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    A LE14A is a LE14A is a LE14A

    If a LE14A is re-coned with a LE14H-1 kit, what do you call the resulting unit?
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    LE14A-1?

    Should we start a poll with several choices for names?

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    Yes!

    Quote Originally Posted by Giskard
    LE14A-1?

    Should we start a poll with several choices for names?
    We should!
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    i would still call it an le-14a. since a stands for alnico you didnt go and change that, and the h for the kit stands for 8ohm. I guess i'll keep it going with LE-14a-1

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