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    JBL 4671-OK opinion ???

    Have a chance to pick up one of these for a good price from a local church......the second one is still mounted on the wall and wont be available for a week or 2...

    I know NOTHING abt these ....can someone clue me in to pertinent nfo/value ??

    b4 posting a "search/do your homework" post , I have...but find some conflicting
    opinions on these and not really a conscientious.
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    Are they the fake woodgrain ones with 2 Woofers and 1 horn? If so they are great garage speakers and wort $300 a pair. (My Opinion)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Audiobeer View Post
    Are they the fake woodgrain ones with 2 Woofers and 1 horn? If so they are great garage speakers and wort $300 a pair. (My Opinion)
    I found this

    Quote Originally Posted by edgewound View Post
    Hi leif,

    4671OK is an Oak grain enclosure. 15" 2 way. 2225H, 2426J/2370, 3110A network. Utility sound reinforcement, typically in houses of worship, schools, theater, etc.
    and this
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    Not what I was thinking. I have no ideal of the price. I would say whatever the drivers are worth.

    http://www.jblpro.com/pub/obsolete/Theater_Systems1.pdf

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    I thought you had these in mind, The Ok designation is the only ones I have ever seen in this tag

    http://www.jblpro.com/pub/obsolete/4612ok.pdf

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    picked up the first one...second is 25 feet in the air awaiting a crew to pull it down, so will get it next week...they had some QSC amps, Control 5's and Raine EQ's too , but too late.
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    Nice! OK, gotta ask........What did you have to give for them?

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    Having a bitch of a time trying to remove the drivers so as to get the I-bolts out of the bottom of the cabs....tried all the standard methods that I know, but NO JOY....

    suggestions anybody ???

    tried dropping 3 or 4 inches on their face (rolled up towel under edge)
    tried tapping with a rubber mallet on the basket face
    tried tapping on the basket side

    and YES, TD ...the bolts ARE out...
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    not-too-thick (1/4-1/2") block of wood, wide-bladed screwdriver (leverage on 2225 frame, and keeps from marring
    the baffle)

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpy View Post
    not-too-thick (1/4-1/2") block of wood, wide-bladed screwdriver (leverage on 2225 frame, and keeps from marring
    the baffle)
    thanx Grumpy ...that worked

    once I got the horn out , put that short piece of wood over the internal brace and under the woofer and pushed..it popped right up ,,,,gaskets were holding it all down.

    got the I-bolts out of the bottom so it sits flat now.

    dont know why Google couldnt find the PDF last time I tried, but it did today.....103 pounds, now I know why its such a bear moving around...
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    Well, after ONLY 4 months of waiting, I got the call that the church has finally retrieved my other 4671 out of their rafters and I can come get it soon....never put signal to the single that I have, so the big audition is coming
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    Reunited

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    drug the 2nd 4671-OK home yesterday ....prefect timing , a CL buyer was coming over to pick up my 4406's and he helped me carry it (103 pounds) into the house.

    They are too big to set up on my normal demo system, so slid them into my sons old bedroom where his little Denon 60 wpc receiver is still setup. Still had his little 22 ga. wires..so I used them.

    The speakers are sold as SR, but I was quite impressed with their musicality. They can be punchy when called for...the Ti horn is really nice and detailed...smooth..I think they would respond well to better source than the Nano and more power...

    http://www.jblpro.com/pub/obsolete/4671ok.pdf

    was there a consumer version of this model ???
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