I've not heard the 50's, but can't imagine that they'd get that close to the 90's price-wise...
I've a record of one other pair of 50's on ebay and they went for $280.
I've heard the 90's and I'd pay that for the 90's... I've seen two other pair on the Bay..
$600 in March, '04 and the ones that just sold for $414, but are relisted due to non-paying bidder, AKA idiot...
Don't forget the 70's, smack dab in the middle... Only seen two pair of these:
Winning bid: US $276.00 (Reserve met)
Ended: Sep-26-04 20:33:38 PDT
Winning bid: US $365.00
Ended: Mar-18-04 16:54:52 PST
Again, have not heard the 70's, but if I could land a pair under $300, I'd take a shot at them...
Whatcha got amp-wise to drive them?
Last edited by Tour2ma; 11-03-2004 at 03:53 PM.
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I recently tried to "replace" my 70's with 90's, but I can't bring myself to get rid of the 70's. The 70's seem to be a little more "bass loaded" than the 90's but the 90's are probably more accurate and it will take time to warm up to them. Either speaker will give you alot of great listening! Whatever you end up with be sure and by-wire them they really sound better that way.
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