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Old 8th April 2006, 08:30 AM   #1
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Default FS: ProAc Studio 3/ ATC SCM50 Clone

For sale ProAc Studio 3 (3-way ported) passive speakers which are similar to ATC SCM50 SL. These use ATC SM75-150 3" mid driver, ATC SB75-234SC 9" woofer, and 4" German ceramic tweeter. The crossover has been isolated and placed outside the cabinet and upgraded with high quality caps, inductors.... Dimensions are: 27" x 12" x 13" + 3" crossover box. Each one weights about 80 lb. I'm told that these were not made for commercial sales, only limited edition for studio guys. Original price tag for these was around $6000.

I'm willing to sell the drivers separate if I can find buyers for all drivers, otherwise it's $1000 US for both plus shipping on top.

Please email elitstyle@rogers.com for more info.

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Old 8th April 2006, 09:02 AM   #2
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Altough I'm not in the market for them, I like to say they are very serious looking speakers?

I'm a bit curious, why you are sell them (and with what are you replacing them).

Btw a 4" tweeter, maybe a typo?
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Old 8th April 2006, 09:03 AM   #3
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PS. what is that round thing next to the Accuton tweeter?
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Old 9th April 2006, 07:10 PM   #4
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I bought these to upgrade from my SCM20's, but my life situation is taking 180 turn, so I'm selling all my studio gear and moving back to Russia. About the speakers, these are 3-way but someone took out the original tweeter and installed an Accuton on the left side, so the port is coverd with a tweeter casing just for looks. Don't ask me why would someone do it, I have no idea it was done by previous owners. As far as replacing, if I ever get back to studio stuff I'm going straight for ATC or K+H 300D sicne I'm obsessed with ATC mid rage.

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