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SOLD: Volti Audio Belle V-Trac top section assemblies

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Pair of Volti Audio Belle top section assemblies.  Comprised of the V-Trac squawker with BMS 4592ND Mid. driver, and Beyma CP-25 tweeter.  This is a Volti (Greg Roberts)  built assembly, not DIY.   A direct replacement for the factory assembly.  No modification of the original Belle tophat is required for installation.  Current new pricing is a touch over $2500.  These are minty,  SOLD    .  Located near KC..

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Someone buy these. The BMS mids alone will damn near cost you that.

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Wow, I have three of these and they are great. I expect fast action especially from the relatively new Belle owners I have seen here lately. Grab'm guys!

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I have a pair of these and absolutely love them. You can recoup much of the cost by selling the parts you replace. Belles sound great they way they are, but these take them to another level. GLWS

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I bot these from Greg and outfitted with bms 4591 and jbl 2404's and the combo is beyond any $1,200.00 you could spend on any other speaker or belle upgrade.

 

if you have stock belle's, think about getting off your OEM viewpoint and buy these. Your ears will ultimately excuse your OEM righteousness.

 

OP, Good luck with your sale.  You have sold low.  Good for you.

 

I'm tempted to buy and then re-sell with my 4591's in the setup and keep the 4592 mids.  But, that would certainly violate the spirit of the offer.

 

Great deal here.

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Zim,

do you need to change the network from the stock AA?  I'm curious as to why you are selling these, did you ever install them?

 

Thanks,

Darrell

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Stock AA would not work well.  The mid needs to be attenuated about 12 db and the high needs a couple shaved off as well.  

The AA could be recapped with new values and connections changed on the autoformer to adjust the mids.   ALK engineering builds a separate tweeter attenuater and crossovers that are fully adjustable.   I'd say talk to Deang if he was building any more.   I wonder if Al would be willing to do the Super AA upgrade with changed values to give you the proper attenuation?  Hmmm.... I'm guessing he'd rather sell you one of his other networks but it would be interesting to know.  

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25 minutes ago, lighting guy said:

Zim,

do you need to change the network from the stock AA?  

 

Thanks,

Darrell

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Dang it. Too much on my plate. Have to restore a Marantz, get new crossovers and now these. I'm ALMOST tempted to put off my Marantz 2500 restore. Grrrr. .

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An excellent upgrade that went quick. Best wishes to whomever they went to. BTW Zim, why did you sell them?

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4 minutes ago, babadono said:

An excellent upgrade that went quick. Best wishes to whomever they went to. BTW Zim, why did you sell them?

I need to thin the herd on my small speakers.   I felt best to put the original components in the Belles (sale pending) and sell the mods. separately.   I pickup up this package very reasonably and tried to pass a good portion of the deal to another member

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Somewhere between the payment being made and shipping taking place the buyer has changed his mind and asked for the sale to be nullified.   These are back on the market.

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Anyone who has Cornscalas or Cornwalls can mount these on top of the cabinet and use what they already have as bass cabinets.

Your xover would need to have the ability to attenuate the midrange. If not ALK universal or Dean's SuperX would do the trick.

 

This is what i did with my Cornscalas. Wont win any beauty contest thou.

 

They only thing left of the the original Crites Cornsacala is the cabinet and woofer.

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18 hours ago, Gregg357 said:

I'm tempted to buy and then re-sell with my 4591's in the setup and keep the 4592 mids.  But, that would certainly violate the spirit of the offer.

 

While I certainly appreciate this thought, I carry no expectations on what the buyer does with these.  

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