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Old 3rd March 2005, 01:56 AM   #1
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Default Pair JBL '030 Component Systems (D130, 075, N2400) circa ~1960 FS

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One pair of almost-like-new condition JBL '030' component systems, circa ~1960, $600 plus shipping..

These systems consist of the D130 15" wide-band woofer, 075 bullet ring-radiator tweeter, and the acoompanying N2400 crossover network, one of each per channel for a stereo pair.

These systems, believe it or not, were originally installed in 1960, and were actually IN SERVICE until last month (in a system owned by a retired doctor, powered by McIntosh MC30 amps from a C20 preamp, all of which was STILL WORKING when dismantled!). I was actually the FIRST person to actually see the drivers, in the last 45 years!

As far as condition is concerned- the drivers look almost as new- the most significant defect of ANY kind, is the paint scratches around the screw holes, where the drivers were bolted onto the baffle. The drivers are actually SEQUENTIAL SERIAL NUMBERS for both the woofers (D130 #48084, 48085) and tweeters (075 #23953, 23954), and ONE NUMBER SEPERATED for the crossovers (N2400 # 14215, 14217).

Functionally, these driver ALL work properly, and are completely original cone assemblies. All have been tested, individually.

Asking $600 for the setup, plus shipping.

If interested, please email ( gwaters@postmaster.co.uk ) or PM (GordonW) me.

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