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Mirage M7si bi-polar speakers
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Old 2nd February 2007, 10:02 PM   #1
Pdspecl is offline Pdspecl  United States
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Smile Mirage M7si bi-polar speakers

I have a pair of Mirage M7si bi-polar 3 way speakers. Retailed $1300 > $1500 new. Asking $325. Made in early 90s. Nice condition, sound very nice. Bi-amp cable. No major scratches and used in a non-smoking, low light environment. Black gloss top and bottom with black clothe covering all sides. Please google Mirage to get additional information. These speakers are well regarded, having numerous solid reviews . Prefer local sale to Connecticut area. Will consider neighbor state. I think you'll be hard pressed to find better sounding speaker for the money.
Note, final sale is contingent on seller finalizing purchase of another pair of speakers. Please contact Pdspecl@yahoo.com
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