I've ever heard. I wish I still had them (and had room for them).

I just bought a pair of Ohm speakers that are the familiar triangular shape. The woofer fires down into the base of the cabinet and there's a tweeter on top with a bulb that lights up depending on the amount of power put into them. Looking on the Ohm website, I narrowed it down to the Model J, but that's the only vintage model with no photograph! Looking online, these must really be orphans.

Anyway, they're missing the top covers, and I'm finding just how rare Ohm speakers are anyway.

I also just bought a pair of Pro 42's; these are the larger ones with a woofer and a passive radiator, and one of them has incorrect drivers. Ohm wants $95 each, and I suppose I'm dreaming wanting to find them for less?
Try this web site http://www.ohmspeaker.com
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The main improvement with the new center channel is definitely better dialogue. It's not louder but it's vastly more intelligible. Other than that, the new enclosure gives you more low end response which makes the whole sound stage come alive more. With the Walsh 2000 driver, Audyssey registers it down to 60 Hz. Overall i'm extremely pleased with the performance of the new center channel. They really got it right.
Some of that new vocal intelligibility may be the result of the front of the speaker overhanging the front of the cabinet, instead of being recessed within it?
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Here's the pic of the center channe
Cool, I remember seeing this model. Now they have changed the center channel speaker. I actually got them to install a Walsh 2000 driver in the center channel to match the rest of my speakers.

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Cool, I remember seeing this model. Now they have changed the center channel speaker. I actually got them to install a Walsh 2000 driver in the center channel to match the rest of my speakers.
Yeah I know, this model has been discontinued. I picked it up off EBay for a steal!! Mint condition for its age. I plan to upgrade to the Walsh Shelf Center at some point this year. I'm at the tail end of a HT renovation I've got a few other things to purchase for my HT so I'm done with speakers for now.

What type of amplification are you using? I recently purchased new amps I decided to try some of the class D amps. I had a bit of a time efficently driving the Ohms with my old amps (Proceed Amp 3) good sound but man they could heat up the room pretty quickly!! To the point you couldnt touch them. Thr 4-6 ohm load of the ohms would really work the amps during long listening sessions.

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Yeah I know, this model has been discontinued. I picked it up off EBay for a steal!! Mint condition for its age. I plan to upgrade to the Walsh Shelf Center at some point this year. I'm at the tail end of a HT renovation I've got a few other things to purchase for my HT so I'm done with speakers for now.

What type of amplification are you using? I recently purchased new amps I decided to try some of the class D amps. I had a bit of a time efficently driving the Ohms with my old amps (Proceed Amp 3) good sound but man they could heat up the room pretty quickly!! To the point you couldnt touch them. Thr 4-6 ohm load of the ohms would really work the amps during long listening sessions.
I have a Marantz 7009 AVR driving all the speakers which are all 6 ohms, no problems but I know the older Ohms needed a lot of power. The newer ones are a bit better.

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I have a Marantz 7009 AVR driving all the speakers which are all 6 ohms, no problems but I know the older Ohms needed a lot of power. The newer ones are a bit better.
The 7009 is a great receiver. If I hadn't decided to go with separates, I would have gone with either Outlaw or Marantz.
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I had John at Ohm Speaker make me a Walsh 2000 Center Channel speaker to match the rest of my Ohm Walsh 2000 speakers. All I can say is that the sound is Awesome. I found that it's important to have the same driver in all the speakers when using Dolby Atmos or Auro 3D for example because the sound processor is moving sound objects throughout the sound field including the center channel. Now with the same driver in the center channel, it's totally seamless. When everything is matched, the experience is just like you are "at the movies". I guess the center channel isn't just for dialogue any more with 3D sound.
Can you tell me what veneer that is on your fronts? Also, are there any issues having big furniture like that in between the L/R speakers?

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Can you tell me what veneer that is on your fronts? Also, are there any issues having big furniture like that in between the L/R speakers?

Thanks!
I have the cherry veneer on the fronts and black on everything else. My rears were old Walsh-2 that were upgraded to Walsh-2000's and had a rosewood veneer.

So as long as 1/2 of the driver is in front of the furniture, then there is no issue. This is according to John at Ohm and after "playing" with it, I was able to verify that it works well.

They are excellent speakers and I highly recommend them

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I have the cherry veneer on the fronts and black on everything else. My rears were old Walsh-2 that were upgraded to Walsh-2000's and had a rosewood veneer.

So as long as 1/2 of the driver is in front of the furniture, then there is no issue. This is according to John at Ohm and after "playing" with it, I was able to verify that it works well.

They are excellent speakers and I highly recommend them
Great thanks, my media cabinet is about 40" tall and 5' wide and is rosewood color, looks same color as yours...i'm eyeing a pair of the Walsh 1000's for my room that is small-med size, about 1,600 cu.ft, but I am also considering Martin Logan Electromotion ESL, however the one thing i don't like about ESL's is that they apparently have a pretty narrow sweet spot. I think i'll like the Ohms as i used to use Mirage's, i still have a pair actually being used as my rear channels. I'm currently using some B&W 684 S2 towers as my fronts which sound good but I'd like to try something 'different'.
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Great thanks, my media cabinet is about 40" tall and 5' wide and is rosewood color, looks same color as yours...i'm eyeing a pair of the Walsh 1000's for my room that is small-med size, about 1,600 cu.ft, but I am also considering Martin Logan Electromotion ESL, however the one thing i don't like about ESL's is that they apparently have a pretty narrow sweet spot. I think i'll like the Ohms as i used to use Mirage's, i still have a pair actually being used as my rear channels. I'm currently using some B&W 684 S2 towers as my fronts which sound good but I'd like to try something 'different'.
Cool, For sure you will get the largest sweet spot with the Ohms. Also they have a very generous trial period so you can buy them, try them out to make sure you like them. If you buy the Ohms, tell John you are from AVS and you read this forum. He might give you a little discount. Let us know what you do.
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The 7009 is a great receiver. If I hadn't decided to go with separates, I would have gone with either Outlaw or Marantz.
So it's been a while since my last post and there have some changes, I sold the Ohm center channel (Walsh Original) and ordered the Walsh Shelf Center Channel. Hope to have it this week also upgrading my front left/rights to Walsh 1000's.


Upgraded processors and amps as well.
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So it's been a while since my last post and there have some changes, I sold the Ohm center channel (Walsh Original) and ordered the Walsh Shelf Center Channel. Hope to have it this week also upgrading my front left/rights to Walsh 1000's.


Upgraded processors and amps as well.
Excellent! post another picture when you have all of the speakers. After a couple of years with my Ohm speakers, they are awesome!
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Excellent! post another picture when you have all of the speakers. After a couple of years with my Ohm speakers, they are awesome!
So I finally got around to posting updated pics. The center channel and new Ohm Omni surround speakers, absolutely love these.
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