Starting a new thread--essentially a continuation of this thread...
While picking up a pair of Polk Monitor 10A's via local Craigslist sale....while I was there, I'm not sure why, but I also picked up another pair of speakers--these are another old pair, but I was intrigued by there almost church like grill. Anyway I thought they looked neat so in that respect I can't lose--Definitely have a vintage look to them and the grill is made from wood and has a slight curve to it. Talk about pushing my luck with the wife though
A bit shorter than the 10A's but heavier probably by 10-15 pounds.
They are Sansui SP-3500, a 4 way design with a real wood veneer that is in pretty good shape-Again few nicks or scratches here and there-but can't complain too much considering. The grill is completely intact except for one small piece chipped, but its still on so repairable without visual blemish-just a tiny drop of wood glue will do.
I Didn't find too much info on them yet (but did find an old ad) or much in a way of their value either. I haven't even had a chance to hook them up (still hidden for now ;) )
Here are a couple pics:
Interesting Crossover controls:
Sad looking binding posts
Anybody know anything about these? How do they rate? And how to get the grills off? :o
Here is the ad: