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SOLD!!! . Usher Dancer Mini 2 diamond DMDs

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Super Wammer
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Never thought I'd be doing this (well not for another 5 years or so) but I'm selling my wonderful Ushers as I've been smitten by the sonics of a pair of Quad 989s I have on loan.
These really are superb sounding beasts that go really low but also have great mids & hf.
Plenty of good comments from reviews out there, looking for SOLD 
Too heavy to post 45kg each, but willing to transport upto 1 1/2 hrs from Chichester or work with your courier.
Currently travelling to Ledbury once a month so could deliver/meet up then if that helps

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I remember you playing me these at Kegworth; an absolutely riotous Faithless track that really showed them off well, as did the rest of your gear. Good luck with the sale, they were memorable to me.

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"I don't think I'll ever sell these" :rofl:

Bloody lovely they are. Great scale and dynamics and a lovely presentation. Don't look half bad either.

On top of all that, silly money cheap for what they are.

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Super Wammer

Here you go John.

You are welcome :D

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Super Wammer

Good luck John, great speakers those but I can see why you'd like the Quads too.

Fancy a pair of Revels?;-)

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Super Wammer
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On 07/06/2019 at 19:14, batteredhaggis said:

Fancy a pair of Revels?;-)

What. Those Fugly silver stand mounts :sick:

Despite their looks they did sound good though, when you brought them here. 

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Super Wammer

No. I've got two left at the bottom of the packet ;-)

Fugly, FUGLY?!!? Mel Gibson had them in his Manhattan apartment in some film about hearing what women think, so they must be a design classic :P That is a True Fact that is.

OTOH, maybe having them in the room is why I can hear my wife thinking very loudly sometimes - about fugly speakers...

Nope, it's big ones you haven't yet heard. Ask Jack about them, you'd love them, I know you would..!

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Super Wammer

Wow. Nice one Lurch: open ears, open mind.

Good luck with your sale.

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Truly amazing speakers , seismic sound is only a part of there make up  , these are also  able to reproduce the small nuances  in the music with ease due to there 91db sen and cone type  , with a very coherent soundstage  ,  depth and imaging ,  to my ears as nice at nominal listening as they are with room filling ability's , oh and they look beautiful in the flesh . 

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Super Wammer

Yep they are sexy beasts. Just like their owner

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16 minutes ago, Southeast said:

Yep they are sexy beasts. Just like their owner

Ooh! Suits you sir 😀😀

they are delicious speakers. GLWS.

am semi tempted to divert my PMC plans... mmmm....

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7 hours ago, Amormusic said:

Ooh! Suits you sir 😀😀

they are delicious speakers. GLWS.

am semi tempted to divert my PMC plans... mmmm....

Your more than welcome to come and audition them, as is or with your amp. 

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15 hours ago, Amormusic said:

Ooh! Suits you sir 😀😀

they are delicious speakers. GLWS.

am semi tempted to divert my PMC plans... mmmm....

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Maybe if you buy them their sexy owner may make you his famous chips.

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