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  1. It's a deal. And sometimes small is just right.
  2. Love stinks! I oiled up the Bells and lint brushed the grill clothes, and stared moon-eyed at them for a few days . . . and now I don't think I want to sell them!!! At the very least, I'm going to hold off posting them for real for a while. Seriously, probably cheaper to own race horses, but there you have it. Thanks everyone for the communication. Very helpful. If I ever find out that these Belles have been cheating on me, they are going right on the damned market!
  3. BadChile, I understand completely. No problem on my end. They ARE largish pieces of furniture, though very pretty. Thanks for your help with this. I'll post them beginning of next week in an official For Sale post. Great meeting you and many thanks again. You and Mark are both a credit to the Forum!
  4. Thanks for the interest, Mark. As we agreed, without an A/B test its a difficult decision. I'll wait a couple of days and post them in a separate post for sale. (You might change your mind yet!) Nice meeting you remotely.
  5. Many thanks, BadChile. Appreciate the help. I think I finally figured it out and like so many other things in life I was making more out of it than I needed. Story of my life! Dom
  6. Hey, Belles 1977, all original, cabinets in very good shape. $2,700
  7. Thanks, That's exactly what I was worried about.
  8. Know the area well. My family lived in Granby for years. Here's a little blurb I wrote up about the speakers before I got side-tracked by the photo issue. Happy to talk and of course share photos. For a fellow Cter, happy to discuss pricing. Near-Excellent condition with the exception of small piece of veneer missing on the front edge of one and a very small piece missing on the rear edge of the other. They could be easily repaired by someone with more carpentry/veneering skills than myself (none whatsoever). Serial numbers are 1R979 and 1R980, which I believe makes them built in 1977. All original including AA crossovers. Sound is big and beautiful. No longer have the room in new place. I am located in mid-coast Maine, but willing to drive them down to Boston, or anywhere else approximately a 4 hour ride from here, for pick-up. Happy to PM more photos. Asking $2,700.
  9. Near-Excellent condition with the exception of small piece of veneer missing on the front edge of one and a very small piece missing on the rear edge of the other. They could be easily repaired by someone with more carpentry/veneering skills than myself (none whatsoever). Serial numbers are 1R979 and 1R980, which I believe makes them built in 1977. All original including AA crossovers. Sound is big and beautiful. No longer have the room in new place. I am located in mid-coast Maine, but willing to drive them down to Boston, or anywhere else approximately a 4 hour ride from here, for pick-up. Happy to PM more photos. Asking $2,700.
  10. Might be time to do some pre-emptive buttering up before the topic is even raised! Small, thoughtful gifts help. About a week before you have the "Say, hon, there's this set of speakers . . . "
  11. It does it to us all!!!! Been there. LOL
  12. Where in CT? I grew up in CT. Hartford then out to Litchfield area.
  13. I'm in mid-coast Maine, about 2 hours north of Portland ME and 4 hours north of Boston. I figured I'd volunteer to drive them to Boston or any other place within about 4 hour drive time for pick-up.
  14. Thanks. They're really nice. All original and in great shape, but for one piece of missing veneer on front strip about 3/4" long. Was going to try to fix it myself, but don't have the skills or the tools, so I'll take a small hit price wise on that point. I get it. Also one small veneer piece missing along back edge of other speaker. Not really very noticeable. Otherwise they look and sound great. They are 1977s with AB crossovers. Grill cloths all excellent. Finish is a mellow oil over walnut. Hate to see them go, but new apartment simply way too small for them. Sound big and beautiful. Thanks.
  15. I'm a little surprised it's as funky to do as it is. That said, I have no idea what size they need to be to display properly on the Forum. Couldn't find any guidance on the Forum at all. Thanks. I'll get it eat some point.
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