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    Quote Originally Posted by spkrman57 View Post
    Mike,

    Let me know if you do unload all those spkrs.

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    Ron, what are you interested in?

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    Name:  4560 drivers.jpg
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    The 4560's have 12's in them, not 15's. Photo attached. Cannot move cab/remove driver so will have to surmise what driver this is. There are 4 of these 4560's with these 12's in them. If you are interested in the drivers and /or cabs, PM me.

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    E120?

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    Name:  RCA horn drivers.jpg
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    Need help from the brains; this shows the 15's that are loaded in the RCA Ubangi horns. Best guess? These were loaded in the later 70's/mid 80's I think.

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    Name:  fuzzy lens and driver.jpg
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Size:  44.4 KBAnd then at another location..........
    Hmmmm.
    Come to papa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikebake View Post
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    Hmmmm.
    Come to papa.
    Looks like you struck GOLD! Hope that's a 375 stuck to that. Question is, what's under it?

    Lookin' good. Maybe you could bring a video camera and walk around with it (Mike the American Picker!) so we could see what's there? Gosh, plenty of likely stuff for everyone. Sure would like some of those old porcelain or metal advertising signs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikebake View Post
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    Need help from the brains; this shows the 15's that are loaded in the RCA Ubangi horns. Best guess? These were loaded in the later 70's/mid 80's I think.
    Looks like ribbed cones, probably 2225H or 2226H's or similar for sound reinforcement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikebake View Post
    Well, well, well. It gets more interesting. Some photos coming. Also, the gent told me that 7 years ago a guy came and bought all the "old RCA speakers whch were in storage, and RCA amps in the projection room, and there was some REALLY old stuff up in the attic that he bought. He scrounged everything, and paid me $7000. He was building a new theatre from the ground up in Ohio, name was Wilson". Wonder what all he found.
    Couldn't be that hard to find some history of recent theatre builds or openings in Ohio, especially since it's only been in the last 7 years - likely the build or announcement is somewhere on the internet or newspapers. Maybe he didn't use everything...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikebake View Post
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    Hmm, looks a bit small for a 375 diameter wise from that angle, but the label will surely tell. Is there more than just one horn, lens, driver?
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    The four bolt mounting pattern certainly indicates it a two inch throat driver.
    If we knew what the hell we were doing, we wouldn't call it research would we.

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    Says 375 on the back!

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