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Old 10th October 2003, 01:43 AM   #1
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Join Date: Apr 2003
Location: Boston Area
Default FS: Vienna Acoustic Mozarts (Beechwood finish, MINT!)

From www.sumikoaudio.net

Impedance: 6 Ohms
Frequency Response: 35-22,000 Hz
Sensitivity: 90dB
Recommended Amplifiers: 30 - 200 watts
Drive Units: 5.5" Mid-Woofer XPP Cone
1" Dome-Tweeter Silk Dome, hand-coated
Bass System: Bassreflex
Bass Function: QB 3 (Quasi Butterworth)
Crossover Components: MKP Capacitors Air Coils 0,7% tol.
Metal Film Resistors 2% tol., inductance free
Crossover Function 2-way: 9/12 dB Bessel
Weight per Pair: 88 lbs
Dimension (W x H x D): 6.7" x 37" x 11.6"

Elegantly slim in stature, the floor standing Vienna Acoustics Mozart features dual 5.5" XPP woofers and a very high-performance 1" soft dome tweeter. Multiple, asymmetrical chambers in enclosure for maximum bass control and extension. Sand fillable chamber in bottom for mass and stability. Excellent in either a two channel or home theater system. Rear ported design. 90 dB sensitivity.

Sellers Comments:

I am the original owner of these these speakers (for about 1 year) and they are in like-new condition, VERY well taken care of, and I have the original boxes (1 box per speaker), owners manual, and speaker spikes.
More detailed information on them can be found on

Their build quality is outstanding (as with all Vienna Acoustics speakers), their appearance is simple but very attractive, and their sound is smooth and "tube-like" with surprising bass weight for their size woofers. If you live near a Tweeter store, give them a listen but don't pay full price when these are broken in and
are just like new.

I just got married last month and my wife and I am planning to buy a condo and I will no longer have the space for these (plan to get a pair of cheaper bookshelf speakers).

I am selling these for $1,600 USD

For addtional information, pictures, etc., please email me
at vinnie822@yahoo.com
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