i am selling a pair of altec 515B which was just recently re coned w/ 8 ohm cones and re magnetized by great plains audio.
i only used them for perhaps 100h after the re cone , so they are in very good technical condition .
for cosmetics please see the photos. the front looks perfect it just has the usual scratches in the back
i am happy to send more photos by request.
paypal adds 3% , i prefer USPS MO .
some information about great plains:
Great Plains Audio was formed in 1998 after the closing of the Altec Lansing factory in Oklahoma City. It was clear to Bill Hanuschak, who worked for them from 1980 until they closed, that there would be a need for someone to continue the maintenance of the large number of Altec acoustic products in use around the world. So, he went to EVI/Telex, who had purchased Altec Lansing, with a plan to purchase all of the tooling, drawings, and equipment Altec used to build and service their loudspeakers, and to become their authorized service center for all of the Altec Lansing products that were still under warranty at that time. In addition, GPA assumed repair duties for all of the older, classic products that had served Altec’s customers since it's inception with the parts manufactured from the original Altec tooling.
"Full restoration for the original Altec 515 low frequency loudspeaker is available. This includes a full paper cone, phenolic spider, and total remagnetization.We are also the source for original parts and warranty service for Altec Lansing Professional, which was a division of Altec Lansing Technologies. This includes all of their speaker products that were built through 2005. As always, these products will be repaired using the original parts made from original tooling and materials, thus assuring that their performance will meet original specifications.