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Craigus
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For Sale: HDT Towers
04/15/11 at 22:36:08
 
Hi,

My HDT Towers are for sale/pickup in the California Bay Area. The speakers are in unfinished MDF, made by a professional furniture maker.

They are fully functional, but without drivers because I moved them (DF-8's) to the new speakers - Carfrae Little Big Horns. This gives you the flexibility to put in the driver you want, but the holes are already there if you want to use the DFR-8's (highly recommended).

The price is $450.

Contact me if you would like to see or hear them, I can temporarily move the DF-8's back into the cabinets for you. Please contact me for pictures or more specifics.

Craig
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Re: For Sale: HDT Towers
Reply #1 - 04/16/11 at 17:11:30
 
Great price. Congrats on the Carfraes. Beautiful speakers. I kinda have my heart set on ERRs for the home system, otherwise I would be driving down today!

If you don't mind my asking, how did you come by your LBHs? Did you get them from Creation or some other source, and flat-pack or built?

Cheers!
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Reply #2 - 04/18/11 at 22:51:07
 
Hi,

The LBH's were built for me by a couple local furniture makers. It was a very expensive and long term project, but in the end the results "sound" great.

I think Creation is actually the better way to go because they use CNC milling which avoids all the non-linearities on the exterior surface that take FOREVER to smooth out. I suppose this roughness on the inside may have its acoustical advantages in my case, but the outside definitely had a low WAF until I spent about $3K to get them "smoothed" out, hence the second furniture maker (the first one was burned out by this point).

Craig
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