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Old 29th July 2009, 04:58 AM   #1
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Default rFonken R & D mules with FE127eN

These are our R&D mules for the development of a replacement baffle for the Parts Express 1/2 ft^3 curved cabinet.

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The FE127eN in these were new stock when installed. They have 300-400 hours esimated on them since installation.

You'll have to finish the baffles yourself. (and we recommend they get glued in place once done)

Comes with the stock grills, and the original baffles if you want them. The long gestation of this project led to the loss of one of the original set of allen bolts (4mm), so using the magnetically attached grills will require a bit of fiddling.

There is a small amount of surface damage to one of the cabinets.

$350 USD + postage.

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I still have these. Baffles have been glued in place already for a small increase in performance.

Price dropped to $275 + postage

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