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  1. Hi there, I am looking to replace the male end of this speaker cable. I have had both male and female ends tested and it appears that there is a short circuiting issue with the male end. It is an amp to speaker cable from an early 1960’s Astor Audiophinic Turntable/radio. I have contacted/visited a number of the classic electronics stores in my local area, however the one guy who had a male end of this cable could not identify the name of the cable and was reluctant to sell it to me because they don’t come round often. Please help! Sean. Melbourne, Australia
  2. FlorianGypser

    RAMSA WS-36

    stumbled over theses speakers wondering if you know whether they are worth restoring?
  3. JBL L300 summit Monitor Speakers $3.400 the speakers are in original good condition.With original cone and voice coils or diaphragms. Play great music Please take a good look for all pictures. They are the home version of the classic 4333 studio monitor used in many recording studios in the eighties. Considered to be the pinnacle of classic JBL designs, the L300 is legendary in the audiophile community, with it's large volume cabinet and 136A 15" woofer, LE85 horn midrange, and 077 ring tweeter. These are outstanding sounding speakers producing sweet highs, smooth realistic midrange, and very strong and accurate bass with very little wattage required. Type: 3 way, 3 driver loudspeaker system Power Handling: 150W Crossover Frequency: 800, 8500Hz Impedance: 8O Sensitivity: 80dB Bass: 1 x 380mm Midrange: 1 x 25mm compression Tweeter: 79 x 18mm horn loaded Grille: blue, black, brown, camel Finish: oiled walnut Dimensions: 800 x 580 x 570mm Weight: 66kg karlhovel@gmail.com
  4. Here to find a list of amazing Bluetooth speaker loud and plays music perfectly. They are all under $50 and 5 stars recommended. Check the following list out! 1. RIF6 Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker with 12 Hour Playtime; Rechargeable Mini Speaker with Built-in Mic for iPhone, iPad, iPod, Laptop and More 2. Bluetooth Speaker, Spigen Wireless Speaker Bluetooth 4.1 [Exclusive Premium] Portable Audio Speaker 5W Output Power, Built in Microphone for Hands-free Phone Call & Micro SD Card Capability (Gunmetal) 3. iNACU NFC enabled easy Pairing Wireless Waterproof IPX5 Portable Bluetooth Speaker 5Wx2 18 cores HiFi Aluminum Durable Uni-Body 1800mAh 8-12 Hrs Handsfree call with noise cancellation 4. IP67 Waterproof Speakers, Aolaifo Bluetooth 4.1 Speaker, Wireless Bluetooth Speaker for iPhone, Android & iPod - Sandproof & Shockproof Portable Speaker with Card Reader and Aux 5. Selectec Bluetooth Speaker Player Wireless Stereo Lossless Hi-Fi Audio Bluetooth Receiver How do you like it?
  5. audiochat

    Loving the unloved!

    A couple of months ego I got a pair of AR-16 loudspeakers,made in Sydney Australia under license from AR. They were in a very bad condition,foam surround on both woofers completely gone,cabinet veneer cracked & separated at the seems ,very neglected & unloved. I tried Google for some info. but there wasn't much there.I turned to the classic speaker pages & got some positive & some negative comments .But on the whole not much discussions. To cut a long story short, I managed ( I believe) to bring those speakers back to their original (new condition) with the help of some knowledgeable speaker builder.(New Mundorf bipolar caps of same value as the originals + Mox resistors ).The foam surrounds were professionally done at some expense & the cabinets were refurbished beautifully with Howard restore-a-finish & feed wax something... When I removed the woofers to have them re-foamed,I was surprised & pleased to see a substantial crossover with at least 7 or 8 components of reasonable quality & also noticed black writing on the X'over that says (AR-16 mk2).I did not know that they made mk1 & mk2 ar-16! Anyhow,how did they sound after all this work you may ask. Driven by a fully refurbished stock Dynaco st.70 valve power amp.+ luxman cl32 valve pre-amp.+ Cambridge audio azure 740c cd player,the sound is neutral, pleasant and maybe accurate albeit a touch light on the bass. Pushing the speakers against the wall seems to generate a bit more bass.( Also, tweeter roll off position selected at the back). The thing that I don't understand is why so much fuss about the AR 4x when the AR-16 sounds (to my ears at least) so much better! Clearer,more extended treble , excellent mid-range & useful bass,in general more focus & more details. No muddy bass & muted highs that I used to get from the very popular ar4x. Although the 4x has a nicer cabinet! I must say I'm beginning to appreciate & like the sound those (unloved & underrated) loudspeakers make. I would like to hear the views of members who used the AR -16 at some stage. before after
  6. I bought these from a BAS member a long, long time ago and have been using them continuously since until I moved this past November. I replaced a mid-range about 6 years ago via the group that was selling Allison parts in Lexington, KY at the time. Otherwise, they have not been serviced. They are now under plastic awaiting a new owner. I live in the Chicago area. $400.
  7. I bought these from Waltham Camera forever ago. They were used continuously until this past October when I moved. I believer they are in perfect working condition, but I have not "blasted" them for a long time, so who knows. They have never been refurbed in any way. I live in the Chicago area. $150.
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