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    Default which model is this?

    i honestly can't tell.. looks like Monitor 10, but not sure.
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    Probably, too bad the grills aren't off. It's hard to judge the scale in the pic, it could possibly be Monitor 11's.

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    I think it is the Monitor 11 as well. The 10 and LF14 never had trim around the base. The RTA 12 did have trim, but even if the HF unit were missing, you should still see a place to connect the crossover to the input terminal.

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    Agreed, Monitor 11's.
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    there is a slim chance it can be the lf14 (?) the one that was the bass only cabinet of the rta12 (without the tweeter and crossover on top). But. most likly a monitor 11
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    My Monitor 10B grills extend the entire length of the speaker (i.e. - no lower speaker cabinet trim is visible), so I'd rule those out. Based on the group photo of the Monitor Reference Series Loudspeakers on my original Instruction Manual, the only one they could be from that era is the 11.

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