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    Question Lansing L75 Minuet value?

    I found a neat looking pair of small lattice-grilled speakers at a yard sale for $20. Was that a good deal? What might they be worth? They look pretty good and sound great. I have been interested in vintage audio for a few years now, but have no knowledge of Altec, Lansing, or JBL. Any help from forum members would be greatly appreciated. The back label reads "James B. Lansing L75 Minuet".

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    Re: Lansing L75 Minuet value?

    Originally posted by fastlane
    I found a neat looking pair of small lattice-grilled speakers at a yard sale for $20. Was that a good deal? What might they be worth? They look pretty good and sound great. I have been interested in vintage audio for a few years now, but have no knowledge of Altec, Lansing, or JBL. Any help from forum members would be greatly appreciated. The back label reads "James B. Lansing L75 Minuet".
    Hi fastlane,
    welcome to the forum.....this speaker houses the LE8T, a fullrange speaker, and a PR 8 passive radiator.
    Few weeks ago a pair went in ebay for 350$. So it seems that you made a very good deal.

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    Re: Re: Lansing L75 Minuet value?

    Originally posted by Hofmannhp
    ...it seems that you made a very good deal.
    Although, to realize it, you'll have to resurround those LE8T's, at the least, and get some help from the often-absent Audiobeer on cabinet refurbishing. But done right, they can look, and sound right!
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    Cool Thanks

    Thanks for your help.

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    I'm here! Hey I was going through some old papers and found a Dealer Price list for Altec 1967 line. pretty cool! They had a pic of the Voice of the theater in walnut for about $475!

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