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  1. Does anyone have a single all original Kd-RB ( raw birch decorator ) for sale? A 1979 model has become available but I don’t want a single so I’m looking for another. I am in 71901 but don’t mind a road trip. Thanks
  2. I saw it listed as well ....disappeared before the sale officially started.
  3. I agree with crunchman and appreciate his warning. Underhanded to use someone’s photos.....unethical as well.
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    it is the 36” variety. I had room for the big boy so it was an easy choice. Really enjoying playing around with the setup. Pleased so far
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    Well, picked the sub up this morning and just finished my first listening....Santana....wow! The builder is a superb craftsman and an audiophile which is a great combination. He is also meticulous and honest so I am very pleased. Will dial in setup as time passes but first impression is impressive..it blends in well without overpowering. Gonna enjoy this awhile!
  6. I just learned about this yesterday and have read the whole thread.....sounds like a blast. Please put me down as an attendee. I will bring a Bill Fitzmaurice THLPT subwoofer (36” variety with a 15” inch driver) if there is interest. Also could bring a nice Knight KG250 integrated tube amp to sell or trade. Can’t wait!
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    Hi pbphoto....thanks for your answer. I will purchase a nice y-RCA to use...should have just taken the SA100 manual at face value. Still excited about receiving the subwoofer!
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    So, do I use a single RCA or a Y RCA. I think a single RCA from McIntosh sub out to the SA100 left in is correct but I am not 100% sure. Just being extra careful!
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    Jason.....I appreciate the manner in which you phrase the financial aspect of things...very considerate. I’m blessed that the cost is not a factor in this case. However, the DSP strikes me as the proverbial black box device even though I understand the science. But, I have followed your postings for some time now and you just don’t post bs or even marginal bs! So I still may follow your recommendation after playing around with what I have...likely just tune to my liking with a nice vintage Pioneer 12 band equalizer (SG 9800). Thanks.....Wm
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    Aaahhh..ok. I bought the SA100 a couple of years ago but have never opened the package. Too late to return but a reasonable candidate for resale. Never messed with a DSP but maybe it is time. Are we talking a minor tweak or does a DSP move the dial?
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    Hello.....I am a couple of weeks away from receiving my Bill Fitzmaurice THLPT which is being built. It is a 36” cabinet with a 15” Dayton Audio RSS39HF-4 (15”) driver. It will be matched up with a McIntosh MA 252 integrated amp, a pair of industrial Klipsch LaScalas and a Dayton Audio SA100 plate subwoofer amp. I am getting pretty excited! My question is this.....should I connect the MA252 to the SA100 with a single RCA cable or do I need a split RCA cable. Of course I want to use the entire wattage produced by the SA100 and I read conflicting advice on how to achieve this. PS....the THLPT is beautiful and I will post pictures upon receipt. Thanks......Wm
  12. Did this tube amp come out of? I saw it last night in a Mississippi juke joint where it was on display with a bunch of Delta artifacts. Maybe a large organ???
  13. Kinda surprised but I have only received a few inquiries and only one seemed serious....I figure it is a very small niche market for Fraziers I do have an opportunity to give them to an audiophile who recognizes the uniqueness....in trade he will build a custom subwoofer for me. So, they are just about gone........
  14. I have a pair of vintage Frazier Symphonetta loudspeakers for sale. They have consecutive serial numbers but they are completely different designs....one is a transmission line (similar to a folded horn) and the other has Hemholtz slots. I figure there were actually mono loudspeakers but sold as a pair right at a design change....makes them exceedingly rare. The cabinets and grills are in wonderful original condition. I think the drivers are original but I replaced the caps with some from Crites. I play these with a vintage Knight integrated amp and it sounds sweet. These belong in a Frazier museum if there was one! Please send me a message if you are interested
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