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I'm starting a new thread to highlight the fact that I am parting out my Dynaudio System 340. The old thread was titled " FS: Dynaudio System 340 (no tweets)" I am not selling the tweeters, but the rest of the system.

The ONLY reason I am selling is that I have am upgrading to MW182's since my doors will readily accept a 9" woofer with a bit of modification.

MW160's - these are used, but sound great. These woofers are well respected. Great impact and transient response. I love the sound of drums on these midrange/midbass speakers. You can check out the response. They make an outstanding midrange, or can be used as midbass along with the MD140/2 or another suitable midrange.

Dynaudio speakers are characterized by a very nuetral sound. You get what is on the recording, plain and simple.

http://www.dynaudio.com/images/auto/mobile/pdf-mobile/DYN_MW160.pdf




Next up are the md140/2's. When I bought these, they didn't have grilles. That worked for me in my last install, but in my truck in the kick panels, I needed to have the factory convex shaped grills to make the mounting depth as little as possible. So I bought new MD142's. Since these don't have grilles, I am going to let them go for well below what they sell for with grilles. Put them behind a standard 4" grille and they will be fine. They are great speakers if you can use them in your particular install.

http://www.dynaudio.com/images/auto/mobile/pdf-mobile/DYN_MD140_2.pdf



Last but not least are the crossovers. One of the crossover boxes doesn't hold together if you shake it. I just put a zip tie around it. I never displayed the dyn crossovers because they are basic and plain. There is one screw missing on each crossover, which makes absolutely no difference because you are always going to leave open at least 2 screws for both the mids and tweets since there are 3 settings for each. The dynaudio crossovers include impedance matching circuits for the drivers, making them easy loads for your. They use top quality hand selected components. I don't need them any longer because I am going full active.




Price:

MW160's - $210 shipped

MD140'2's - $ 155 shipped

3 way crossovers - $40 shipped

$375 shipped for everything together.

Will only sell to paypal verified address, signature required for delivery, shipped to lower 48 states.
 

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bump for the weekend crowd
 

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Happy Saturday - buy some stuff!
 

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I have a couple of offers on the crossovers. If the set doesn't sell, I will offer any individual parts by order of who contacted me first.
 

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On the domes it is dust. The pictures make them look worse they they really are for some reason. I have lightly brushed them with a detailing brush, but the surface of the dome is fibrous and tends to hold onto dust. Since it doesn't effect the sound, I would rather not go to great lengths to try and remove the dust and let the future owner deal with it or not as they wish. When I take the grilles off of the tweeters, they look the same, but when I put the grilles on, you can't see the dust. It was the same way with the mids. With a normal grille on the, you wouldn't notice the dust. In any case, that is the reason why they are priced the way that they are. With grilles, they typically go for well over $200 used. I am asking only $155.
 

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