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    Right now I have:

    240-740 speaker stands for $29.99
    275-070 a pair of the silkies for $22.00
    360-150 two sets of 10 alligators for crossover prototyping

    Total is $56.00

    Any other stellar deals I'm missing?

  • #2
    Re: Help me hit $99!!!


    Jasper jigs are on sale. Dayton dc160, silkie, rs52 and others are on sale...
    "I have not failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work." Thomas A. Edison

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    • #3
      Buy me some resistors then.


      > Right now I have:

      > 240-740 speaker stands for $29.99
      > 275-070 a pair of the silkies for $22.00
      > 360-150 two sets of 10 alligators for
      > crossover prototyping

      > Total is $56.00

      > Any other stellar deals I'm missing?

      Ah hell, that's only $4.83 more. Unless you want to pick up an RSS265HF for me :D. Or a 250W plate amp maybe?

      Sorry to say I'm of no help but 'tis true. Throw a couple more drivers in the cart and check 'er out. Still it sounds like your shipping bill so far wouldn't be too bad anyway.

      shawn
      My favorite woofer is a Labrador retriever.

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      • #4
        Re: Help me hit $99!!! *PIC*




        The snap-together grills are nice to have around, along with some grill cloth. You could make nicer grills if you have a wood shop, but these work well for a fairly quick low-mess solution that you can do inside. They are bulky so getting free shipping is a good deal.

        Free Passive Speaker Designer Lite (PSD-Lite) -- http://www.audiodevelopers.com/Softw...Lite/setup.exe

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        • #5
          Re: Help me hit $99!!!


          > The snap-together grills are nice to have
          > around, along with some grill cloth. You
          > could make nicer grills if you have a wood
          > shop, but these work well for a fairly quick
          > low-mess solution that you can do inside.
          > They are bulky so getting free shipping is a
          > good deal.

          What? These are sold here (again)?? Man, it was a sad day when they stopped carrying these.

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          • #6
            Re: Do you have a good soldering iron?


            The Weller WLC100 (372-120) Soldering Station is on special at $49.87. I have one and it works great for all of my crossover-soldering needs.
            Paul

            > Right now I have:

            > 240-740 speaker stands for $29.99
            > 275-070 a pair of the silkies for $22.00
            > 360-150 two sets of 10 alligators for
            > crossover prototyping

            > Total is $56.00

            > Any other stellar deals I'm missing?

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            • #7
              Re: Do you have a good soldering iron?


              You read my mind, Paul. I just posted a message up top about 20 minutes before you did about that soldering iron.

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              • #8
                Re: Do you have a good soldering iron?


                > You read my mind, Paul. I just posted a
                > message up top about 20 minutes before you
                > did about that soldering iron.

                Yeah, the soldering station is a great idea, along with a roll of solder. I should have gotten the Weller, but instead got a Tenma from MCM...supposedly adjustable, but it's a POS. Doesn't work very well unless it's turned up all the way and the tips never stay tight. 'Bout time for one of those Wellers on sale!

                John A.

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