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    Default MERIDIAN M2 active speakers & stands

    .... the buyer thought they had a usb connection FfS

    I’m very liable to change my mind about letting one of you enjoy these.
    They sound absolutely wonderful to myself and all who hear them .
    All original drivers etc and on their original adjustable stands.
    These are not mint cosmetically though they are perfectly acceptable in their listening positions .
    I have included photos of the worse bits, I’ll add that I’m considered a fussy bugger.
    Snooze you lose ....ok ?
    Oh and I’ve fitted new acoustic transparent fabric to their grills too.
    Tweeters diffraction foam now removed , little bits of the black veneer on the baffles have come off ( common on these )
    Collection and demo only at Milton Keynes.
    I’d like £400. Price dropped. please PM if interested
    Have a great day .




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    Last edited by struth; 31-05-2018 at 17:23.

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    Fabulous speakers, will never part with mine, good luck with the sale:-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Si74 View Post
    Fabulous speakers, will never part with mine, good luck with the sale:-)
    Cheers ... shit Iím getting cold feet now already


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    Quote Originally Posted by andyrlb View Post
    Iím very liable to change my mind about letting one of you enjoy these.
    They sound absolutely wonderful to myself and all who hear them .
    All original drivers etc and on their original adjustable stands.
    These are not mint cosmetically though they are perfectly acceptable in their listening positions .
    I have included photos of the worse bits, Iíll add that Iím considered a fussy bugger.
    Snooze you lose ....ok ?
    Oh and Iíve fitted new acoustic transparent fabric to their grills too.
    Tweeters diffraction foam now removed , little bits of the black veneer on the baffles have come off ( common on these )
    Collection and demo only at Milton Keynes.
    Iíd like £450 please PM if interested
    Have a great day .




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    Could a moderator please correct the title ? Iíve no idea whatís happened there !


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    Bump £400


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    Great old speakers these.
    Regards,
    Grant ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    Great old speakers these.
    No usb or Bluetooth though


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    I bet these sound great, I had some M3's a while ago and the sounds they produced out of a small cabinet was incredible. A brief fling admittedly but still great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Parcelmonkey View Post
    I bet these sound great, I had some M3's a while ago and the sounds they produced out of a small cabinet was incredible. A brief fling admittedly but still great.
    Pm sent mate .


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    You have to put a serious pre-amp in front of these to realise how special they are. I lived with them more than happily for 20 years, put them in the cupboard for years to :upgrade? Took them out and stuck a pre on that cost mutiples of what they did and realised I had done them an injustice for all those years. For what they sell for, there is nothing that comes remotely close to this day!

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