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Very Rare Sansui SP-300 Stereo Speakers - $500 (Penticton)

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Paris near Brandon
condition: good
make / manufacturer: Sansui
model name / number: SP-300
size / dimensions: 27½" High x 18" Wide x 16½" Deep
The SP-300 series were the biggest and best speakers Sansui made in the late 1960s. A great find for the discriminating audiophile. One owner since being purchased from the House of Stein on December 31st, 1967. The speakers are in original condition, with all crossovers, potentiometers, etc., original. The switches and potentiometers on the back for controlling the balance sound of the midrange and tweeters are clean and quiet. They are fully functional and sound fantastic.

I hate to part with them, but my spouse of 40 years won't let me keep all of my sets of speakers as we move into an independent living environment (if I pass away before they are sold, she'll probably give them to you for free, along with all the rest of my stereo gear).

SPECIFICATIONS
Speakers:
. Woofer: - 30cm (12") diameter, using 8 magnets
. Midrange: - Horn-type speaker with built-in driver unit.
. Tweeter: - Two (2) square horn-type
Maximum Input: - 50 Watts
Overall Impedance: - 8 ohms
Frequency Response: - 30 Hz to 20,000 Hz
Crossover Frequency:
. Low to midrange: - 1,000 Hz
. Midrange to Highs: - 6,000 Hz
Dimensions:
. Height: - 27½ inches
. Width: - 18 inches
. Depth: - 16½ inches
Weight: - 78½ Pounds

These speakers are 27½" high x 18" wide x 16½" deep and weigh 78½ Pounds each. Obviously, there is no reasonable method of shipping them long distances, therefore they are only available for pick-up in Penticton. Occasionally I travel to Kelowna and Vancouver, so depending on my schedule, I could deliver them to a location along the way to either city (if you're willing to wait 'til my next planned trip).

See the photos, above, to view the condition of the cabinets. In addition I've scanned in the original Sansui brochure and Maintenance Manual that came with the original purchase.

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