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post #31 of 46 Old 03-29-2013, 06:46 PM
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I recently sold my THT to a friend for just over the cost of the driver. Dayton RS-HF15". It was an easy sale once I clued him into it's capability.
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post #32 of 46 Old 03-29-2013, 07:10 PM
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Id be interested in one or both without the amplifiers, but I'm up here in Minnesota. I don't have a woodworker friend up here to use tools to assist me in building a couple more, I wish I had built 3 THT's instead of just one when I had the chance when I lived in Kansas.

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post #33 of 46 Old 03-31-2013, 09:21 AM
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I sold mine for exactly what I had into it.

There are many people that don't want to take the time to build or don't have the necessary skills.
Be patient!

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I'm already asking well below what I have in materials.

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I would buy those in a second if I was within driving distance. Definitely a great deal, although I can easily see how the size of those thingswould scare 99% of people away.

 
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Those look absolutely beautiful. I would probably buy them if I were within driving distance as well.
What are the actual dimensions of those things and the frequency response?
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I'm already asking well below what I have in materials.

How much are you selling the THT's for without the amp?
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Nobody has inquired about both THT's without the AMP. I'd take $500 for both THT's without the AMP.

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On your craigslist ad you said that you "paid $3500 for everything and selling for $800". Do they have dual lms ultras inside? Did you have a cabinet shop build them for you?

I always thought that the beauty of the tht design is throwing a $200 driver and $100-150 of supplies together to create impressive sound. I haven't heard someone spending nearly 4k on a dual tht build.
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On your craigslist ad you said that you "paid $3500 for everything and selling for $800". Do they have dual lms ultras inside? Did you have a cabinet shop build them for you?

I always thought that the beauty of the tht design is throwing a $200 driver and $100-150 of supplies together to create impressive sound. I haven't heard someone spending nearly 4k on a dual tht build.

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I always wanted to play around with a THT, but I have way too many other projects going on to try to mess around and build one. If only you were closer... I haven't seen any THTs for sale around the Dallas area, but I do admit I haven't really been looking all that hard either.
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Nobody has inquired about both THT's without the AMP. I'd take $500 for both THT's without the AMP.
Ill be in Kansas city then Branson in August. If you still have them then maybe we can work something out?
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bro,

you are nuts. just saw ur craiglist ad... biggrin.gif

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What are the dimensions?

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The two I built are 36"x36"x32". Max dimensions for any build is 36"x36"x36".
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Ill be in Kansas city then Branson in August. If you still have them then maybe we can work something out?

hi superedge88. i bought one tht from air supply and i don't i am going to keep it. its just to damm big. i am in kansas city, mo. so would you be interested in it?
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