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JBL Aquarius IV Speakers

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Item Condition: Good condition
Shipping Options: Pickup available and you can audition.,Shipping is available at agreed cost.
Suburb or Town: Lane Cove
State: NSW
Payment Method: CC, EFT, Cash, PayPal, Zip
Reason for selling: Retailer

Further Information: Today we give you a classic reborn! Dive into the rich heritage of JBL with these vintage Aquarius IV speakers, bringing the essence of the 1970s into your home. Wrapped in a timeless walnut finish, these speakers do carry the marks of their journey, adding character and authenticity to their appearance. Despite their vintage status, they've been given a new lease on life, thanks to a recent $1,000 investment in professional reconditioning by the Speaker Hospital - with a detailed invoice documenting this work to accompany your purchase.

Tech Specs at a Glance:

Series: Aquarius, renowned for its non-directional sound dispersion.

Configuration: 2-way, 2-speaker, bass reflex, ensuring a wide and immersive sound field.

Drivers: Equipped with the LE8T-2 (20 cm cone) for robust lows and the LE20-1 (5 cm cone tweeter) for crisp highs.

Design: Iconic Tall Boy type, blending seamlessly into any decor.

Impedance: 8 Ω, compatible with a wide range of amplifiers.

Crossover Frequencies: Optimized at 3 kHz (highs) and 8 kHz (lows) for balanced sound.

Power Handling: 35W (continuous program), delivering reliable performance.

Dimensions: W 250 x H 1020 x D 250 mm, a statement piece for any room.

Weight: 26 kg, a testament to its solid construction.

Experience the Aquarius IV's unique radial horn design, which projects acoustic energy in a 360° pattern, enveloping you in a broad and engaging sound field. Whether you're a vintage audio enthusiast or a lover of rich, detailed sound, these speakers are a rare find. Don't miss this opportunity to own a piece of audio history, rejuvenated for today's listening pleasure. 






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