szczemirek

3 Way and good sounding speakers

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Separate boxes for mid/treble and bass, all finished on all sides in cherry veneer, oiled and waxed, still in good condition.
Audax HM210Z0 8" Aerogel bass (https://en.toutlehautparleur.com/speaker-audax-hm210z0-8-ohm-8-27-x-8-27-inch.html) in ~45l ported cabinet 
Audax HM100Z0 4" Aerogel mid (http://www.cadaudio.dk/audaxunits.htm)
Scan-Speak D2905-9300 tweeter (https://www.falconacoustics.co.uk/scanspeak-d2905-930000-tweeter-classic-range.html)
Passive 4th-order Linkwitz-Riley crossovers in outboard boxes (also with cherry veneer).
Three pairs of 4mm terminals for each speaker.
Four substantial spikes per speaker.
Overall dimensions 100cm (H) x 25cm (W) x 38cm (D), combined weight per channel 35kg.
Boxes need some little renovation work.
£400 (WoW!) and buyer collects from PE38
Drivers only price are more than £400.

Documentation:
http://soundmovements.co.uk/diyaudio/Speakers.html
http://soundmovements.co.uk/diyaudio/Neptune_passive.html


Inspection welcome.

Thank you.
 
 
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I have bought a couple of items from this gentleman (on AoS) and everything went as smooth as silk.

Jack NSM

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That is some serious speaker components, plus cabinets that need minimal restoration. £400.......c'mon, how could you better these for the pennies. I'd buy them myself if I had the room.......let alone the money. These really do look like the real deal. Glws

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On ‎10‎/‎07‎/‎2019 at 07:48, PWS said:

How do you connect the amp to the x overs?

Ok....I'll pass.

GLWS

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On 11/07/2019 at 13:24, PWS said:

Ok....I'll pass.

GLWS


Sorry... holidays ;)

I have amp with A, B x speakers (2 x) out.

You could bridge crossover.

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