Final Sound 300iThis is a relisting of a previously sold article. The buyer returned these speakers claiming they are defective, making a popping sound (although it did not happen the day he listened to them ...1.25
In order to clarify the problems with the speakers, here is what the buyer wrote to me upon getting them home:
"I'm afraid one of the speakers is defective, I looked them over before I plugged them in, and each has a dark spot on the lower part of the bass panel, but on the defective speaker, the spot is larger and blacker and looks as if it has burned or melted, even that some of the plastic film has melted onto the metal screen. I get sputtering and squeaking when I plug it in, and you can see a blue spot of arcing coming from the dark spot. I switched power supplies, so that isn't it, and the manual says that distortion can cause damage to the panels.
Music does plays from the speaker, but the sputtering is constant. On the other one, the spot doesn't look as if it burned through, so that one still seems OK."
This is a relisting of a previously sold article.
The buyer returned these speakers claiming they are defective, making a popping sound (although it did not happen the day he listened to them at my house for tweny minutes prior to taking them away), they are not a matching pair(if you look closely, the narrow ribbon is on the same side), and a foot is missing from the base (although they were all present when I sold it), so I refunded him his money.
Because of this, I am relisting them as DEFECTIVE and are being SOLD AS IS FOR PARTS OR REPAIR.
NO RETURN FOR ANY REASON.