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  1. Temporary while other things in the house get rearranged, remodeled and recapped. Love having the 10Pi up off the floor. The tube amp for them is on a small table behind the right speaker tower.
  2. I'm always on the lookout for certain AR speakers for the right price. I like to tinker (yes, I'm a British car nut) and audio seems to be the newest flavor. I recently finished restoring a pair of TSW610s and my son chose them over the Polk RTA12C speakers I picked up for him a couple of years ago replacing his Klipsch Heresys. The guy had these for sale at $100 and I asked what condition they were in. He got back to me a few days later and said the foam was shot and I could have them if I wanted them. I took the hour plus ride today. These were GRUNGY to say the least: Mold, Cobwebs, Spider webs and a yellow substance that looked like pollen. I should have taken pictures but I didn't want to bring them in the house with the mold. I did a clean up that took about an hour and this is what I got>>> I feel extremely lucky. After cleaning them I hooked them up to my son's system and gently played them to see if all the drivers worked. All is good although the tweeters were very dim; but again they were very low volume. The guy had them in his cellar and hadn't used them in years. I plan on replacing the caps in these and also replacing the binding posts with some nice 5-way posts. I would appreciate any advice on (1) removal techniques of the glue on the back side of the binding posts; (2) how to properly clean the switches. I plan on doing the work with the xover boards in place.
  3. A few years ago, I purchased a pair of AR91 speakers, one of which had a non-functioning, though cosmetically good midrange. Today, I finally got around to replacing that driver. The pair now work great. The non-functioning midrange is open circuit (vs ~4ohms for a good one). Question, does a cosmetically good, but open circuit midrange have any value to anyone on this forum? I'd be happy to send it for the cost of shipping (US Mail), from San Jose, CA. If someone does want, what would you do with it? Nigel
  4. Great speakers. Love the quality and sound.
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