HoopsOnToast

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  1. Still on the look out for a pair... 😀
  2. 1x Pair Supravox 165-2000 (mk1) full range drivers - **£650** + £20 UK Mainland Shipping Bought new in 2018, originally out of spec so returned to Supravox to be re-manufactured, now a very well matched pair. Supravox 165-2000 by Robert Seymour, on Flickr Supravox 165-2000 by Robert Seymour, on Flickr Supravox 165-2000 by Robert Seymour, on Flickr Supravox 165-2000 by Robert Seymour, on Flickr Supravox 165-2000 by Robert Seymour, on Flickr 1x Pair Radian 475PB (16 Ohms) - **£175** + £15 UK Mainland Shipping Bought second hand in 2019,very little use. Radian 475PB by Robert Seymour, on Flickr 1x Pair Faital Pro LTH102 Horns - **£45** + £15 UK Mainland Shipping Bought new 2019, installed once and then boxed. FaitalPro LTH102 by Robert Seymour, on Flickr 1x MiniDSP 2x4HD - £160 + £10 UK Mainland Shipping Used, comes with remote/power cable/original packaging. MiniDSP 2x4HD by Robert Seymour, on Flickr Courier or Collection from Faringdon, nr Swindon.
  3. Thanks, they do indeed have superb bass extension for such a discrete speaker.
  4. Bump for some small, room friendly and superb sounding speakers.
  5. Hi, I'm using a Bryston B60R, although used a Rega Cursa/Maia and Rega Mira before that. It's a bass issue rather than treble. It's not a massive room, 17ft x 10ft.
  6. The first two models are in fact smaller than the HE version (which I had a few years back). The Stirling and Stirling TW/HW are 68Litres and the Stirling HE is 85Litres. The HE version I know was the 'Hard Edge', as you say, relating to the double roll surround used rather than the previous rubber version on the older models. As far as I can see: Stirling - 2558 Driver (pepperpot waveguide, rubber surround) - 68 Litres Stirling HW - 2558 Driver (pepperpot waveguide, rubber surround) - 68 Litres Stirling TW - (Tulip Waveguide, rubber surround) - 68 Litres Stirling TWW - (Tulip Waveguide, rubber surround) - 68 Litres (special version??) Stirling HE - (Tulip Waveguide, double roll surround) 85 Litres
  7. Hi Guys, I'm looking for some 10" (2558) based Tannoys and was wondering if anyone knew what the difference was between the original Stirling and Stirling HW model? https://gear.discogs.com/gear/58853-tannoy-stirling-hw https://gear.discogs.com/gear/60060-tannoy-stirling I guess its probably just a crossover adjustment?
  8. I have to pull out now I'm afraid, double booked with a skiing trip!
  9. As well as the Tannoys, I would like to try another pair of the superb ATC SCM10, ideally in the Black or Yew finish if anyone has a pair to sell. ATC SCM10 by Robert Seymour, on Flickr
  10. Thanks for the offer, ideally looking for the 2558 based speakers. If they are unobtainable I'll be in touch.
  11. Just get a Toyota with a VVTL-i engine, no torque but hillarious fun!
  12. If it helps, happy to deliver this weekend (11th and 12th January only) within around Hours drive or so from Oxford, for petrol money.
  13. If it helps, happy to deliver this weekend (11th and 12th January only) within around Hours drive or so from Oxford, for petrol money.
  14. Long shot, but I am looking for a pair of 'smaller' large Tannoys along the lines of the following: Dover, Caernarvon or Stirling with the 2558 10" Driver as below. Or possibly would be interested in some HPD Eatons or other 12" models if the above are not available.
  15. Thanks Rick, they certainly are great value
  16. Larsen speakers are designed to work up against the rear wall or corners....😀 Very good bass, and very deep bass at that for their tiny size.
  17. If you are used to the1SC then I can't imagine you would like the Heresey. I had a pair of Mk2s and they were truely terrible, especially in the midrange, really coloured. A speaker that will work close to the boundries and relatively efficient, I would try the Vandersteen 1C.