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Old 22nd February 2020, 10:20 PM   #1
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My Dad bought these speakers in 1969. Aztec Loudspeakers of Denver Colorado, the model is the "Monet". I remember growing up with these speakers. My Dad was a professional musician at the time, these bad machines would play loud and clean...

...and he still uses them !... I recently gave them a listen and they still sound good. Sometime I will have to measure them with my omnimic and see what the frequency response is...

The cone tweeters have been slightly abused by grandchildren fingers...
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Don't recall these, but looks very Bozak in concept.

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15 inch woofer, 8 inch mid, 3 cone tweeters of about 2.5 inch. I think they must be pretty efficient... for years my Dad drove them with a 60 W Sansui amp, and they played plenty loud... although our house was small with small rooms.
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I should think so! Wouldn't mind having a big box full of the woofer.

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