These are barely broken in.
They are wrapped with black speaker cabinet cloth, have speakon connectors, and are stuffed with polyfill.
They are constructed with 2 inner baffles and one outer baffle. Screwed and glued together. Finished in several coats of light texture bed liner type product. Very durable.
They are ~3ft high and 24" diameter.
You can see the entire build process, with tons of pictures, for these, step by step, here-
There is a very good chance I can also supply the buyer(s), if interested, with a very Peavy IPR 2 amp at a discounted price.
These are available for pickup only. I am in Portland, OR. I am willing to drive ~75 miles to make this happen.
Any questions let me know.
Curious, why are you selling? Looks like a nice build.
1- those tall dual opposed will only fit one place in my room. Directly under my mains. It causes unwanted HF reflections.
2- the two dual opposed are in front and two single opposed in back. Duals in fronts are louder because they're duals and also they are in corners. I have to lower the volume of them and raise the volume of my single rear cabs. This limits headroom.
3- the dual opposed are wired as a 2 ohm load to one amp channel, the singles are wired as a 4 ohm load. Gets close to he same watts but not exact.
4 ... And most of all..... I have a problem. I cant stop.
I am grabbing 4 uxl 18" off the group buy. This will allow me to go shorter up front, balance things out, and have the same output.
Reason #4 is enough. I think most of us understand that all too well.
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Fronts - Klipsch KF-28 / Center - Klipsch RC-62
Sides - Klipsch VS-14 / Rears - Klipsch VS-14
Sub1 - SVS PB12-NSD / Sub2 - SVS PB12-NSD
PRJ - Mitsubishi HC5 / SCN - 120" ES cinewhite
I should have bought a bigger car. Wanna bring me yours so I can come get it?
It's under my handsome picture. Seattle. Much too far.
I was just pulling your leg. That's why the big smiley face. A U-Haul expense would kill me on cost. I'll be pulling the trigger on a PSA sub tomorrow and then a second one in a month. I is one of those poor people. Wish I lived closer though. Nice subs!
Huh? You can rent a home depot truck or trailer or even an suv from dollar rent a car. Get two 18s for 650 and 2k watt Behringer for what? 200? 250?
Youd be ahead in dollars and bass over two psa subs.
All I can say is neener neener guys.
Considering how well the singles are doing I can only imagine how well the duals will perform. They'll make somebody happy.