Hey guy, kind of new with this forum stuff so bear with me. This past Wednesday, I came home from classes to give my mom a ride to work, and passed some speakers up on the side of the road. At first I didn't know what they were, but once I dropped her off and turned around to get a better look I knew what I was dealing with. They had the JBL black crossover pointed out to the road, and that was the only thing that caught my eye when I passed. After about 20 minutes, I got them loaded in my truck. There were a handful of 12ax7-12at7 tubes on the ground to but no amp. Long story short, got them home, opened them up..... Just about died.....
D130 coupled with the 075. Got my meter out and started to check impedance on each, all withing their 16 ohm range and with original wax seals on the 075's. They sounded amazing once I got them hooked up. Pots are a little scratchy but what do you expect for free??? I am a little young to remember back to the designs of the 60's as I was born in late 1993 so anything is a big help to me. This would be my second 030 system so I know a little bit about them. People really don't know what they are throwing out.
Now enough about my luck, I was wondering if anyone could clue me in on what the cabinets are modeled after. I know that they are home made and a fairly decent job was done on them so I figured that it was a replica cab of something. Cabinet dimensions are 24x30x16 width x height x depth. Currently have them hooked up to a home brewed system that I have made on the cheap side. The D130's are crossed over at 150hz from the subwoofers under each cabinet. And the rest is done through the original N2400 crossover. They sound amazing!!! but on full signal, the D130's sound a little "boomy" for my likings.
Here are some picture that I hope upload when this gets posted........ Again any info would be of great help!!!!! Thanks Guys