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Line array drivers for sale


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2005-06-12 5:44 am
I have 22 Dayton RS150 (6") drivers along with 20 Dayton PT2-B planars that are all brand new and unmounted that I need to sell. I only opened up two of the RS150 drivers to make sure they weren't defective. The PT2-Bs boxes aren't taped so I carefully examined them for defects as well.

I purchased these in order to build a pair of line arrays but with the unexpected pregnancy I need to put this project far away on the back burner. The plans I designed call for 9 RS150s and 8 PT2-Bs per side, leaving 4 of each for spares. I would like to sell the whole lot at once.

I purchased these for $1086 plus tax and shipping and will entertain offers. I have an EBay account I could use to set up a Buy It Now if that would make you feel more comfortable and have no problem meeting someone within 100 miles for pickup.

I was at work a few months ago and decided I wanted a different user name so I created that Chaucer account. I post 90% of the time from work and have been using the new account since then, but at home, where I rarely post, I still have Mazeroth logged in. I don't even look to see which account I'm on when I post, and I meant to be on the Chaucer account but I messed up a few times in the last month or so, which can be seen if you do a search for Mazeroth.

Anywho, sorry for the confusion. I've been Mazeroth for about 10 years now and felt like it was time for a change. I'll continue to use that name here as it's what people know me by :xeye: