ra.ra Posted September 19, 2018 Report Share Posted September 19, 2018 Am just posting this mostly as a curiosity, but of course, seeking comments, questions, and suggestions as well. This pair of mini-speakers (6.25" x 9.25" x 6") was found at a weekend flea market - - the seller was a guy who is very knowledgeable and lives just down the road from where Roy Allison had his company in Natick, MA; also, seller was involved somehow in the liquidation of the estate of Victor Campos in Framingham, MA. Some months ago I posted in the Allison forum about an Allison equalizer (The Electronic Subwoofer) which was being sold by the same seller, and that piece of gear also involved Roy and Victor. This pair of speakers is some kind of one-off experiment - - perhaps even a prototype? - - and appears to fit somewhere within the typology of a Realistic Minimus 7 or 11 or 12; or perhaps an ADS 200c or 300c. These were packed nicely in a box-to-fit with address label (postmark date is October 2003), and were wrapped in several bands of clear packing tape (?). No rear wiring terminals - - just separate pairs of tweeter and woofer wires extending thru rear panel. The speakers are heavy - - cabinets are fabricated from nominal 1/2" high quality MDF with neat miter and dado joints. Upon initial test, one speaker is working; the other is mute. That's all I know so far. More info once I poke around inside. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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