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Old 21st December 2010, 09:34 AM   #1
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Default FOR SALE - Fostex Back Horn Cabinets !

For sale Fostex BACK Horn cabinets !

With Fostes FE166 in it, but most of 6.5" can fit in it !

Horn project come from: The Less-Compromised Horn Project

Made of MDF board, finished with Cherry Veneer and finished with satin Polyurethane fnish ...

Tweeters are not included in this sale, also you can buy cabinets only - without Fostex drivers!

Speakers are located in GERMANY and they are for PICK-UP ONLY [too big and too heavy for shipping]



Serious offers please !


Here is photos of build while i was on Florida:

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Old 21st December 2010, 09:45 AM   #2
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Hi, where in Germany are you located? Do you have a price in mind?
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Old 21st December 2010, 09:49 AM   #3
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I ma located in Schweinfurt ZIP code 97421 !

Im looking for Best Offer ...
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Nice work...
O.T.: nice tt's also, a rare Kenwood?

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Old 22nd December 2010, 08:09 AM   #5
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Nice work...
O.T.: nice tt's also, a rare Kenwood?

Arne K
Ur right, is Vintage Kenwood KP-07 tt japan only model, OEM Micro Seiki ...

Right next to J. A. Michel Focus ONE [sold due to too high price for 110v Crozet motor] ...
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Do you have some CAD type drawings/plans available for these? I would love to build my own pair! Very nice job! How many hours did these take to build?
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Do you have some CAD type drawings/plans available for these? I would love to build my own pair! Very nice job! How many hours did these take to build?
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Yes, i have a plan i draw by my self ... I took me a couple months to build, cuz i dont have a wood shop and i was limited with tools too ...

Anyway, it was worth :-)

Give me email, and will send you a PDF with drawings ...
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Yes, i have a plan i draw by my self ... I took me a couple months to build, cuz i dont have a wood shop and i was limited with tools too ...

Anyway, it was worth :-)

Give me email, and will send you a PDF with drawings ...


Limited tools and no workshop...we are not worthy....
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Email sent with my email......many thanks!
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Old 23rd December 2010, 08:23 AM   #10
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Email sent with my email......many thanks!
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Building plan and instructions posted here:

Fostex BackLoaded Horn design - also for sale As We Speak !!!

Good luck with Your build :-)
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