Wifey's made me clear out old gear !!

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    zanash

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    Here's a list of gear I've been told to part with, by she who must alway's be obeyed.

    So here we go..........

    Ruark Broadswords MkII black ash
    £125 ono [cost £800 new]

    One excellent sounding speaker but needs a big amp to do them justice.
    One cabinet with some corner damage otherwise in very good condition, with new internal foam and made upto MkII with a biwired crossover.

    speaker stands black matt finish
    £20 ono {cost £120 new]
    Stands to suit above speakers [make unknown] they are a two centre pillar design with thick top and bottom plate spiked and studded, and are filled with sand [?]. They are 44cm tall and are very heavy !!

    Castle Sterling's in oak veneer
    £50 ono [cost new £450]
    These are not floorstanders! and can only be single wired, but sound big and full. The cabinets have seen better days and have lost the foam grills, hence the price.

    Alphason Equipment stand AV24/17s
    £50 [cost new £250]
    pic speaks a thousand words
    http://www.josemariahiend.com/modelos_muebles_alphason.html

    In very good contion.....doubles as a serving trolly for buffets !




    Denon Tuner Tu260L
    £25
    Faded to a very strange gold/bronze colour, hence the price, boxed sounds very good indeed

    Denon Tuner Tu450L
    £40
    Super sounding tuner in black


    IncaTech Claymore
    £150 [cost new £400ish ?]

    Classic 80's amp very nice sound, supprisingly powerful sound.

    Buyer collects or pays postage !
     
    zanash, Jun 20, 2003
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    timpy Snake Oil free!!!

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    Ahh a Claymore....must resist...must resist...... ;)

    Did the Castle Windsors find a new home, or am I mis-remembering....?

    Cheers
     
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    zanash

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    Twasn't me my friend. I only ever had these [Stirlings]. THe claymore sounds, good but Its shyte in side, a tweakers delight. I had thought about giving it a good going over as the vol pots a bit dirty, switching to a stepped atten. or conductive plastic type. If there's no intrest I still might.
     
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