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Heathkit AS 101 (aka  Altec Lansing Valencia)
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Old 2nd April 2003, 05:05 PM   #1
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Default Heathkit AS 101 (aka Altec Lansing Valencia)

I have a pair of Heathkit AS101 speakers. These speakers are Altec Lansing Valencia's the Heathkit sold in the 1970's in kit form. I understand that Altec had several versions of the Valencia. Does anyone know which version was sold as the Heathkit AS101?

Each speaker is 30" high, 27" wide and 20" deep, and weighs 120 pounds. They have a 15" woofer and an 800 Hertz horn.

Thanks, Rolf Dekleer
rolf.dekleer@growthworks.ca
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