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Old 16th February 2009, 04:56 PM   #1
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Default help me identify this 12" FR

seller says are Italian - cosmetically they will arrive altered as seller added holes for US bolt pattern :^( - -i"ll guess qt will be ~0.7 and fs around 60 (?)
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Any numbers on the magnet... basket looks more british than US/Canada or Japanese. Surround looks more british, or US/Canada than Japanese.

picture of the dustcap? Do you know what it came out of?

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they're not yet in my hands ----seller called them "BBC" and says theres no markings other than a cone number 412592 - - - did Richard Allen make anything like this?
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- - - did Richard Allen make anything like this?
I've not seen enuff RAs to comment.

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thanks Dave - looks like thick magnet plates
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just holding in hand and playing some Louis Jordan on cd =-small spider - some "gargle" modulation, qts ~0.72->0.83, (qms near 11) fs 93->000 , Le 0.27->0.3 - might make ok open baffle mid-lower high - don't think it has the highs of UC122 - do series networks work well in helper woofer situations?
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it has an open screen dust-cover - pole piece looks ~1.5"
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