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Old 5th March 2008, 07:52 PM   #1
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Default 15" Volt Radials R3803 60 each, Seas DXT waveguide tweeters, 500VA Toroids

Hey chaps.

I'm a sucker for drivers and bought these on impulse and very shortly afterwards realised that I had no pressing need that would be suited. Ah well, I got to look at 'em anyway

I bought them off ebay and got a real bargain at 60 each. These drivers are around 250 new. I'm not looking to profit from this so will ask a straight 60 + postage.

Condition is good overall, some spot marks on the the baskets(see photos) but apart from this cosmetic issue the rest is good.

I don't have T/S specs unfortunately. I've emailed Volt who might reply with the goods. If not then you'll need to measure the drivers yourself or get someone to do it for you. Knowing Volt you will need a vented cabinet of some description for best results. Might work well as OB bass/mids.

Edit: Received reply back from Volt confirming TS specs are identical to the 3813(see post #13 for more details):

http://www.voltloudspeakers.co.uk/Lo...ody_r3813.html

I do know these are described as pro-audio/studio drivers with a high 99dB sensitivity and intended for bass/low mid duty. I've had a couple of the 15" RV3863 Radial subs in the past and the quality is spot on, these will be the same but intended to work higher, harder and louder.

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Seas 27TBCD/GB-DXT Tweeters (pair of)

Bought a couple of weeks ago so these are as new and never mounted. I tested to make sure they worked and had a quick play around but that's it. I've had a change of heart so these aren't needed now.

Datasheet here: http://www.seas.no/images/stories/pr..._datasheet.pdf

Take a look in John Krutke/Zaph Audio recent blog entry for tests and comments on the DXT: http://www.zaphaudio.com/blog.html Check out the harmonic distortion once the waveguide loading is equalised flat with a basic filter - very nice!

60 for the pair now sold

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Toroids 500VA 2x45v secondary, 230v primary

Unused with clean and long lead outs. Includes mounting hardware. Bought from Farnell late last year.

14 each + postage. Will post only within UK. Sold

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Old 6th March 2008, 01:13 AM   #2
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Seems to be a bit of interest from the US.

Shipping to any where in lower 48 states from UK is $220 for both drivers or $140 for a single driver.

Parcel for two drivers = 35kg (43cm cubed)
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Old 7th March 2008, 05:21 PM   #3
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I forgot to mention, I'm willing to look at swaps and such like.

Really looking for small drivers in the <6.5" range but anything considered.
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Old 8th March 2008, 02:52 PM   #4
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Added Seas DXT tweeters & toroids.
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Old 8th March 2008, 03:51 PM   #5
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The current Volt range seems to described at pages including http://www.voltloudspeakers.co.uk/Lo..._pa_range.html

It looks like the R3803 is not in the current line up, although the R3813 and R3823 are. T/S data for the current models is on the site.
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The R3813 are the successor to these apparently. Not sure what's been changed/improved but the TS for the 3813 might be roughly applicable to 3803 for sale here. BTW no word back from Volt on these yet.
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The toroids would be a great match for ACD's LYNX amp
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I may be interested in the toroids, do you know how much 1 of them would weigh so I can see how much postage is?

I'm guessing you have 5 in total, judging by the pic?

EDIT: Also, how many miles do you live from Bristol (roughly)...
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Mike,

Each toroids weighs 4.3kg

I just looked on Farnell and these are selling for 54.95 inc VAT each.

http://uk.farnell.com/9532579/electr...OMP-MCFG500-45

I'm in Chesterfield, here's a map showing Bristol->Chesterfield:

http://www.multimap.com/maps/?&t=l&m...and,%20S41%207
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