Price is FIRM. Shipping to the Continental United States of America, only. No sales or replies to foreign countries, and no sales to G-Mail users or persons writing from or residing in the Tri-State Area (New York, New Jersey, Connecticut). A Non-Refundable 10% Deposit Required via PayPal prior to date of pick up if you pick up these speakers in person. Balance in USD Cash, only, upon pick-up, and no PayPal if picked up. PayPal accepted if shipped. All costs and any other expenses borne by buyer.
Completely rebuilt / refurbished to JBL specifications. No nicks, no scratches, no gouges, and all parts are absolutely genuine JBL. These 18Ti speakers were designed by JBL to withstand up to 200wpc. All JBL "Ti" speakers, including these, had the same Titanium dome tweeters. Incredibly realistic sound and imaging for the home stereo hobbyist.
Thank you for looking and reading. BestSound
P.S. The JBL 250Ti speakers are NOT for sale. But, if you want larger, more powerful speakers, please inquire about my expensive, fully rebuilt and gorgeous, JBL 120Ti speakers. Will send photos and price upon request. They will cost you more than $1,200.00.
And then, there are people like this (see link, below) who have no understanding of fine speakers like the "JBL Ti" series of JBL speakers who think they can install just any Drivers into the cabinets to make it "look" like a JBL 120Ti speaker, and who have no understanding of acoustics and design, but are so in need of selling "anything" that they attempt to make it "look like" the real thing when, in fact, it isn't, and wants you to believe there is no acoustic difference!! At the link below, you'll see a ruined pair of otherwise great speakers. The seller has used a "painted" black aluminum .044 tweeter and an incorrect midrange driver!! Why paint it black? Does he not think the midrange driver won't sound improper? There was an acoustic purpose for JBL's design to use the correct drivers, and not these "other" drivers. And, in using the incorrect tweeter, he had to have drilled out the mounting holes in the aluminum tweeters to make them fit into the cabinets. Also, the aluminum dome is incorrect; i.e., the Titanium domes had manufacturing "pleats" for strength that the aluminum domes didn't have. But, because the seller had: these different drivers on his shelf and wouldn't buy the correct drivers, succeeding to ruin otherwise great speakers. It's the same thing as if he used the wrong strings on a Stadivarius Violin. Oh, and instead of saying "customized" in his ad, he is advertising them as what they are NOT - - JBL 120Ti. Obviously, he doesn't know what the "Ti" means or stands for. Yet, he thinks he can get $1,100.00! His so-called speakers may as well be made in China!! JUNK!! And, the worst thing is that if you buy them, and then later wish to sell them, you'd be perpetrating and continuing the FRAUD! Care to play "Hot Potato"? Who will get stuck with those fakes - - him or you? http://www.ebay.com/itm/JBL-120TI-speaker-PAIR-/253127364970?hash=item3aef91116a:g:OFoAAOSwcndZqLc4
Of course, my JBL 18Ti speakers are 100% genuine and, of course, include their original grilles. As you can see from the photos, there are no holes and no "pulls." You will be proud to display these speakers and be thrilled with their sound, as JBL intended.
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