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Budget Audiophile delight- JBL, Diamond, Alpine, MiniDsp

Old School audiophile Diamond Audio Hex 5.25 set- One woofer with dust cap damage, plays fine Only one tweeter- $45 shipped CONUS- Lowered to $40



SOLD-JBL MS62c Component set with extra woofer $125 shipped CONUS
Comes with a set of NVX speaker grills, Fast rings(the outside ones), and an extra woofer. Great sounding set!
Full disclosure the known bad batch of adhesives was present on the titanium tweeters. The solution was to have surround adhesive replaced , that was done on this set and they dont miss a beat. The woofers are not affected. Woofers have sticky from fast rings around the rim.



SOLD-JBL MS-A1004 4 channel amplifier and Wireless bass knob- $225shipped CONUS
Great sounding jbl 4 channel amp. It has been gone through by a well known jbl guru here to replace known issues (zeiner) so it should be good to go for a long time. Also comes with the previously unobtainable wireless bass remote. Decent cosmetic shape with some scratches had all its screw downs which can get lost.

100 watts x 4 into 4 ohms -actually does more
200 watts x 2 into 4 ohms- actually does closer to 400 x 4

Fully selectable digital crossovers/slope ect



Sold-Alpine SPX clones. All 3 for $35 shipped CONUS



MiniDsp 2*4 BALANCED and 12 converter- $75 shipped
The mini can be used single ended and with balanced diff inputs and outputs. Higher output voltage than regular mini and much nicer case.


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Shit. I kind of want to buy those damn components. Ugh. I just have such a tight budget lately. And for some reason want another 1004 amp. Lol


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