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  1. I got these a few months ago and had them completely tuned up, DeOxit, new caps, new transformers, basically all new electrolytics, and a total overhaul. They function perfectly, no hum, everything to spec, controls work flawlessly. All knobs and switches are original and they still have the original rubber feet (which are known to come off). The cages and chassis are in really good condition, minor fading on the cages and some small nicks on the chassis’s. Each crossover has two 12ax7 tubes, one 6x4 rectifier tube and one 54-40 power transformer. I also have the original manual from 1956. I have about a grand into them so far, but am willing to hear offers for less.
  2. How much do you think a pair of HeathKit xo-1 monoblock crossovers should go for? They have been rebuilt (all new electrolytics) by steamboat ampwerks in Houston TX. Debating selling them but don’t even know what they are worth. I’ve seen them going from $275 all the way up to $750 for one, and that’s just too much of a variation in price for me. What’s your opinion? Aesthetically they are 8/10 with no rust and some minor nicks and scratches. They look great for being over 50years old imo.
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