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Old 14th May 2012, 03:00 AM   #1
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Hey guys, just got a few vintage items from the local garage sale event today... which include a pair of early '70 Wharfedale Linton 2 bookshelve speakers. They are 2 way accoustic suppension type with 8" ruber surround.
I haven't hook them up yet but curious anyone here have any experience with them. They are in near mint condition. I will hook them up with the Realistic SA-1500 integreted amp which I also got at the bargain sale for 10 bucks(CAN)...they are heavy little s**ker. I am not sure if they would goes well together,,,

So gentlement... Any infos on these would be very much appreciated...
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