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post #1 of 4 Old 10-24-2013, 10:56 PM - Thread Starter
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I found them at a goodwill they say germany on the inside they have jensen cross overs they have no markings on the speakers them selves they also say 1965 . there is a label on back but no company name any help would be appreciated the speakers have number 105 and a star and the little ones have a 3 digit number and a star  i have scoured the internet with no luck . THere are mids and tweeters in the cabinets but i did not have access to them tonight . same markings different numbers. any help would be appreciated 

 

 

 

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No clue I wouldn't feed them more than 10 20w max a lot of European consumer stuff was 1 - 10 maybe 15-25 wpc then . Some of ours was also.
Maybe Becker or klangfilm? Looks like one of some companies better speakers . Most mass produced speakers used in Grundig , Sabba or Kuba consoles used inexpensive thin stamped steel baskets like their US counterparts .

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Thanks I have a feeling they are worth something they sound incredible but for the life of me i can not find a marking they had jensen capacitors they were stamped Germany and it said 1965 in the cabinet. The person who had them had their dl and social engraved in them so I am assuming they are high end but i cant find anything on them I am at a loss I thought the star marking might be a clue

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Thanks I have a feeling they are worth something they sound incredible but for the life of me i can not find a marking they had jensen capacitors they were stamped Germany and it said 1965 in the cabinet. The person who had them had their dl and social engraved in them so I am assuming they are high end but i cant find anything on them I am at a loss I thought the star marking might be a clue

You might try Audiokharma .com forum or maybe antiqueradio.com forum

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