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    Re: FS: Coustic Design Reference stuff

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    Got any other car/home audio gear? I've got a Dali Ikon Vokal 1 Center channel with your name on it, and I'm local. Lets meet up sometime!
    The stuff in my Signature..
    A Kenwood Excelon x911 series HU
    As far as home audio goes.. I have nothing right now(I'm wanting to give up). That center is really nice though, I'm looking for a cheap setup for an apartment right now as I'm moving temporarily until I find a bigger place and get settled in. Already have a polk system but that's being used somewhere else right now.

    I head up to Longview/Kelso quite a bit though...that's pretty close to you, right?







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    Re: FS: Coustic Design Reference stuff

    Quote Originally Posted by cfox10 View Post
    The stuff in my Signature..
    A Kenwood Excelon x911 series HU
    As far as home audio goes.. I have nothing right now(I'm wanting to give up). That center is really nice though, I'm looking for a cheap setup for an apartment right now as I'm moving temporarily until I find a bigger place and get settled in. Already have a polk system but that's being used somewhere else right now.

    I head up to Longview/Kelso quite a bit though...that's pretty close to you, right?
    Well I also have a Klipsch KSC-C1, which may be more along the lines of what you're looking for.

    I'm South of Longview, so it would be on your way up there from Albany



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    Re: FS: Coustic Design Reference stuff

    Quote Originally Posted by Suicide Bobb View Post
    Well I also have a Klipsch KSC-C1, which may be more along the lines of what you're looking for.

    I'm South of Longview, so it would be on your way up there from Albany
    Right now I'm mostly interested in getting a nice receiver/amp. You do have some nice speakers though.




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    Re: FS: Coustic Design Reference stuff

    Quote Originally Posted by cfox10 View Post
    Right now I'm mostly interested in getting a nice receiver/amp. You do have some nice speakers though.
    What about a Yamaha R100? It's exactly like the one in the following pic, but its the black metal casing version, instead of the silver face and wood cabinet version. It's rated at 100wpc, probably does more. Sounds fantastic, and it's in 9/10 condition (it's missing the remote though)




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    Re: FS: Coustic Design Reference stuff

    Quote Originally Posted by Suicide Bobb View Post
    What about a Yamaha R100? It's exactly like the one in the following pic, but its the black metal casing version, instead of the silver face and wood cabinet version. It's rated at 100wpc, probably does more. Sounds fantastic, and it's in 9/10 condition (it's missing the remote though)
    Love the system... have a family member with one of those, sounds amazing, very warm, and good power. Unfortunately, I'm looking for a *cringe* 'target' or 'walmart' *double cringe* system that has HDMI or digital audio inputs, honestly it's for the girlfriend. She said she wants me to get a surround sound system, Xbox 360, and upgrade our LCD tv to a bigger one.. so, that's mostly why I'm selling this amp.. I'd try selling locally but it seems nobody around here (CL) understands a quality amp over a walmart amp that has 3000 watts slapped all over it. So, locally I'd be lucky to get $50 for it, because it'll be posted next to a '3000w' dual amp for $65.




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    Re: FS: Coustic Design Reference stuff

    Nobody wants to buy??
    Don't be shy, throw me some offers.




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    Re: FS: Coustic Design Reference stuff

    Quote Originally Posted by cfox10 View Post
    Love the system... have a family member with one of those, sounds amazing, very warm, and good power. Unfortunately, I'm looking for a *cringe* 'target' or 'walmart' *double cringe* system that has HDMI or digital audio inputs, honestly it's for the girlfriend. She said she wants me to get a surround sound system, Xbox 360, and upgrade our LCD tv to a bigger one.. so, that's mostly why I'm selling this amp.. I'd try selling locally but it seems nobody around here (CL) understands a quality amp over a walmart amp that has 3000 watts slapped all over it. So, locally I'd be lucky to get $50 for it, because it'll be posted next to a '3000w' dual amp for $65.
    Oh ok, I see. And yeah, CL is never a good place to sell quality car audio equipment.



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    when i see small subs i just think of a girl, 12s = teenagers, 15s = man, 18 = King Kong Mandingo Warrior

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    Re: FS: Coustic Design Reference stuff

    Bump before bed.




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    Re: FS: Coustic Design Reference stuff

    Also have this 4 channel amp for sale if interested.. shoot me an offer via pm
    http://www.coustic.com/support/pdfs/AMP-420x.PDF

    Will also take picture with use name/date etc. upon request to see the amp/ if somebody inquires about it.




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    Re: FS: Coustic Design Reference stuff

    bump
    nobody wants to make an offer?




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    Re: FS: Coustic Design Reference stuff

    $130 + S&H

    This is an awesome amp guys..




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    Re: FS: Coustic Design Reference stuff

    bumpity bump




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    Re: FS: Coustic Design Reference stuff

    bump

    willing to entertain anything right now.. let me know




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    Re: FS: Coustic Design Reference stuff

    Whats this rated at? I may snag this.



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    Re: FS: Coustic Design Reference stuff

    Quote Originally Posted by whitedragon551 View Post
    Whats this rated at? I may snag this.
    Here is a PDF with description...
    http://www.coustic.com/support/pdfs/AMP-510DR.pdf
    The amp is 100 x 2 @ 4ohm, 2 ohm stable in stereo and mono. Underrated amp.




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