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post #1 of 3 Old 11-12-2012, 04:54 PM - Thread Starter
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I do know they were made by Peavey. They have a 15" and 12" drivers and a compression horn. I found a pair like these at a local pawn shop that need some work done to them but I can salvage the cabinets and horns. If I can talk them down to around $100 for the pair I will likely buy them for a project. But I would like to know what model they are so I can look for more information about them.

I know this may not be the best place to find my answer, so if anyone else has any ideas where I should post this let me know. Thanks in advance.
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those look awesome!

i don't know what you have there. kind of reminds me of the currect jbl k2, in a way.

although it is a jbl/lansing board, there are many vintage experts at who may be able to help you figure out what you have.

another possible board is, as there are many very random folks over there some of whom are into vintage gear.

definitely post back and let me (us) know what you have.

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Opening them up to get the driver model numbers might be more useful than the cabinet model number. Something might have been replaced over the last 20-30 years....
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