Pappas3278 Posted December 6, 2007 Report Share Posted December 6, 2007 Long story short... I have been addicted to the world of vintage McIntosh audio for the past four years. It has given me an immense appreciation for vintage audio as a whole. So, I was very happy when I was fifty feet from my apartment last night here in NYC and what do I see sitting by the curb, waiting to be tossed or rescued? A pair of AR3a's. I didn't know a thing about them, but judging by the look and feel (weight is VERY impressive) I took them home. I found this sight and haven't been able to stop reading. I hooked them up last night for a quick listen (roommate was home so it was cut short) and they sound as if just the woofer is producing sound. I now know to try twisting the pots back and forth to see if I can get the MID and HI working. I'm going to do that when I get home from work today.I'm posting a few photos so that I may learn a little bit more about these particular speakers. Maybe you experts can tell me something. I was able to successfully remove the grills too.serial#: 3A 02444 & 3A 02454Thanks!-Mike Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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