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I have a pair of dark green ceramic 4.0s that I might be willing to trade for or sell, send me a PM or email if you're interested.
Quote from: dhwilkin on 7 Dec 2009, 02:48 pmI have a pair of dark green ceramic 4.0s that I might be willing to trade for or sell, send me a PM or email if you're interested.have you got a picture of those 4.0s?
A few members have successfully purchased sets of Marble and Ceramic 4.0s in the last couple of yearsYou will probably have to check into AC more than every couple of years to grab some
At a gathering at my house in 2004, Jackmans Ellis 1801's sounded better than my marble 9.0'sI had Dennis Murphy redue the crossovers and they sound much better.Mr. Murphy designed the xo in the 1801's and he designs the xo's in many Salk speakers.
Why are you so hot for these speakers? If it's the look, I can understand your facination. I've owned and have auditioned several pairs of nOrh speakers over the years. While the drivers and cabinets are (were?) relatively high quality, the crossover design was never great. Dennis Murphy helped fix the 9's, which measured very poorly. Good drivers and cabinets don't make up for bad design. Unless you are sold on the looks, you can do so much better than nORh for very little money. I picked up a pair of inexpensive Pioneer speakers for $99 delivered that probably sound better than the 4's. If you are looking for some good, inexpensive speakers, and don't want to do DIY, you should check out the cheap SVS speakers. The xovers for these were designed by Phil Bamberg when he worked there and I'm certain they are better designed and sounding than anything you can get from nOrh. For $150, they are a steal:http://www.svsound.com/speakers/s-series/sbs-02
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