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Old 17th August 2011, 02:01 PM   #1
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I came to the conlusion that I will never get around to building boxes for these speakers so I hope somone can get these to enjoy them. The plan was to use these in the Curved Changs. These are a pair of Fostex FE207E drivers. They have been enabled by Dave. They are brand new. I hooked them up once to see if they work when I received them from Dave. If you notice one driver has some cratches on the metal surround. This was done by Dave and not sure what he was trying to do but that will not effect the sound. I will pack these as best I can to keep them safe in shipping. I am asking $250 plus shipping from 61611. I will ship to US and Canada only. Let me know.
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Old 19th August 2011, 02:36 AM   #2
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Hello kazoo: What would the shipping be to send them to M6N 1Y9 Toronto?
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If you notice one driver has some cratches on the metal surround. This was done by Dave and not sure what he was trying to do but that will not effect the sound.
These have stiffened baskets. The process to do that inevitably ends up with a few nicks or scratches to the paint on the bezel.

If you could still get these, they would be $390/pr retail. They are the only pair in natural with Red and are efficiency matched to 0.09 dB (T/S)

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Old 19th August 2011, 01:19 PM   #4
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Dave,
Thanks for the explanation. I just wanted to mention it so the new owner was not thinking they were damaged.

Peter,
Sent you a PM.


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Old 27th August 2011, 12:22 AM   #6
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They are mine!!! HA HA HA great kazoo I have been waiting for so long"!"
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Old 27th August 2011, 12:39 AM   #7
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I see curvy chang in your future. Damn the WAF, make em full height

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You are a evil thinking genius.

But lets start small. My basement is 16" by 18" with a 76" ceiling. Noams have a Bed & Breakfest in the corner. Low ceiling for me...I'm 74"

I can refab the cab. by using cleats. The baffle will be removeable so I can mod to my hearts delight!

Soooooo Maybe!! in the future

My trade is a Millwright, working with different matrials and designs gives me a skill that I enjoy. I am lucky to have people like you to pick your brains and benifit from what you have gone thought.

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16 feet buy 18 feet...
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by 76".

If you can figure out how to actually stand it up, almost equal ceiling & floor loading.

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