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Old 15th October 2010, 10:09 PM   #1
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Default CSS EL 70 pr for sale. $70

I have a pair of CSS EL 70 speakers
for sale,mounted and played for 1 hour
absolutely like brand new,comes with
extra set of screws black phillips style
I would not use the hex head that they came with.
great sounding little speakers.
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They sound even better after 200-300 hrs

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Old 16th October 2010, 12:45 PM   #3
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Hey Dave
I just gave these a quick try on OB suprisingly good
but I am spoiled by the big sound of my Silver Iris.

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Old 16th October 2010, 06:16 PM   #4
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Sold.
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am spoiled by the big sound of my Silver Iris.
The big sound can be appealing to some, i find the lack of midrange definition, and the 15" operating with a huge number of breakup mods not at all to my liking. The only OB speaker i've heard that sounded boxy because the 15s break-up modes kept drawing attention to the speaker. I'd take a set of Mar-Kels over them any day.

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The big sound can be appealing to some, i find the lack of midrange definition, and the 15" operating with a huge number of breakup mods not at all to my liking. The only OB speaker i've heard that sounded boxy because the 15s break-up modes kept drawing attention to the speaker. I'd take a set of Mar-Kels over them any day.

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The SIs were a big hit with a lot of people at the 2009 diyFEST where they were playing outdoors... just shows we all have things we prioritize in our sound.

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The SIs were a big hit with a lot of people at the 2009 diyFEST where they were playing outdoors... just shows we all have things we prioritize in our sound.

dave
Agreed,
They tend to suit me fine.
I have been thru about every full range driver out there
and almost every enclosure.
the Saburos with 126e where very nice.
just to heavy & awkward to move from in front of
movie screen very often,
I must say that for me old model fe207 in voight pipe
where the best mids I have ever gotten with full range units.

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