FISHER VINTAGE SPEAKERS SHOULD I?
Posted 16 December 2002 - 03:35 PM
They were bought out by Sanyo at some point, I don't know if that was the only sale of the company or not.
The tube amps/pre-amps were nice, and I believe they had some quad components also.
They had a real nice warm tone, and good clarity of detail.
Posted 25 August 2002 - 10:08 PM
Posted 03 October 2007 - 07:35 AM
Posted 06 July 2011 - 11:25 PM
i collect fisher speakers and agree that the 60's are the way to go. i have a orphan xp-9 and a pair of xp-10's. they sound like east coast with non screeching high's and warm bass. i would stick with the xp-1 through xp-18. here is my xp-9. dan
Dan, not to intrude, but I've got a pair of XP-9's that have need of attention to the cabinets, but are fine otherwise...just too warm for me, even with my old NatKits tube amp (what can I say...I'm a solid state, Carver kinda guy... ;p )...but I digress. I got them as part of trying to get into the 'old-audio-gear-sales' thing that didn't pan out. Would you like them, and what (if anything) would you be willing to give for them? (I'm hoping to find some 'unobtania' of sorts...an ADC SS3 Paragraphic EQ, as well as a first-gen DBX 3BX, and a pair of good working Carver M400's).
Again, I digress. I've got an ad in Craigslist Oklahoma City that lists all the audio stuff I'm trying to get rid of, if anything floats your boat. I'd rather trade than buy/sell, as the reason I'm gettin' out of the 'business' is that I can't afford it...the money OR the space.
I'm up for trading, any road. Please LMK what you think.
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