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    Default Spendor SP2s

    Bargain alert*** These do not come up very often!

    http://www.retrotechaudio.co.uk/spen...---160118.html

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    Ooh very nice

    If only I needed some speakers .......

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    My wife adores our SP1s....she wont let me sell them!

    If the SP2 is similar it will be a lovely speaker for someone.

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    I am actually tempted by some SP1s myself but my room is not really big enough:-(

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    if you can ....go for it.

    Try and get the open stands on castors if possible.

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    The Spendor SP2's have sold. That was quick.

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    I had a pair of SP1/2 for a short while.
    Beautiful tonality, very natural - but dynamically they were a good cure for insomnia as far as I was concerned.

    Jerry

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    Quote Originally Posted by jandl100 View Post
    I had a pair of SP1/2 for a short while.
    Beautiful tonality, very natural - but dynamically they were a good cure for insomnia as far as I was concerned.

    What do you use now Jerry?

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    I'm not surprised they've sold so quickly because the price was very very low especially bearing in mind the apparent superb cosmetic condition.What a bargain!
    The only proviso I would have is the issue of the ferrofluid in the tweeter bearing in mind the age and the possible stiffening of the roll surround in the bass/mid unit affecting bottom end performance again due to age which appears can be an issue with some older Spendors. I have the much newer SP2/3r2 but I would have certainly considered the older version if it hadn't been for the aforementioned possible performance issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 57charles View Post
    I'm not surprised they've sold so quickly because the price was very very low especially bearing in mind the apparent superb cosmetic condition.What a bargain!
    The only proviso I would have is the issue of the ferrofluid in the tweeter bearing in mind the age and the possible stiffening of the roll surround in the bass/mid unit affecting bottom end performance again due to age which appears can be an issue with some older Spendors. I have the much newer SP2/3r2 but I would have certainly considered the older version if it hadn't been for the aforementioned possible performance issues.
    The tweeters are still available new - 50 each!

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