EXPIRED - FOR SALE or TRADE: Metal speaker stands + other odds + sods vintage audio needs
Item #649401003Info: Metal speaker stands + other odds + sods vintage audio needs
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May 05, 18 1:05am (PST)
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Many sizes of RCA interconnects, speaker cables
Local GTA look thru and cash pick up only please
as there are way too many to list
Grey metal pair of speaker stand
Adjustable to 25 " high (max)
Adjustable tops up to 7" x 8"
Black Wood speaker stands
Base- 8" W X 10.25" D
Top Plate- 6.75" W X 8.75"D
Black Wood speaker stands
Base- 9.5" W X 9.5" D- Curved shape in front
Top Plate- 8" W X 9"D- Curved shape in front
Never used Speaker Stand Spikes (8 pc.set)
Size M8 - 8mm diameter.x 25mm Length.
Black Chromate coating to avoid corrosion.
Will be good for UK and North American speaker and equipment stands such as:
Apollo, Atacama, Target Audio, Target HiFi, Custom Design, Partington, Quadraspire, Mission, etc.
Comes in a set of 8 pcs.
+ tightening wrench is included
Unique design incorporates hex section within the one piece construction.
Pairs of round and oval 6" - 10" 8 ohm 1960's CTS Alnico Drivers with BIG square magnets
From 30's to 70's, US leading speakers manufactures were Rola,Jensen, CTS, Oxford, Utah, Magnavox,Marantz,Scott used these in their 60's and 70's consoles.
Most of these vintage drivers were taken from Organs or HiFi Consoles
All speaker pairs do work well and sound very good and clear
Also have a vintage pair stamped EMI 10" oval full range drivers
Both pairs do work and sound good
Asking from $40.00/pair.
Many Audio Cable/ Interconnects 3' to 6' from $25.00
Also BEST OFFERS on:
1 x ALTEC LANSING A3355 4 ohm Tweeter
1 x 4 inch CAMBRIDGE SOUNDWORKS
1 x REALISTIC P13-0002 J01TNT JAPANESE made 6 ohm OD driver
1 x CERWIN VEGA 2054662000 4 ohm 15W Tweeter
1 x MIRAGE CAMBER 94G65CH-01HD Tweeter
1 x PEERLESS TW-LR-10DT Tweeter
1 x Paisley Research PL5C2 051-634 Tweeter
1 x Vifa D25TG-55 / Paradigm PL8J4 5DR53006 Tweeter
1 x POLK SL5000 Tweeter
1 x TECHNICS EAS-6PH133C Tweeter
A pair of PHILIPS AD 016O/T8 Tweeters
A pair of NORTH LOUDSPEAKER CO. D2506-S Tweeters
A pair of EVER LITE HT S PK 8 ohm 20W Tweeters
A pair of TESLA ARV 3608 8 ohm Tweeters
Plus many many more assorted tweeters, mid ranges, woofer drivers
Original gaskets are still attached to the rear mounting area
All from past parted out speakers
Mostly made in the USA and Japan (OEM)
Many 8 ohm nominal, 6.4 ohm measured
30 watts nominal up to 100 watts (RMS) drivers
2 + 3-way 8 ohm crossover assemblies
L-pads, with spring type speaker terminals
From only $10.00 each
Please come over and see, as there are many bins full of these speaker parts
Also up for sale/trade are good condition used vintage spring loaded metal tube heat (cooler) shields
They are the cylinder type for 7 and 9 pin tubes for 1960 - 70's tube amps,pre amps & tuners
Tube shields are those little metal cylinders you find over the small tubes in your amplifier.
They're used to reduce the chance of picking up hum and noise.
Sometimes they're also used to hold the tubes securely into the tube sockets.
With smaller 7 - 9 pin tubes, you usually see a combination of tube socket and shield or retainer.
Probably the most common in guitar amps is the spring loaded metal shield that twist-locks to the base.
This acts as a retainer to keep the tube seated and a protective shield for the glass bulb.
It’s supposed to provide both mechanical protection and radio frequency (RF) shielding.
These tube shields will provide mechanical protection and hold the tubes in place.
The problem is that some tubes made today come very close to jamming in the raised base attached to the socket. It can be really difficult to get the tubes out and the force required to insert them is almost more than you want to apply.
As for RF shielding, you may be able to really shield a tube from RF if you used a modified shield built like a faraday cage.
However, shielding the tube may not be enough to kill hum or RF if you have nothing more than a single wire between the amp inputs and the grid of the first pre-amp.
The other 9 pin retainer used in many amps is a simple wire clip. There are 2 loops on the socket base, and a spring steel clip attaches there. When the tube is installed the wire clip is raised and slips over the top of the tube, holding it in place.
The tube has an element called a "cathode" which gives off electrons.
Electrons are attracted to a positive charge and repelled by a negative charge.
The cathode is in the center of the tube element called the "plate".
The plate has a positive charge which it uses to attract electrons.
OK, so now we have a cathode flowing electrons to the positive plate and all is well.
Then we install a tube shield that connects to the chassis which is negative in relationship to the plate.
So are the electrons that see this negative charge past the positive plate.
Also the plate and the shield form a small value capacitor.
To test this for yourself, start with the tube shields off.
That way you won't be dealing with hot tube shields later in this test.
Warm up the amp and play, listening to the tone with a critical ear.
Next put the tube shields back on.
Be careful, the tube shields will be cool but the tubes will be hot.
Do not change any settings on the audio tube amp or guitar amp and listen to the tone again.
I rest my case......
If your amp makes too much noise or does any nasty tricks with the tube shields off, do put them back on.
I think most people think they are there to protect the preamp tubes from falling out, which they also do.....
Its like when you have a long pedal chain - and that little bit of noise in the first effect is amplified and reamplified by the drives coming after it until it sounds huge.....having the sheilding covers on early in the chain reduces more noise than later in the chain...
Thats one reason they arent on the power tubes that are near the end of the gain chain in an amp....
They also hold in heat which can wear your tubes out faster I believe......
But as was stated you may not want it any brighter....
and they can keep microphonic tubes from ratttling as bad......
or over 100 pcs. for $70.00
PIONEER TS-A6933I 6" x 9" Coaxial 3-way Speakers (420W)
Size 6" x 9"
3 way component
Impedance 4 Ω
Frequency response 35 - 37,000 Hz
Sensitivity 92 dB
Maximum power input 420 W
Nominal output power 60 W
Woofer material Multilayer Mica Matrix Cone
Midrange size 57 mm
Tweeter size 11 mm
Voice Coil bobbin type Glass Imide
Weight 2.74 kg
$25.00 for the pair!
Local GTA cash pick up: Finch Ave West+Dufferin
Payment by Cash, EMT- Interac, or Money Orders accepted
Payment is by: Cash, EMT, Money Order
May 05, 18 1:07am
Hi Fi Speaker Stands for monitor/nearfields
Height : 25 inches
Top Plate : 5 x 7 (adjustable)
Metal Grey Finish
Stands weigh 12 lbs. each
Special GTA Pick Up Price is $40.00
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