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    What in the HLA are These

    More repair goodies that are in the shop.

    Pair of JBL-HLA subs from the late 1980s.

    Trap boxs loaded with 2-2242 speakers.Fiberglass construction,48" hi 30" deep flyable with the integeral "space frame".

    As I remember them they were pretty potent.Now I"ll get a chance to test them.

    Enjoy,Oldmics
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    Nice. What kind of repair do they need?

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    We are reconing all 4 of the 2242s.

    Good for business

    Bad for customers wallet

    Oldmics

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    If you load the boxes and test them, let us know what you think!

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    Are the HLA 4897 made in two different versions? I have seen one looking like this:

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    new try:
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    Oldmics, you sure these are late 80,s vintage? I remember the HLA series coming out in the 90,s.
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    Scott

    You are correct.

    It was the mid 90s.

    My recent birthday and advancing old age is to blame.

    Or perhaps-Just stupidity Time certainly is flying by.

    Oldmics

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldmics View Post
    Scott

    You are correct.

    It was the mid 90s.

    My recent birthday and advancing old age is to blame.

    Or perhaps-Just stupidity Time certainly is flying by.

    Oldmics
    Its cool. I just remember the HLA around 95, I figured it was a typo anyway!

    scottyj

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