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post #526 of 1261

heres a pic of the ones for sale.

you may have talked me into them.

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he wants 200$ for them.

im hoping i can talk him down to 150 or 160

thing is i don't have any idea what they are worth


Edited by Rawrbington - 3/21/12 at 12:18am
post #527 of 1261

Unfortunately, I can't help you on price. I was able to get my HPM-100 for $350 delivered from about 1.5hrs away. But that's not exactly apples to apples. They do look very nice. the stands aren't like what I had seen, but the gent is quite the woodworker, so they might have been of his own creation.

post #528 of 1261
I went with Braun ads L700a.
They mids and highs on the ads were just too sweet.
Just got them home and set up. Will report more plus pics later
post #529 of 1261

I've found some JBL 4406 Studio Monitors that I can take home for free tonight. I'm not sure how "vintage" they are, but just curious if anyone knows about them or if they're any good?

post #530 of 1261
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Originally Posted by manveru View Post

I've found some JBL 4406 Studio Monitors that I can take home for free tonight. I'm not sure how "vintage" they are, but just curious if anyone knows about them or if they're any good?


Haven't heard them, but they look good. At that price, I would say just grab them and let your ears decide biggrin.gif

 

post #531 of 1261

 

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Originally Posted by calipilot227 View Post

Haven't heard them, but they look good. At that price, I would say just grab them and let your ears decide biggrin.gif


Oh I will regardless. Just curious :)

post #532 of 1261

free is goodbeerchug.gif

post #533 of 1261

Purchased JBL L-36s in 1975, along with a JVC JR-S400 receiver and a Dual 1249 turntable.

Still own these great representatives of the '70s Hi-Fi scene.

 

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post #534 of 1261

That JVC even has an equalizer type tone control. That Dual can also play 45 but not 78.

post #535 of 1261

ZOMG! So ugly!

 

By my logic: that must mean that they sound awesome biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by wotts View Post

^ Those look nice. What all is in the (Sanus?) rack?

 

 

I might try to pick these up this weekend. They are at an auction:

 

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Sansui SP-X8



 

post #536 of 1261
$200 they are well worth that mate. I would love them for that kind of money and even have them shipped over the England. Beautiful sounding speaker with a good valve amp.
post #537 of 1261

I think I might pick up some HPM-60s. I found a pair for $60. We'll see if they are taken. evil_smiley.gif

post #538 of 1261
Holy cow that's a GREAT price for HPM-60's!!!
post #539 of 1261

I also found some mint CS-99As, but I forget the price...$450 maybe? They are immaculate. If I hadn't have just gotten the W3000ANV, I'd get em.

 

 

Edit: http://saginaw.craigslist.org/ele/2948799561.html


Edited by wotts - 4/12/12 at 11:38pm
post #540 of 1261

Hmm somewhat related:

 

Suppose u nab those dream vintage floor standers and are just looking for a cheap 2 channel amp to fill a small/medium room: consider T-Amps!

 

My recently acquired Kenwood LSK-727s @ 92dB with the little TA2020 wonder tongue_smile.gif These run 24/7 efficiently/cool and are barely warm to the touch!

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For beefier T-Amps USA peeps have the option of the Dayton DTA-100A while globally ebay has these with free international ship 

 

 

TDA7492
 
TPA3123

 


Edited by trog - 4/13/12 at 3:30am
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