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Hi,I actually still have a pair of Cosmic speakers and a working LAB 3000 series amp, though I haven't used either in years. I've changed the tweeters over time to much smaller 2 inchers. But I can say the sound pales in comparison to what I have today. That's probably because the caps in the amp and speakers have dried out. It's been too expensive to have them replaced at todays prices. Guess time takes its toll on everything.
Too expensive to get what replaced? The caps? They are inexpensive unless you are thinking fancypants "audiophool" capsThat's probably because the caps in the amp and speakers have dried out. It's been too expensive to have them replaced at todays prices. Guess time takes its toll on everything.
Please clean them & take some photo's PLEASEHi guys!
Well for starters I tried to locate my LAB3000 but unfortunately it was buried under a few tons of dust and grime. And so were the speakers! Incidentally, my set up dates back to the late 70s or early 80s. I don't know the exact year, it's that ancient! The case is pure wood, not ply and it has some fiddly knobs on the front, not as good as the ones in today's setups. But it was a fun set back then. Remember blowing the tweeters at every party!! ha ha ha!!