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Old 11th April 2012, 05:07 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Illusus View Post
I'm in the same boat. Two way with Altec 902 on CD waveguide and 15" woofer. I had a pair of JBL E140 and 12" waveguides so I built the cabinets around them but tuned for JBL 2226, now I can't find 2226s at a reasonable price...well I can but my wallet is unreasonably thin. I'm selling off everything I can. E140 sounds great but has very little output below 50Hz. I like bass.
I do've a JBL2226H and a 2225H and a RCF-L15P-200 that I'm planning to sell
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