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PostPosted: 17 Oct 2011, 20:25 
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These are the famous 6 way 7 speaker made in Japan.Both speaker units work and are completelly original.When I recieved them one of the coils,in the crossovers, had fell down and broke a lead off.Glued and soldered it back into place.Each speaker is rated at 150 watt,8 ohm and can be driven as a unit or three sections independentlly.They probably came out a church some where because the grills are reversable and they remind me of the interior of the church I was married in to my ex-wife.If it wasnt for these things being so heavy I would send them to her as a gag!!

This is a long shot cause these things are monsters!Shipping would cost a fortune so unless you could pick them up here on the east coast,USA it probably aint feasable.$150 bucks each obo...David
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Do you still have the speakers and where in NC are you?


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Yes I still have them.I'm between Fayetteville and Dunn.

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Yes they are!

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