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    Default FS: 2 Bell'o Audio Racks in central TX

    For sale- $300 for both, local buyer in/around Austin, TX

    I'm selling 2 Bell'o (Bell'oggetti) audio racks that I bought in Dallas a few years ago. These use V shaped steel supports held together by steel crossmembers, and the glass shelves slide into notches in the steel. Usable space on the lower shelves are 17 3/4" wide by 13" deep. I also had 2 extra shelves made that are 18" deep, so you can have 2 shelves at 17 3/4" wide by 18" deep (my cd player and amp are on the bigger shelves in the first pic attached). The top glass is 35 1/4" wide by 19" deep.

    These things are beautiful and build to support a ton of bricks. Flaws are that one corner on the top of one support has deflected 1/2 inch or so, very hard to notice and doesn't affect anything. Also one rubber seal that cushion the top of the steel support from the top glass has begun to split. I'm using a small piece of scotch tape to keep it from splitting more. Scuffs here and there on the metal, but passes the 5 or 10 foot test.

    Shoot me a PM if you have any questions-No way to ship unfortunately with so much glass but I wouldn't mind driving within the Houston/Dallas/San Antonio triangle to meet the buyer half way. I'd be interested in trading for a nice 250+ Watt carver or adcom amp as well. thanks-Chris
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    forgot to add- these sit 58 3/4" high

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    Default Why...

    I was just looking at A/V furniture last night, my god is this stuff expensive! Looks like a great deal, my only wuestion is WHY! Why cant I live in a city so I can be close to deals like this! If I lived in Austin I would jump all over this. Good luck

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    waxman,

    I have a Bello rack and really like it. This is a great deal. Understand about the shipping cuz UPS really banged my supports up, took alot to repair properly but they made good to me and the seller. The glass came through perfectly though.

    Nice pics, love the little beanie babies, shows how are HT are really lived in rooms.
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    I'm in San Antonio so only about 45 minutes. I could pick this stuff up easy in my truck. Also have a Carver TFM-35 available. Let's talk

    TFM-35 SPECIFICATIONS
    Frequency Repsonse: 20-20kHz +0,-0.2dB
    Power Output: FTC 20hz-20khz
    8ohm 250 watts per channel
    4ohm 400 watts per channel
    2ohm 750 watts per channel
    Bridged mono power output: 800 watts into 8 ohms
    THD: less than 0.08%
    Dynamic Headroom: >1.0dB @ 8ohms both channels driven
    Gain: 29.0 dB (+/- 0.5dB)
    Input Impedance 47 kohms
    Damping Factor: >150 typical (20hz-20 khz)

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    thanks reeltrouble1- sickening how many toys the cats have, isn't it? :)

    Wardsweb- that sounds like a workable deal assuming the amp's in good shape. I just need to know if it's a common ground amp so I don't fry my 2.3TLs with the interconnect cable. Do you use PM? I can also be reached at [email]cwr@austin.rr.com[/email] but I get tons of spam so put bello or something in the title.

    thanks-Chris

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    I can use PM or email or you can PM me your phone number and I can call you. Yes Carvers are common ground. I have used my A760 with my SDA 1B's.

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    Default off the market

    I've struck a deal with Wardsweb so these things are off the market for now. Let me know via PM if you want to get in line in case something falls through but for all intents and purposes they are gone.

    Wardsweb thanks for the very fast response and I look forward to seeing you in San Marcos. Hurry and get him the bulbs TroyD :)


    Chris

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    Default Thank You Waxman

    I wanted to say Waxman was a pleasure to deal with. He is now the proud owner of a very nice Carver TFM-35 amp and I have some killer new racks. Now just have to put down a new floor, because my wife says the new racks don't go with the old one :(

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    Default thank you Wardsweb

    And I want to thank Wardsweb / Luther for a painless transaction and a kick ass amp. Thanks again! Now I realize what I was missing with my 2.3tl's :D

    Chris

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    Until I can get my den redone, the racks are setup in the back audio room. thanks again waxman.
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