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    Quote Originally Posted by subwoof View Post
    I think I have a couple sets..lemme look.
    Cool, thanks

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    A pair of 2405 would be nice
    My avatar: 4520 loaded with 2225H on E140 frames,
    1x B&C 12PE32 on custom front loaded horn, 2x 2426 on 2370.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eaulive View Post
    A pair of 2405 would be nice
    Message me.

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    Nice score Mike!!
    Always fun learning more.......

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    I'd say the Ubangis are the biggest/heaviest cabs I've ever had to move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikebake View Post
    I'd say the Ubangis are the biggest/heaviest cabs I've ever had to move.
    That's why casters were invented. Build a tray with heavy duty casters underneath. Get a pair of straps. I am glad you managed to put your hands on those Unbangis.

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    We had two pairs of modern four wheel heavy duty furniture dollies; made it easier but there was still a LOT of lifting and carrying.

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    Should I salvage that monster Bose 1801 amp?

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    Yes.
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    Nice score!

    And yes, the Bose 1801 amp is regarded highly by some.


    I think someone else designed that amp, not sure though and my memory is not what it used to be.


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    Market test: run of the mill 375's brought $1300/pair. Gold lenses, $600. 2405's about $100 each. H5039 horns $275. LE15B's $225 each. Didn't want to really put them back in use; no room, no time. I did bring home the Bose 1801 80 lb. amp, too. Owner said it had some bad transistors! Parts amp, I guess. If interested, PM me.

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    Bose 1801

    Quote Originally Posted by mikebake View Post
    I did bring home the Bose 1801 80 lb. amp, too. Owner said it had some bad transistors! Parts amp, I guess. If interested, PM me.
    Even not working the amp should fetch some decent $$$ on e-bay.

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    This is what this stuff brought last week, not an offer to sell, sorry for any confusion.
    Quote Originally Posted by mikebake View Post
    Market test: run of the mill 375's brought $1300/pair. Gold lenses, $600. 2405's about $100 each. H5039 horns $275. LE15B's $225 each. Didn't want to really put them back in use; no room, no time. I did bring home the Bose 1801 80 lb. amp, too. Owner said it had some bad transistors! Parts amp, I guess. If interested, PM me.

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