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    Default Found a pair of M12's

    Hey,

    Just giving a heads up if anyone is interested in a pair of M12's in Plymouth, Michigan. I bought a CSi40 and a pair of FXi50's off the guy. He also had the M12's but I had no where to use or put them so I passed. Not sure what he would let them go for, but they looked to be in pretty decent shape, just really dusty from sitting in storage. I didn't hear them either as nothing was setup. Will try and find the link when I get a chance, but for now its off to a new years party:)

    Happy New Year!

    Jerry
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    There's the link if anyone is interested. He no longer has the CSi40 or the FXi50's in the picture... I do:) Anybody have any idea what they are worth? How much power would you need to run them adequately? They had a big 12 inch woofer in them with 4 6-1/2 and a tweeter. Is the 12 inch passive or active?

    http://detroit.craigslist.org/wyn/ele/1520174860.html

    Jerry
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    The 12" is passive.

    I'd pay $150 for a really nice pair. :)
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    Is that really all they are worth? Are they not as desireable a speaker as their smaller siblings?
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    Quote Originally Posted by glemay View Post
    Is that really all they are worth? Are they not as desireable a speaker as their smaller siblings?
    I'd pay $200 for them. They're said to be boomy.

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    Default Studio monitor 12s

    I would consider parting with mine for 200.00. Will post pics if wanted. Grills have been recovered.
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    I'd rather have a Monitor 10. The 12 is sloppy.

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