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Old 21st September 2005, 10:45 PM   #1
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Default FS HUGE Line Array Cabs/W Tweeters

OK, because of some thing that have happened these have to go. Check out the link. I will miss hearing the finish product and sad to let them go but they have to go.

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Old 26th September 2005, 12:35 AM   #2
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BUMP. Come on guy/gals. No one is interested in these. I have probably close to 100 hours into then. I payed more for just the tweeters then the starting bid. The hard part is already done, you just finish to your liking.

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Old 26th September 2005, 02:34 AM   #3
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Looks like a really great deal, but local pickup only is a killer.
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Old 26th September 2005, 04:17 AM   #4
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Sorry to hear about the break in. People pay too much for a lot of things on ebay, and at other times miss a good deal like this. Perhaps you need to look into how you can get it shipped, since you can even get Wilsons fully build massive dual 18" subs shipped - much bigger and much heavier. Or maybe you might have more luck at an audio club or event.
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Some constructive comments on your eBay advert... go thru and fix the spelling... and loose the red background on your webpage. Presentation on eBay is important and those 2 things are big negatives. You should also mention the ApexJr tweeters in the advert.

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Old 26th September 2005, 06:51 PM   #6
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If you wern't so far away I would deffinately consider them. If they don't sell I think you should finish them. It seems that you have lost intrest due to the fact that your stuff was stollen. I have lost intrest in things because of similar situations. One thing I have learned is that sometime you just have to push yourself to finish.

If they end up not selling at all and you truly don't want them any more I suggest you finish the cabs compleately before you try to sell them again.
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Old 26th September 2005, 08:19 PM   #7
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Thanks for the advice. I know I cant spell to save my life. Guess I could blame it on the public school system,LOL. Even college didnt help. Sad to say I usually get the wife to spell check most of my stuff.

As for the color of my website it was the colors of the my Turbo Escort, the reason the site was started. After that the colors just kind if stuck. I really dont do much with that site much anymore but I still get motivated every now and then.

As for the cabs, I just have no equipment to even use them anymore. After the theft of some of my equipment, mostly my two Proton amps, I have been selling the rest of it and reinvesting it in my car setup. I compete in IASCA sound quality events. Last season I place 1st in class in pionts and got invited you world finals. I know most home guys dont think you can get true quality sound in a car but we still like to try. As for shipping them I would think it would cost to much to be worth it. I have heard about people contacting moving companies and with a little luck the moving company would pick larger items up and tranport then to there end destination if it cost to you. Most of the time moving trucks are not 100% full. I sometime think about finishing them but then i think of all the other projects I really need to be finishing instead. I dont know, guess we will see.
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Old 26th September 2005, 10:39 PM   #8
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What size is the cutouts for the mids?
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The cutouts themselves are about 5 5/8s and the routered paut is about 6 5/8s. I think is a pretty standard 6.5" driver cutout.

If anyon has anymore queations please feel free to ask.

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Old 27th September 2005, 02:22 PM   #10
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Some constructive comments on your eBay advert... go thru and fix the spelling... and loose the red background on your webpage. Presentation on eBay is important and those 2 things are big negatives. You should also mention the ApexJr tweeters in the advert.

dave

(i have some little experience on eBay with over 6k positives)

Some more constructive comments:

Make it more clear that the tweeters are provided. Show some pictures of the tweeters. Add terms like "Hi-Fi" "Audio" "Speakers" in the title.

Good luck.
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