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    Join Date: May 2016

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    Default FS: Kef reference 103

    In beautiful condition, recapped and a new baffle gasket fitted.
    Very heavy for their size .
    Collection from Milton Keynes
    £250


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    I've heard 103's on a number of occasions..and they have a big heart..and at £250.00 are keenly priced too...glws..
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    Quote Originally Posted by mad-moon View Post
    I've heard 103's on a number of occasions..and they have a big heart..and at £250.00 are keenly priced too...glws..
    Thanks Alan, I agree they do have a big sound and plenty of bass , too much for our 2x2m box room I bought them for.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mad-moon View Post
    I've heard 103's on a number of occasions..and they have a big heart..and at £250.00 are keenly priced too...glws..
    +1. I love mine. Don't think I would part with them. These look in great condition too. Good luck with sale Andrew. A nice bit of vintage kit for someone

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    Friday bump , free stands included ....


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    Fantastic looking speakers - have a free bump on me!

    Andy is also a top bloke to boot who is always welcoming with a cup of coffee!

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    Never heard those '103' Im guessing they are late 70's about the time the 'AB' version of the '104' came out? What i really like is that old wide cabinets, shallow depth you saw about that time..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weeman1973 View Post
    Fantastic looking speakers - have a free bump on me!

    Andy is also a top bloke to boot who is always welcoming with a cup of coffee!
    Thank you Russ , very kind of you .


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    Quote Originally Posted by Made in 1968 View Post
    Never heard those '103' Im guessing they are late 70's about the time the 'AB' version of the '104' came out? What i really like is that old wide cabinets, shallow depth you saw about that time..
    I think they first appeared around 1975- Great sounding, full and rich with a smooth top. That T52 dome tweeter is massive!

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    Iím prepared to meet if that helps


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