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Old 20th January 2011, 03:00 PM   #1
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Default WTB Old School M&M components or subwoofers (Perhaps O/S RF Drivers)

Any M&M Loudspeaker subwoofers and components. I would prefer the Godfather or Rose series but any and all would be considered! I am currently building an old school system for personal enjoyment and I am hoping to use M&M components along with RF, Orion and possibly some Zapco amps and signal processors.

I may also consider old Rockford Fosgate components. Late 80s early 90s stuff if anyone has any of these they want to sell please contact me with those as well.




Thank you so much for your time!

Steve
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Old 12th February 2011, 01:05 PM   #2
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Still searching for old M&M Electronics gear. Subs, components and amplifiers! Any condition will be considered. Blown amp, missing parts, failed surrounds, burned voice coils. I do not mind rebuilding or repairing so check your closets and basements for any old school M&M Electronics gear and send me a pm or an email to sangellga@gmail.com

Thanks!
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Old 16th February 2011, 04:00 AM   #3
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Do not know what M&M are or o/s rf, but if old school is what you want I have 2001 ACI 12" Sub woofer purchased from Muniscus.

Francis
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Old 16th February 2011, 01:52 PM   #4
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Hello Francis,

M&M Electronics was a loudspeaker company based out of San Francisco, CA. Founded in 1947, the company manufactured hi-fidelity loudspeakers and managed to get into car audio around the early 80s. They are most famous for the subwoofer line for car audio named the "Godfather" series. They also produced car amps in the early 90s but went out of business in the mid 90s. I will post a few photos from my modest collection below.

Also, thank you for your offer but I am really focused on M&M Subwoofers and amplifiers with Rockford Fosgate components and amplifiers for this build. I am also setting a cuttoff of 1993 for all equipment in the build I am working on. Everything has to be 1993 or older.

Some of my M&M gear.

M&M MM250 Amplifier, designed by Steven Mantz of Zed Audio fame. A Rockford Fosgate Punch 45 HD is shown for a comparison.
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A new in box M&M Godfather 15" sub. (I need another of these!)
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I have a NIB pair of these Godfather series 8" subs.

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A set of M&M Godfather 5.25 mids. NIB with original warranty card. Not worth anything but nice to have.
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The last series of sub M&M produced was the "Rose" series. Named after the owner's wife. These are pretty rare. I have 3.
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And finally one of the older subs I have the pre-dates the car audio stuff M&M did. A pair of ribbed 12" M&Ms that have inverted surrounds and were designed for home use. Very articulate sub.
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Still looking for others if these photos remind anyone of something sitting in a closet somewhere. Again I am interested in ANY condition. I do not mind re-storing/rebuilding the M&M stuff.

Regards,
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Old 5th March 2011, 02:13 PM   #5
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I am stil searching people. Please shoot me a PM if you have any M&M Electronics gear you want to part with.

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Old 26th March 2012, 01:47 AM   #6
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I have a couple of godfather and rose subs if your still looking?
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