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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Mike Eskimo, May 25, 2020.
Looks an M and an A ?
So far I'm stumped. Do you have a pic of the front showing the drivers?
I was thinking Universal Audio, but logo not quite right...
GOT IT; American Monitor. they were EXPENSIVE!
I envy your dumpster diving Kung fu. I want to retire too some day ....
I was going to say Marshall Amplifiers.
See page 78
Model 12XPPorted. 12" woofer, 41/2" midrange. two 2"micro -tweeters. CF: 1.500 Hz and 7,500 Hz.Controls: midrange and tweeter. Rated Z: 8.Power: min., 10; max., 100. Circuit breaker.15H x 26W x 161/2D. 57 lbs.$299.
American Monitor were known as "white van speakers".
I bought some speakers at a garage sale once, they ,might have been american monitor, they looked great, but they were awful. They were definitely white van speakers.
My JBL L166's cost less than those in 1976. I think I paid about $480 for the pair of JBL's.
Thanks guys . Going to dig into them more tomorrow . Also got probably the last receiver ever made with a phono out. About 20 speaker hookups on the back , as well as a cassette deck and CD player. Denon, Technics, and I forget.
I love vintage hi fi gear. Nostalgic and totally cool. Most of that stuff was really built to last and holds up.
I used to love those directory issues.
The king of all directory issues was the Audio Magazine October Annual Equipment Directory. Its arrival every year was an EVENT.
I have a pair of ADS L710s mentioned on the same page in 1976.