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Old 28th October 2002, 08:52 PM   #1
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Power/output set for Dyna Mark 3's. (stereo pair), 4300 ohm, 43% UL taps.

Power/output set for Fairchild 260 (stereo pair), potted, 6600 ohm, 43% UL taps, 60 watts.

Output set (stereo pair), Ampex, potted, 2400 ohm, 100 watt.

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Old 28th October 2002, 08:56 PM   #2
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Power/output set for Dyna Mark 3's. (stereo pair), 4300 ohm, 43% UL taps.

Power/output set for Fairchild 260 (stereo pair), potted, 6600 ohm, 43% UL taps, 60 watts.

Output set (stereo pair), Ampex, potted, 2400 ohm, 100 watt.

Will consider trades- test equipment, speaker drivers.
You ave some nice iron there. What kind of speaker drivers? I have a basement full of them.

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Old 28th October 2002, 09:07 PM   #3
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Good ones!

Scan-Speak, Dynaudio, you know, the usual suspects.

I suppose it's too much to hope that there are some ESL panels or ribbons looking for a good home...
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Scan-Speak, Dynaudio, you know, the usual suspects.
None of those

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I suppose it's too much to hope that there are some ESL panels
Well i do have 4 Acostat ESL panels & a pr of interface/transformer units...

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I have a pair of Martin Logan Sequal panels that could use a good home. The downside is that I bought them from a guy who said one is weak and so he bought a new pair.

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Hmmm. Is one of the panels actually weak? How do they look mechanically to you? Transformers? I'd love to get some ESL panels.
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The ML panels look great, I can't see anything visibly wrong.

I don't have anything else other than the panels.

Frankly, if you want to build ESL's, these would probably be pretty hard to tear down and rebuild with them being curved and all. you may want to try your hand at building flat ones first. They guy who sold them to me had a problem with one panel, given that he sold them to me for a song after paying a mint for new panels (which he was happy with), I'm inclined to believe that there is something wrong with one.

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Actually, what I want to do is *avoid* building panels. I've been wanting to try my hand at a direct drive amp- never done one of those before.

Anyway, the Dyna iron will shortly be winging its way out of here, but the other stuff is still left. I'll be out of the country until next Friday, so if the Fairchild or Ampex stuff interests you, drop me an email and I'll get back to you then.
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