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Episode Info: Earl Zausmer is best know for his BMW and the motorized speakers that would raise from the dash. While you may know that about his car, there is a whole lot more that he tells about it here.   From the following page - Click for Milbert Page   It's rare to win over 90% of all car audio competitions entered in a 5-year period ("best of show", "best in class", "best sound") and even more rare to be featured not only in all of the major car audio magazines but also to appear in Time, on MTV and CNBC, and in more than 211 newspapers in the US as well as 27 magazines worldwide, yet that's only part of the acclaim and attention awarded to Earl Zausmer's BMW 540i which undoubtedly ranks as one of the most widely publicized car audio systems ever.   " In every industry there are people who dominate their field, who strive to overcome the competition. NASCAR has Jeff Gordon, basketball has the Bulls, and IASCA has Earl Zausmer... " --Autosound & Security magazine   Below are some articles detailing Earl's legendary car audio system, which sports two gold-plated Milbert BaM-235 vacuum tube amplifiers among other unique audio goodies.   Feb 2005 update: Five years ago Earl exited car audio and sold his famous car after moving to Arizona. The car's story since is as colorful as its various owners, which included a gold- and platinum-record awarded musician, vintage audiophile and member of the "Golden Boldens," who fortuitously intervened, and for whom we will always be thankful for, to save the car from oblivion. In February, 2005 we purchased the car from a nice Christian family in Oregon for use as a demo and reference system.   Components:   Two Milbert BaM-235 vacuum tube amplifiers ($5k) Sony XES-Z50 system (~$8k) B&W Nautilus 801D + Silver Signature speaker system (~$13k) Straight Wire Maestro interconnect and speaker wires (~$7k) 2-layer Dynamat on all resonant surfaces (~$3k) Racing Dynamics wheels ($4k) Dinan suspension and performance chip ($3k) Zapco transistorized subwoofer amps ($3k) Two Optima deep-cycle yellow-top sealed batteries Street Wires power wiring & fuses Features:   Milbert Tube amplification LASER positioning; Time alignme

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