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Old 8th June 2010, 03:43 PM   #1
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Hi my name is Andre, i have been an Acoustat owner for more than 25 years, i have a few friends all owners of Acoustat's 1+1s - 2+2s - 2s - 3s - 4s - Spectra 22s - Spectra 33s - and our mentor who owns the king of all Acoustat's the Spectra 6600s all of us are in Quebec Canada, here are a few pictures.

The first three are my modified 1+1s

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These two are my friend and mentor Jocelyn's Spectra 6600s


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Old 8th June 2010, 07:06 PM   #2
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Sweet and quite possibly one of the best sounding ESL's ever made!!! ( 6600)
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Old 9th June 2010, 12:51 AM   #3
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Chris here in Ohio.
I have a complete set of Model 3 with original 121 transformers. I also have a full set of Model 4 panels and blue medallion 121 transformers from a disassembled pair. In addition I have four more 9" panels which are 5 wire type from a pair of 1+1 but no trans. for those. The 5 wire do not appear to be a segmented spectra type panel and I'm not familiar with how those are wired. So what are the panel widths and wiring scheme of the panels in a Spectra 6600? Do I have the panels to do a Spectra 6600? How about transformer scheme?
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Chris here in Ohio.
I have a complete set of Model 3 with original 121 transformers. I also have a full set of Model 4 panels and blue medallion 121 transformers from a disassembled pair. In addition I have four more 9" panels which are 5 wire type from a pair of 1+1 but no trans. for those. The 5 wire do not appear to be a segmented spectra type panel and I'm not familiar with how those are wired. So what are the panel widths and wiring scheme of the panels in a Spectra 6600? Do I have the panels to do a Spectra 6600? How about transformer scheme?
Hi Chris send me your e-mail address and i will put you in contact with my friend Jocelyn he's the guy here that does all the mods and when i say all the mods i mean ALL it only depends on what YOU want here is my address

mracoustat@videotron.ca
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