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Product Brand & Model:
Dynaudio MD100
Dynaudio MW160
x250 crossovers


Condition of all items:
Used


Total Price: :
$500 shipped to the continental US


Shipping Terms: :
UPS Ground


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Additional info:

I am selling these as a favor for a friend. He runs a local shop and took these in on a trade with a customer.

Things to note: The customer installed the speakers, taped the speaker/grills, and then spraypainted the outer lip on the speakers. From what I could see, there was no overspray on the mids. I couldn't get a good enough look at the tweeters to confirm, but they seemed fine.

One of the tweeters has a small dent in the grill. It's not deep, the dome is untouched, but wanted to make note. On the same tweeter, one of the terminals is broken off, but there's plenty of metal to solder a pigtail.

Crossovers seem perfect. He has original grills and boxes coming to him from the owner, if he doesn't have them already.

Pricing is $500 shipped for everything, however he is willing to split the set up and sell separately.

PM with offers.


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yeah, i guess it is a little hard to see in the 2nd tweeter pic, but you have about 1/16 - 1/8" of metal sticking up from the plastic. There is a gap around the tab, which makes soldering a lead that much easier. Will post pic as soon as it's received.
 
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