I have had offers which also include fraud so I am only accepting offers in the US and Certified checks must clear the bank before exchange of item.
My father built this unit in the
late 60's using the original blueprints from JBL which I still have. He was a
perfectionist and used all of the JBL components which you can see in the
pictures. He had also built a 38 foot sailboat doing all the finish himself
using Mahogany so although not built by JBL it has the same quality and finish
as the original. This is a three way system adding the tweeters as noted below.
I am also including the Carver rack mount components, Amplifier, Preamp and
Tuner so all you have to do is plug it in and enjoy the awesome sound this unit
My father is currently in assisted
living so no room for the stereo and I don't have the room either. The unit
weighs around 750 pounds and can be shipped anywhere if crated which is not
included in the price. You can select a local shipper to pick up, I will not
From the product description on
The original 2-way design consisted of two 150-4C bass
drivers with 4-inch coils, and two H5038P-100 elliptical horns. The 5038s are
essentially midrange drivers that start rolling off at 15 kHz. In 1960,
after feedback from foreign distributors, the Paragon was made into a 3-way
loudspeaker by adding two 075 ring radiators (tweeters) mounted in the back of
the cabinet and aimed at the central 'sweet spot'. Bass–mid crossover was at 500 Hz
and mid–treble frequencies crossed over at 7 kHz.