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Wanted Always looking for vintage 15" Tannoy speakers in really, REALLY big (huge) enclosures - the bigger the better !

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ronniemarker

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Hello Everyone -

just trying my luck here......as always, I am seeking / looking for vintage 15" Tannoy loudspeakers in really large (huge) enclosures (cabinets).....

I already have a 15" in the York rectangular enclosure (fairly big) and another in the deep GRF enclosure (big and heavy)....but, I would like
something even larger (there are still several larger standard vintage Tannoy enclosures !) - I guess a slight case of NEVER being content and satisfied !

Do give me a bell if anyone knows of or has something - thanks (in advance) and all the best !

Kindly,

Ronnie Marker
Mumbai
 

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Teak Autograph recommend.
Japan made.
Best cabinet for vintige Tannoy.
Teak is authorized by tannoy.
 

ronniemarker

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Teak Autograph recommend.
Japan made.
Best cabinet for vintige Tannoy.
Teak is authorized by tannoy.


Hi -

Teak is a veneer.........as is walnut........the cabinets are (were) always made with plywood of different (varying)
thicknesses....................for VINTAGE Tannoys, one only ever had the options (choices) of Tannoy-built and
supplied enclosures; OR, occasionally ones from other suppliers such as Lockwood who had Tannoy's tacit
blessings..........of course, the world over, DIY'ers dabbled with their own designs, plans, etc. often times to
achieve good results.........but, with a view to keeping things "original", my preference would be to obtain
a "real" Tannoy built / supplied cabinet, that is, IF I am to ever get so lucky ! Thanks, nevertheless, for your
kind inputs,

Regards,
 

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I have Tannoy Monitor Red 15" drivers which need reconing and rectangular GRF Cabinets done to the exact specs lept in packed condition as I jave relocated from a large bangalow at Kerala to a twp bedroom apt in Hyderabad. Moreover, I'm not in town and commute only on weekends.

Wifey wants me to get rid of them as they're occupying precious real estate. Make me am offer that I can't refuse. ;-)
 

ronniemarker

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I have Tannoy Monitor Red 15" drivers which need reconing and rectangular GRF Cabinets done to the exact specs lept in packed condition as I jave relocated from a large bangalow at Kerala to a twp bedroom apt in Hyderabad. Moreover, I'm not in town and commute only on weekends.

Wifey wants me to get rid of them as they're occupying precious real estate. Make me am offer that I can't refuse. ;-)


Hi -

thanks for responding..............too much to ask / inquire about your "offer" - is it possible at all that we speak ? [because I can speak / hear and
process info FASTER than I can type !]. Either I could phone you; or, if you prefer it, you can ring me when you have some spare time - fine with me either way! Nevertheless, thanks for writing and I look forward to speaking !

Warm Regards,

Ronnie K. Marker
Mumbai
 
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