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09-28-2003, 11:35 AM
Yes it has a pin/blade interconnect & solid oak tops.
09-28-2003, 11:37 AM
Hmmm a second try for the picture.
09-28-2003, 11:54 AM
Looks like a bastard, you've got SL2000 tweeters (SDA SRS 1.2) with a SDA SRS 1.2TL crossover panel. What are the numbers on the back of the drivers, look at both sides.
09-29-2003, 05:59 PM
You're quite observant. I was actually just checking my file uploading capability, but it is nice to know some read the test forum as well.
I recently purchased these from an individual who had bought a home with them installed in custom wall installation he was tearing out. They appeared to have been installed and never moved, and are in very pristine condition. I have verified the operation of all drivers and the integrity of the SDA, and am totally satisfied with their fantastic soundstage and response. The bolts on all components do not appear to have been loosened, and I have not done so myself to actually verify the dimensional driver p/n's, or if the crossover actually has the BE2000-C or -B components. Wish Polk had labeled the component fronts so they didn't require removal.
I too observed that the crossover bolt pattern did not match the norm, and shot out a couple of queries to Raife who wrote the compendium, and to Ken Swauger at Polk. Neither were aware of them being produced in this configuration, but offered the possibility that it could have happened at the end of a production run, or as a result of problems with the original crossover. Both left and right have the 9 bolt crossover by the way.
I'll let you know what I have if I'm ever inclined to take them apart...right now I'm enjoying their fantastic sound and really glad I took the plunge.
SDA 1.2 In the wall. That has a nice ring to it! lol! Congrats on your find, my Dad hates you.....so you know :p Jk! Rock on broda!
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