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  1. Let's see some photos of the cabinets once sanded. There may be reason to re-veneer the tops or bottoms at this point with what I am seeing. Hard to tell though. I think sometimes we all dink around with patches and filling when in the bigger picture it may be better to just cut to the chase and get some new veneer on there.
  2. Yeah, take Roy's lead on this point. I would. Hunt down a used one I guess. Sorry I did not get back to you.
  3. Hello

    I recently purchased two model no STE1000 watt.nom 200w watt.max 350w 4-ways speakers, and the guy i purchased these from was retiring from military after 30 years he got these from a buddy he said they could not find any info at all on these speakers . They were made in denmark .could you please help me abought any info on them thanks marine 1 

    I was hoping you could maybe hel me find some info on them. 

    Thank you

    1. DavidDru


      Hey Michael.  Not really enough info to go by.  Denmark tens to be a good thing tough compared to other places of origin.

  4. I've only dropped in on this board a few times in the past year so I unfortunately missed this. All I can say is Roy is the man!
  5. Find Glenns thread on his and see above for now. Otherwise typical AR restoration principles apply.
  6. Yikes, those woofers. Not sure they can be salvaged. Just gotta hope the glue isn't as strong is it is ugly. I would start by separating the surrounds at the edge of the cone and removing all of that through the frame first to make it at least seem manageable. May want to make sure you have operation tweeters first though, and if you don't, I'd be calling it a day with those and maybe the remaining tweeter and badges being of help to someone else. I've got an AR7 woofer sitting here doing nothing but taking up shelf space that I could send you, but shipping would just make that prohibitive.
  7. thanks guys. glenn did his grilles which inspired me to maintain the bevel on mine. It was difficult at best until I got access to just use the CNC. Glenn I believe went with 1" wood pieces but I went with the 3/4" BB ply to give it a bit more strength with consideration to those narrow pieces over MDF. With the velcro they end up nearly 1" out of course. Since these were CNC cut, I suppose I could easily cue up more if anyone is in need of frames. I can ship pretty inexpensively too. Let me know. Again, I miss 10" and 12" woofers.
  8. Finally got around to doing the grilles on the 12's. I've been off messing with other stuff including some ground up builds so since I have access to the CNC machine I went ahead and cut out new grille frames. Had some 3/4" baltic birch that seemed a good way to go since it was going to be painted anyway.
  9. First time checking in here to CSP in a while and it feels like I never was away. Love me some caps debate. Cool. Use whatever you want. Good catch by RoyC on the surround there. Roy keeping his eye on the ball. I'd reorient the coils too.
  10. Happy Holidays folks! Here is an initial one. Just finished restoring this Fisher tube console.
  11. Wow, yeah nice. Looks like they've been put away for a long time.
  12. I was given four of the 48b's. All surrounds needed attention. So far I got one set up and running and sold to my neighbor for $100. Two had spring terminals. Two had 5 way posts. They sounded good. But yeah, the finishes used are disappointing for sure compared to the AR's that came before. Could be cool to pull the vinyl and do a little real wood veneer on these.
  13. I have one nice full 4x in Walnut, and a 2nd that has a beat to hell cabinet not worth restoring. The parts are all good so I need a replacement cabinet if anyone has a nice unmolested empty one they can get rid of. Thanks!
  14. Pete, you still selling this stuff? I tried PM you but it said you can't receive messages. ?
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