Mystery Speakers

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Almost look like minor Lott’s but the clips are at the bottom so no idea.

Crack em open and see what the drivers are.
 

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I pulled one of the woofers this morning real quick, said "Taiwan" on the back. They are both woofers too, no passives. Also square head (Robertson) screws holding the drivers in. I cant imagine these will sound good, the foam on the woofers are starting to let go
 

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Back of one of the Mids

Probably no name department store OEMs which is surprising, because they were powered by a decent mid 80s JVC av receiver, Pioneer bookshelf speakers as the "B" system, Fisher "Studio Standard" components.....
 

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Maybe a "local" designed the cabinets using what driver he could get at the time?

They might sound better than crap...
 

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Eh these sound like crap. I was going to re purpose one as a big boombox but they aren't up to par for even that. They will meet they're demise when I fix the shorted channel on my GFA-555
 

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#10
Kyle: Those speakers are being over-driven. Oh well, I would have saved them until your next wiener roast.

Nando.
 
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