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    Default McIntosh speakers

    http://kansascity.craigslist.org/ele/205092817.html

    I sent an email asking him if there are two or just one... but are these worth anything.. are they 'cool'...are they worth a look??

    Thanks for any help. I'm usually pretty good at finding stuff on the internet, but I haven't found anything on these.

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    No brainer if it is a pair. I have never cared for Mac speakers, but the larger cabinet models like those do have a vintage cool factor.

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    I did find this... looks like MAYBE these are ML2c.
    http://www.roger-russell.com/speakers.htm

    Wonder if he has the equalizer mentioned on the page...?
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    $30 for a P A I R !!!

    No brainer is right ! Nice vintage find !
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    You would be completely out of your mind, and no credit to this forum if you let those go.

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    The ML-4C sure looks tempting. Four 12" woofers, 11-speakers in the box. Wow.

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    Get 'em. How can you go wrong???
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    the ad says "speakers" but they only show one speaker cabinent. so who knows. i bet them suckers are heavy too. hee hee hee

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    Dunno about that particular model but I've always wanted to listen to the XR290's...overkill in every sense of the word. But anyway, for that price you really can't go wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by George Grand
    You would be completely out of your mind, and no credit to this forum if you let those go.
    Then again, I don't have to answer to you guys about bringing in two huge pieces of furniture that I don't need and we don't have room for, and the fact that I have enough speakers that I have a pair in storage... that "answering" would be to my wife.

    I haven't heard back from him. If he has TWO, and they come with the required equalizer, for $30, I'll pick them up and offer them up here to anyone who will come and get them. I hadn't received a response as of last night.
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    I love when people single out my comments.

    Why even post the question if you're not going to be allowed to have them? Better to just anticipate what she's going to do or say in order to keep yourself out of hot water there sport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by George Grand
    Why even post the question if you're not going to be allowed to have them?
    I don't want them - and if you read my posts, I never said I did. People post about great garage sale finds, or gold-plated SDA's their grandmother had in the attic. I came across these by accident, thought maybe I'd check on interest for those who did NOT see them but might want them. I know enough to know McIntosh COULD BE a great find - or they could be for-**** speakers.

    Quote Originally Posted by George Grand
    Better to just anticipate what she's going to do or say in order to keep yourself out of hot water there sport.
    Sport? Aw... I feel all condescended to now.

    The guy didn't get back with me, so I assume they're gone.
    HT: Denon 1910, LG blu-ray, Def Tech ProCinema 100s, Stryke 12" sonosub.
    LR: Onkyo TX-84 (original owner), Aiwa AD-F850 (original owner), Philips TT (old school, 2nd owner), Philips CD (cheap-o), Monitor 5jr+ (original owner - actually, my wife is the original owner; she bought them new when we were dating - sealed the deal).
    Xbox 360/Wii/Kids: Old school huge Sony HD TV, Sherwood RD-6500, Philips DVD, pair Def Tech ProCinema 100.

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