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SOLD - FOR SALE: Bryston 10B electronic crossover - customized by Bryston for 2 way full range frequencies

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Info: Bryston 10B electronic crossover - customized by Bryston for 2 way full range frequencies

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CAD $1.00
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Condition: 9 - Excellent (?)
Date Posted: Sep 16, 17 6:19pm (PST)
Edited: Sep 16, 17 6:19pm
About Seller: Voodoo Funk
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Toronto, ON
Canada
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This unit is the standard XLR version of the 10B Sub crossover except that the Bryston factory customized it so that half the crossover frequencies are suitable for subwoofer applications and half are suitable for 2-way (large) speaker applications.

Essentially this is a Bryston 10B SUB and Bryston 10B Standard combined into one unit.

The exact selection of frequencies available are clearly silk-screened on the crossover...they are:

70, 80, 100, 200, 250, 500, 650, 750, 800, 1K0, 1K1 and 1K5.

Manufactured April 2002, customized by Bryston in 2012


Interac e-Transfer preferred. If buyer wants PayPal, buyer pays 4.5% fees. Buyer pays shipping.



Includes:

Original box, power cord.





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