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    Who owns Vintage trouser flappers? Post your pickkies here if so.

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    How old would you call vintage?
    Got some DM2's, Goodmans Magnum K2's and Linn Saras.
    Mark

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    Well here are my Leak 2075s shoe-horned into my listening room and dwarfing my Ferrograph S1s (that's one on the right!).

    Needless to say, they don't live in there normally...
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    301/Puresound 2A3/quite large Grf cab horny ones.Eminence/Coral/Le cleach

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    301/Puresound 2A3/quite large Grf cab horny ones.Eminence/Coral/Le cleach

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    What do you think of the Ardens?Got a pair given years ago,but they need re-foaming,and I dare not tackle them myself!!
    Have a pair of Pioneer HPM100's,Kef 104/2,Quad ESL 57's and 63's,B&W DM4,7,and 12's(i think),Castle harlech's and a pair of Leak 20**...not much room in the house left!
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    Very good.
    They work very well in my room.
    Nice and easy to drive,just using a 15 watt el 84 with far more power than i need.

    Not everyones taste lookwise but i love 70's early 80s looking gear.

    Well worth you getting them sorted.
    If you don't like them you will double your money (minimum) for what the reconing costs at lockwood.
    301/Puresound 2A3/quite large Grf cab horny ones.Eminence/Coral/Le cleach

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    These big enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dingdong View Post
    How old would you call vintage?


    Well even tho i suppose the 80's can be vintage i was kinda thinking no later than 70's

    However here's mine




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    They look reasonably pretty. Mine kind of look their best with the grilles on. Will get camera out in a bit.
    Mark

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