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I posted a thread a few weeks back asking about some RGF speakers. I ended up sawing into them to find out what they comprised. As I stated prior, I they sound very good to my novice ears. With the help of member named msorbe, I realized that these were acoustic suspension speakers and he encouraged me to open them up... so, here's what i found... Seas 30wk woofer, an unmarked mid-range and 2 unmarked tweeters (except the mids
say made in denmark). the crossover is marked 3 way crossover type H 802

can anyone help me realize their worth? My hobby is to find these speakers in local thrift stores. I then clean the wood/vaneer the outside with some elbow grease and tender loving care. Then i usually listen to them for a month or two and enjoy their beauty. I tend to really enjoy the vinatge looks and classic woodworking designs, but enjoy the sound too. I'm just not a expert in hearing nor describing speakers the way most folks do on this forum...

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Topic - SEAS Speakers - - Audio Wanna Be 16:44:54 11/12/08 (1)


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