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long style Table Tuba.

 

Sold

 

Loaded with RE Audio REX8S4

 

16" wide x 15" deep x 60" long

 

$375

 

Finish it your way or i can finish it any way you like for additional charge.

 

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Used Oak finished Table Tuba, very good condition & little use.

 

Loaded with Dayton DCS255-4

 

34" wide 25" high

 

Looking to trade for Heritage Klipsch or maybe Klipsch pro gear.

 

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I heard the table sub.  Very nice.

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Yamaha CR-640

Please forgive my amateur photo skills.

Very nice condition, just cleaned & lubricated

Taken in on trade late last year & just got around to servicing it.

40 clean watts per channel.

Specs

 

Sold

 

 

 

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For those who are on the fence, the table tuba is a real performer. Compare to my thspud, it was more efficient. Now I didn't give my spud full power. But if all you have is 50-100 watts the table tuba is a nice addition for the price.

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I'm curious about the sound on the Yamaha. The specs look nice. It could be a good match for my JBLs.

 

How is the phono stage on this? 

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I'm curious.......how does one provide power and blending (crossover/volume/phase, etc.) for these? I have a KW-1000-THX amp, would either of these work with that amp?

Thanks.

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I'm curious about the sound on the Yamaha. The specs look nice. It could be a good match for my JBLs.

 

How is the phono stage on this? 

 

Not too familiar with the sound of the phono stage, i spent little time with just to make sure it worked truthfully.

 

From my experience with the amp it has a very nice midrange and neutral highs.

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I'm curious.......how does one provide power and blending (crossover/volume/phase, etc.) for these? I have a KW-1000-THX amp, would either of these work with that amp?

Thanks.

 

The amp will work fine but its way more power than you would need with a horn.

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Any true audiophile would be proud to have one in their collection.

 

Once you hear a horn loaded subwoofer you will never want to go back to anything else.

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Hmmmmmm. I'm quite tempted to try that coffin for $375.

How sweet is it?

 

Dracula wouldl be proud!

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Nice prices on some cool stuff. It looks like you do great wood working.

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The long style Table Tuba is just a raw driver as shown in the bottom picture.

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