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post #3241 of 3242 Old 10-02-2017, 05:58 PM
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Very helpful, thanks. You say look for some bargain Grand SEs, do you think it's possible to ever find them used for less than $2k/$2500
I have seen Mozarts for all kinds of prices. I use hifishark to find things and it shows there was a pair on Audiogon this May for that price.

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And yes, my Mozart models do have clear plastic speaker drivers! As my Dad used to say, is that a good thing or a bad thing? Thanks again.
Clear plastic drivers are a good thing. It's one of the things that makes a Vienna Acoustic a Vienna Acoustic.
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Hello, no one here with a Beethoven SE who can say me the approx. diameter and length of the spikes? (Diameter of the thread is the most important, diameter of head or threaded nut isn’t ) .

Doesn’t need to be exactly , will be enough to hold a ruler near it to say if it is a M10 , M12 , M14, M16 Thread.
M10= 0,39" M12= 0,47" M14=0,55" M16=0,63" M18=0,71 inch
M10 means a metric thread with 10mm outer diameter = 0,39inch

Thank you much for your help
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