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jeff spicoli

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  1. The record player is in good shape. I got the table from the original owner. It's cover has a crack but you cant feel it from under the lid. Also the back right foot has fallen off. I just sit the table on the foot and it works good. Included is a Shure m97xe that probably has less than 25 hours in it. If I look I think I still have the box and paperwork for the cart. I also have the original owners manual for the table. I will also include the Sonus Dimension 5 cart that I got with the table. I do not know how many hours are on the cart. I am asking $600 and I will not ship the table. I am 3.5 hours south if Chicago, 2.5 hours west of Indy and 2 hours east of St. Louis. I can help deliver within reason for the price of gas.
  2. Yes its still for sale, private message sent
  3. I emailed Shannon Parks and he said he used Cinemag 3440APC and Cinemag CM1254PC
  4. I found out they are 3440apc which I think is red - they might be from before Cinemag started distinguishing red v blue though
  5. looking into it now and i'll report back as soon as I get the information
  6. I've owned this SUT for a couple months. It was my first foray into the world of SUTs and I love it. I'm a bit reluctant to sell it because it sounds wonderful with my Dynavector 20x2l but I have a chance to upgrade for a what I am hoping for a better fit. I'd like $300 for it and I'll cover shipping.
  7. These are sold and they couldn't have went to a better owner.
  8. I'll take the jazz cd's...please mark them sold and pm on its way
  9. For sale are my 1965 walnut Klipschorns with cane grills. The serial numbers are 2D162 and 2D169 and they are model K-B-WO. I bought them from the original owner. He got them from his wife who had been married before and they were her first husband’s speakers. I think he said they got them in St. Louis. They had small dogs and they marked the sides of the grills. I was going to clean them but left them alone because they never really bothered me. The speakers are just how I received them and I’ve don’t nothing to alter their appearance. They are not perfect and have many bumps and bruises but overall they displayed nice in my home. Anybody wanting detailed pictures just let me know and I'll do whatever is needed. I'm asking $2500 I live 1.5 hours east of St. Louis, 3.5 hours south of Chicago, and 2 hours west of Indy. My zip code is 62461.
  10. i'll take if still available: Otis Rush - Mourning in the Morning VG/VG (black marking on CD top, spine cut-out) 3 Bob Dylan - he Times They Are A-Changin' (Canada) EX/NM 4 Pink Floyd - The Dark Side of the Moon (Canada EMI Capitol) VG/NM 3 Queens of the Stone Age -s/t EX/G (wrinkled art) 1 Supertramp - s/t (remaster) - made in France NM/NM 4 Cold War Kids - Robbers & Cowards VG/VG+ (spine saw cut) 3 The RollingStones - Out of Our Heads (London) MONO West Germany VG/NM 9
  11. All pm's have been replied too. I appreciate everyone's comments and concerns.....I honestly do. This is a great forum.
  12. Thanks for all the kind replies. Id like to keep them and if I would I wouldn't get the full potential. I thought about storring them and possibly building a room to fit them in but that would be a long time from now. As far as price, I really don't know. That's why I thought I'd try and trade them
  13. I never thought of the pipe foam. The speakers sit out almost 1.5 inches because of the trim. I guess I could try it as long as there is a good seal. Yes I agree with the size of the room is kinda small AND the crossovers need updated badly. With the couch and stereo rack it would be tight.
  14. I regretfully have to get rid of my vintage 1965 Klipschorn speakers. The only reason I am not keeping them is because I bought a new house and I don’t think I can make these beautiful sounding speakers fit. The house is well over 120 years old and the trim is the deal breaker. It literally kills me to let these go. I’ve owned them longer than any speaker and I had hoped to pass them to my son (he’s 15). The serial numbers are 2D162 and 2D169 and they are model K-B-WO. I bought them from the original owner. He got them from his wife who had been married before and they were her first husband’s speakers. I think he said they got them in St. Louis. They had small dogs and they marked the sides of the grills. I was going to clean them but left them alone because they never really bothered me. The speakers are just how I received them and I’ve don’t nothing to alter their appearance. They are not perfect and have many bumps and bruises but overall they displayed nice in my home. I recently traded for a restored Altec Lansing 345a tube amp which I was planning on pairing up with the Klipschorns. I’d like to trade my speakers for a pair of high efficient speakers of equal value. I would also trade up or down and some items on my want list are: Altec 445 preamp or good tube preamp (from that era). Altec model 19 Cornwalls Any good speakers that pair well with tubes (that doesn’t need a corner to go it) The room dimensions are 12’ x 9 ‘. If I can swing it I may be able to put them in a larger 16’ x 10’6 room. I listen to Jazz and Blues to Death and Black Metal and everything in between. I also have a Sansui AU9500 and a Marantz 2226b that I will be swapping in and out. I realize this is a long post but I never intended on selling these and wanted to be a clear and thorough as I can be. If you’re interested pm me and I can send lots of pictures and we can talk.
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