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Budman last won the day on December 28 2018

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  1. congrats on your speakers. the back panel looks to be in mint condition for 60 year old speakers H-H-12 stands for Model H - the second H could stand for the veneer of Hard Rock Maple - and the 12 stands for a 12" woofer my early Model H's ( 1963 ) came with cane grills would love to see pictures of the front and sides K-77 tweeter - K-55V midrange - K-22 woofer - Type 4 crossover listed on the large sheet
  2. another false statement by the post master general
  3. you just need 30,000 GLWTS posts and 20,000 JEM posts to catch up
  4. the W in the serial number means it was built in 1981 should have the soldered K-55V mid driver
  5. my 79 price list was for the cornwall and heresy RV1 & RV2
  6. i have a factory set of 78 AA's sitting in my closet
  7. https://www.ebay.com/itm/324294400148?hash=item4b8173d894:g:N1sAAOSwb6FfXrU4
  8. i just sold my near mint condition 74 cornwalls in walnut oil on usaudiomart for $1500 if you want prices you have to post pictures
  9. C WO 15 stands for Cornwall - Walnut Oil - 15" woofer 4M 049 the M puts these at 1974 for the year of manufacture
  10. i personally have bought 8 sets of Deang or Crankys crossovers. 7 for the k-horn and 1 for the cornwall. the lastest caps are the V-caps or ODAM caps which i now have 2 sets and they are out of this world. i listen for at least 2 hrs of vinyl every night. my fav right now is Dire Straits album - on every street its not believable
  11. had to get a fresh pair of depends on this post
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