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Old 1st January 2007, 08:35 PM   #1
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Default One vintage Stephens Trusonic 206-AXA 15" co-axial driver (16 ohm)

Excellent operating condition that I acquired about a year ago. Quite a desirable vintage driver and a peer of the Altec 604. A few dirt marks on the magnet (doesn't affect operation).

Things to note about this driver:
1. It was professionally reconed before I bought it and as a result, has a slightly different timbre from my other 206-AXA (reason for selling). Would work great as a mono system (or if you have another reconed 206-AXA).
2. No crossover module on this. Crossover point is about 1600Hz / 16 ohm.

Info:
http://www.hifilit.com/hifilit/Stephens/tru206axa.jpg
http://www.hifilit.com/hifilit/Stephens/tru206axa2.jpg

Asking $190 +shipping in the USA (expect around $30 for this heavy driver) . Local pickup in the Dallas area welcomed.
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