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  1. There's a pair for sale on ebay right now for those interested.... :)
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    LST Pictures

    your e-mail server rejected my e-mail reply to you
  3. E-mail me for pictures of speaker number 2....I am over the size limit on them, since I went high quality...(new camera) the kids broke the old one during christmas..
  4. ignag

    LST Pictures

    Ok folks, I am never going to have time to restore these...so y'all get first dibs. I have NOT broken the seals in back, per the advice of many on here. Nor have I powered them up. For sure new surrounds are needed, as well as refinishing if someone is all about aesthetics. The grill panels are readily available on E-bay. These are original, one owner, out of a studio. I am posting pics of one speaker at a time because of space restrictions on here. Let me know your offer if interested, as I will post on E-bay within a few days if no serious offers result. Thanks. And oh yeah....I am in Austin TX...and these babies are HEAVY!!! Shipping is your cost to bear. The good news is a get a great discount on shipping, and will pass it on to you. It wiil be 2nd day air, so you will have them in a jiffy. Sale is "as is". No refunds or exchanges. The pictures go like this: First drivers are the right side, (you looking at the unit). Second are the left side, and lastly the woofer dept. I will ship in an anvil case if the price is decent....if not, an additional $100 will be added for the case. Speaker 2 pics will be posted tonight. P.S> I am not going to get into squabbling matches about condition, what they are really worth, etc...you guys are the experts...you know what they go for, and you know what restoration entails....duh. I'll just post on Ebay if it gets nasty...I don't care. These are highly prized in Southeast Asia. Speaker 2 has a serial number....sorry about speaker one...age and moving took its toll. Maybe it's stamped inside....that's how we do it at my company.
  5. ignag

    WANT AR LSTs

    I have a pair....need refoaming and refinishing...thse are LST's NOT LST2's. ANd I am not going to give them away....
  6. ignag

    WANT AR LSTs

    I have a pair....need refoaming and refinishing...thse are LST's NOT LST2's. ANd I am not going to give them away....
  7. ignag

    Avid 103

    Yes, I still have it....I am in Austin TX
  8. ignag

    LST's and Avid 103

    Thanks Tom, you guys certainly know your stuff. I don't have anything that will push these, and it seems the correct amp pairing is very important....so I am going to sell them. I do not have the money to buy high dollar Macintosh amps. I would refurb them myself, but it seems unfair to do so since there seems to be varying opinions on cap types amongst you guys...at least I found this place and didn't strip them down for woofers.
  9. ignag

    LST's and Avid 103

    I responded via regular e-mail....Thanks,
  10. ignag

    Avid 103

    I have a single AVID 103 unit in very good shape, still has warranty card attached on back. Make me an offer.
  11. ignag

    LST's and Avid 103

    Point well taken Mr Sound. I am glad I found this place. I have a friend way down in town that is a serious audiophile. My plan is bring these to him to determine what drivers are operational. Recapping, pot cleaning, and such is no problem for me, since I have done many amplifiers in my day. Refoaming looks easy as well. My units have all of the badges and such, but new fabric would dress them up a tad. Time is the inhibitor...I think I would prefer to sell them right here to someone in this group who would have a sincere appreciation for the product, than throw it out to the masses on e-bay. I'll chew on whether selling "as-is" or going through a restoration process would yield better results, but my initial thought is that a serious audiophile would be a better restoration candidate than I, since he/she would be able to tailor their cap preferences and finishing techniques to their own particular tastes.
  12. ignag

    Avid 103

    I have a single AVID 103 unit in very good shape, still has warranty card attached on back. Make me an offer.
  13. ignag

    LST's and Avid 103

    I think stripping them would be an injustice... I liken it to stripping a '57 stratocaster for just a body. Think I should spruce them up? I am not a sound engineer, but I am an engineer..I could put some time into them and make them spiffy.
  14. ignag

    LST's and Avid 103

    Ok...I am new.....not a stereo junkie, but I picked up a set of LST's and a single Avid 103 out of a sound studio, to strip the woofers out of to use in my son's speaker cabinets for his electric bass. But it seems wrong to do that now, after reading some posts on here. I have some powerful PA amps that I am sure would drive these things, but would it be safe? Would anyone be interested in trading some music equipment for them, or maybe buy them? I really don't care, because I am trying to figure out how to post pictures, and will do so. The woofers need new foam for sure, and I think rubber would do better than the foamy stuff. Otherwise they are in pretty good physical condition for old units like this. Anyways....just looking for advice, or I guess I will just strip them down....dunno...
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