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Scottmoose 23rd August 2011 02:42 AM

Mark Audio Alpair 7s with full Planet10 modifications
 
1pr of matched Mark Audio Alpair 7s, with full Planet10 modifications, including EnABL2 (much changed from the original). Grey cones, brand new in box. 100 (UK)

Scottmoose 23rd August 2011 08:43 AM

Addition to above -forgot to add why I'm selling (since I posted at about 3am last night when the old insomnia had kicked in). Lack of space is the only reason: too many speakers, too little room. I already have a pair of Alpair7s, and it's a waste to let these units just sit on the shelf. I'd rather somebody else can put them to proper use.

giulio 23rd August 2011 09:06 AM

Hi,

I am interested. I am just a bit lost in the Mark Audio labelling jungle.

What model are the 7s? Are they aka 7.3? Alternatively, what is the recommended enclosure? I am leaning towards the Pensil 7 but they have different depth according to the exact model.

Finally, how much would shipping to London, UK be?

TIA
giulio

Scottmoose 23rd August 2011 10:26 AM

These are the Alpair 7.2, with the full Planet10 modifications.

There is no recommended enclosure per se, since this necessarily depends on what you are hoping to achieve. Of the Pencils, they will of course work best in the original A7 Pencil design, but they should go into the latest version with a little juggling of the damping.

I'm not sure on the shipping, since I haven't yet put them in a shipping box with packing etc., but based on previous items I've sent, I would estimate it in the region of 10.

Hope that helps
Scott

giulio 23rd August 2011 10:43 AM

Taken :)!

Please PM with payment details when you know the exact figure for shipping.

Many thanks
Giulio

Scottmoose 23rd August 2011 10:47 AM

Shall do. :) Keep an eye out for a PM in about an hour - 90 minutes.

Best
Scott

Scottmoose 23rd August 2011 02:01 PM

Sold!


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