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15 hours ago, DizRotus said:

Depending on what arrives withe Frankensmurfs I just bought, and what @ClaudeJ1 has lying around, I might be interested in them for the Super Heresys I'm building.  If you sell the, first, that's good for you. I'll check back.

I also have a set of B crossovers sitting idle if you get stuck if he sells before you find out.

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2 hours ago, ajoker2c said:

I also have a set of B crossovers sitting idle if you get stuck if he sells before you find out.

 

I'll meet you in Windsor.  Oh wait, I still need to get my enhanced driver's license, now that my passport is current.  I miss the days when a quick trip to the Windsor  Ballet required only a driver's license.

 

Seriously, thanks for the offer.  I'll let you know.  The F'smurfs are due any moment.

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20 hours ago, DizRotus said:

 

I'll meet you in Windsor.  Oh wait, I still need to get my enhanced driver's license, now that my passport is current.  I miss the days when a quick trip to the Windsor  Ballet required only a driver's license.

 

Seriously, thanks for the offer.  I'll let you know.  The F'smurfs are due any moment.

here's mine. ... they were working fine when replaced with Bobs new ones.

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20 hours ago, muel said:

You might try a better picture of the pair but I think 100 shipped is a fair price.  These could be recapped and converted to B2 networks cheap and easy.   You couldn't build these from scratch for a 100 bucks.

They would be a bit more than 100 bucks, but scrap 3/4 plywood is free, 2 uF film capacitors from Parts Express are cheap, an iron core, 2.5 mH choke is not that bad, and the connector strip is really not needed if you solder everything. The biggest expense would be Bob Crites Autoformers, which have a desirable 1 db incremental drop, as opposed to a relatively crude 3 db drop from a Klipsch T2A. Plus all components would be brand new. Just sayin'.

 

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40 minutes ago, ClaudeJ1 said:

They would be a bit more than 100 bucks, but scrap 3/4 plywood is free, 2 uF film capacitors from Parts Express are cheap, an iron core, 2.5 mH choke is not that bad, and the connector strip is really not needed if you solder everything. The biggest expense would be Bob Crites Autoformers, which have a desirable 1 db incremental drop, as opposed to a relatively crude 3 db drop from a Klipsch T2A. Plus all components would be brand new. Just sayin'.

 

 

Fair enough, thats why I say make a offer... also including shipping which is not cheap. 

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