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Old 10th May 2011, 01:32 PM   #1
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Default BNIB Eminence 3015LF...

I was impatient and ordered two 3015lf's for a project i was doing, because the first one didn't come fast enough. After the project was completed, I still didn't get the second 3015lf, until yesterday. So here it is, BNIB opened for a pic, never seen power.

$220 shipped is what I paid, so thats what i want back for it. That's shipped within the 48 US states, I am willing to ship elsewhere as long as shipping is covered. Sooo, anyone interested?

paypal accepted, if you send paypal send as a gift so I don't get charged the fee.

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pm me or email right to my phone, berbs007@yahoo.com

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Old 10th May 2011, 02:19 PM   #2
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Just so everyone knows, there was a hugee price increase on these, the cheapest online is now $240 shipped, and from somewhere like B&H or Parts express it is $315!!
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Old 10th May 2011, 07:52 PM   #3
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There might be confusion from the story about the two speakers, but I am only selling one (1) eminence 3015lf.

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Old 25th May 2011, 11:33 PM   #4
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GLWS!
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Old 26th May 2011, 03:30 AM   #5
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Thanks but i got bored and made an ss15 for it lol sooo the speaker is now in an ss15!!
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Old 26th May 2011, 03:47 AM   #6
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Even better! How many of those do you have now? What part of the states are you in?
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Old 26th May 2011, 03:56 AM   #7
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I only have two. well one is just a sub and it's 50lbs like its suppsoed to be. the other houses an entire amp rack, wiring, cooling fans and pioneer head unit which is all used as part of my beach radio project.

i did, however, add the second cabinet to the beach radio today for listening purposes and it really does add a lot to the lower end, and that's with only 600rms, or 300rms per cabinet. soooo with 1kw each im sure these things would make some noise!!

my dilemma now is that i kind of want to use the second cabient for the beach radio....but its just that much more stuff to carry/travel with...so i think i'm just going to sell the second ss15

here is a quick pic
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and here is my beach radio well here it is with the second (black) ss15....it's only supposed to have one hehe
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im in lower NY by the way...near NYC area
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Old 26th May 2011, 04:19 AM   #8
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Whoa, check that cooler out! Where at the beach do you plug that thing in? Power inverter from a Jeep cig lighter socket?? :P

Have you done any research as to what all that (1000W) would do to a 3015LF that's only rated at 450W? I know there's a bit of either thermal or mechanical compression to factor in.. (~3db's worth, IIRC)..

Yeah, there's a big compromise to be made. Outdoor @ the beach - one SS15 should still sound better than any other boombox
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Old 26th May 2011, 01:13 PM   #9
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It's all 12V powered. Two deka 904d batteries and a small solar panel to trickle charge them. The larger solar panel (in the pic) directly feeds two cooling fans to constantly circulate air across the top of the heat sinks on the amps, and that way the fans don't draw any power from the batteries. Class D Alpine pdx amps. 4.100 for the tops and 600.1 for the sub. a pioneer cd/usb head unit controls everything. Cool little setup!
Yes it will undoubtedly be the loudest radio on the beach, can't wait for a nice day here!!

I haven't actually tried the 1kw into the ss15, i do have an xti 4000 sitting here that i could try it with, but haven't had time to set up the crossover slopes, limiters etc etc. im sure with the right setup the driver would be able to handle the 1000w rms from the amp with music....i'm not talking about sin waves through it at 20hz

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Old 26th May 2011, 09:11 PM   #10
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Oh sweet - solar stuff! Nice little setup indeed - let us know how she turns out on your first nice day at the beach

I just recently hooked my laptop to my XTi the other week - System Architect is a pretty cool tool. You're not using any other xover/eq aside from what's inside the XTi, I take it..?

Yeah, I knew you weren't talkin 20Hz sines :P Just be careful with power - from what I hear, neodymium magnets don't like a whole lotta heat.
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