Still Rockin' This House...Legends Die Hard by Noble Upchurch

Still Rockin' This House...Legends Die Hard by 

Canon SX30 IS
Mi Casa, Port Saint Lucie, FLA, USA
Three image HDR compiled with Photomatix
Final edit with PSE 10

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I love the process of photography…first You must open Your eyes and really see the world You have been only glancing at. Instead of seeing trees, You see natural compositions to photograph.
I mostly photograph scenes and try to capture the mood. At times, I use a bit of post processing to enhance the mood of a piece. I love the freedom digital photography offers and am impressed and inspired by other’s creative works and techniques.


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  • Gail Bridger
    Gail Bridgeralmost 3 years ago

    Looks like good sound there Noble…they don’t make speakers like they used to. I had a pair very similiar…37 lbs. each. :-) They could certainly sing though. Very nice editing too!!

  • Thank You so very much Gail!!! These speakers have been superb…unrivaled in quality of sound…sadly can’t be replaced should the time come!!!!

    – Noble Upchurch

  • Noble Upchurch
    Noble Upchurchalmost 3 years ago

    A little cosmetic wear but oh so ready to rock Your World. Bought these about twenty years ago

    The minimum power handling capacity of the Cerwin-Vega AT-15 was 5 watts, and the maximum was 400 watts. Assuming 1 watt at 1 meter, its sensitivity totaled 102 decibels. Its nominal impedance was 4 ohms. At a distance of 3 meters and running at full power, its maximum output level was 127 decibels. It had 0.4 percent distortion running midband at 96 decibels per meter. Its power connections consisted of banana plugs. It had overall fuse protection as well as a self-resetting circuit breaker for its tweeter.

    The Cerwin-Vega AT-15 responded to frequencies between 28 Hz and 28 kHz. The virtual circuit size of the AT-15’s low frequency driver was 2.05 inches, and the low frequency driver consisted of a 15-inch cast aluminum frame. Its mid frequency driver consisted of two 5-inch cones. Its high frequency driver was a 1-inch microcell polymer dome with an acoustic transformer. Its low crossover frequency was 400 Hz and its high crossover frequency was 3,000 Hz.

    My only regret is not buying a Carver power amplifier.

  • AuntDot
    AuntDotalmost 3 years ago

    Love this! I think my speakers might look like that behind the black fabric.

  • julie08
    julie08almost 3 years ago

    Great work :)

  • Kim McClain Gregal
    Kim McClain Gr...almost 3 years ago

    Very cool !!!

  • jules572
    jules572almost 3 years ago

    Have to love those woofers and tweeters Noble. I’m sure the sound is as good as yesterday…Jules

  • DEGS14
    DEGS14almost 3 years ago

    Fantastic concept and post processing Noble!! Love the title too!! Cheers!

  • trueblvr
    trueblvralmost 3 years ago

    Well darn…I’m coming to your house to listen to my Stevie Ray Vaughan. good work Noble

  • Sally Kady
    Sally Kadyalmost 3 years ago

    Love it, very cool image!

  • Bobby Dar
    Bobby Daralmost 3 years ago

    A nice Idea

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