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The cabs are 48 inches tall, 13 wide and 11 deep. Which are deeper compared to traditional Traynor , Garnet and Shure PA colums...

Someone was able to supply me these info on them:

If I remember correctly they are only rated for 100 watts. They were originally powered by a Stage 740P amplifier. The amp put out 70 watts RMS. I remember that these columns were really loud. Those are nice !


I was thinking of using them as Guitar cabs since they are 11 inches deep. Not bad for a cheap garage sale find !!! ;)
 

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Old school beauties. Nothing wrong with the hi-tech stuff out nowadays, but those are like a vintage car. I'd try to find an old analog mixer/amp to drive them for their intended use -- playing in crappy bars and halls. But that's just my nostalgic point-of-view...
 

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OK... today i`m floored !!!:eek:

My wife makes me go get some water at the grocery store so I stopped at a garage sale on the way... what the hell, i`m in no hurry... So ... I see this old piece of gear in the corner... Lady does not know if it works or anything... Negotiate a little and leave with this for $5 bucks... At this price... what the hell.

Here`s the gear:

 

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Once home, I went downstairs and plugged the thing in. Plugged in the speakers, plugged a mic in....

Everything works perfectly except channel 1 which just needs a cleaning !!! :eek:



This is a Yamaha EM-150 Power Mixer , 75 watts per channel. A perfect match for the Stage 410 speakers to boot !!!

So... For a Total of a whooping $15 bucks , I have a Power mixer and 2 X 410 Speakers !!! ;)

Who say they're no deals out there !!!

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Great find...congrats!

My very first amp was a Stage combo. I think they were owned by Marshall, or some other well known big company putting out a lower line. It wasn't a bad amp for a solid state. My mom hated it though.
 

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Cool find--enjoy!
 
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My very first amp was a Stage combo. I think they were owned by Marshall
My very first amp was a Stage combo also... The Stage 65 , made by Unicord (Univox) They were distributed and assembled in north America by the same Co that distributed Marshall amps ! Great little amps !!! I once also had the Stage 120 combo which was a 212 combo. regret selling the 120...

My mom hated it though.
Memories ... ;)
 

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Cool ! No reason not to put a band back together now.
The PA in my old drummers Garage in my VoiceMate and 2 412 Traynor colums .... They serve for practice for over 20 years... ;)

That reminds me, should get those back ! :confused:

And once my renovations are finish, band playing will be a weekly event again ! :cool:

I need to Rock & RollHNG^%$
 

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My very first amp was a Stage combo also... The Stage 65 , made by Unicord (Univox) They were distributed and assembled in north America by the same Co that distributed Marshall amps ! Great little amps !!! I once also had the Stage 120 combo which was a 212 combo. regret selling the 120...



Memories ... ;)

Yeah, I couldn't quite put my finger on who they were associated with. Thanks for the update.
 
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