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#106 Post by LelandCrooks » Thu Oct 14, 2010 3:15 pm

Thanks Jswing.

You're welcome on the Duratex, Doug, but AcryTech deserves the credit. I'd been happily shipping it out, when I pulled three gallons one day. There was quite a weight discrepancy, so I weighed them. 8.5, 9 and 10.2 lbs, supposed to be 9 lbs. I dropped Acrytech a line about QC on the scales when they fill. They pulled some from the batch and discovered it was gelling in the buckets. Everybody who'd bought from me got a new gallon from them, and they replaced my order in 3 days.

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#107 Post by David Carter » Thu Oct 14, 2010 3:30 pm

LelandCrooks wrote:Good people, good product. :clap:
+1. The first time I used Duratex, the results were less than spectacular. After some discussion with one of the Acrytech guys on the phone, I realized that I had not followed the instructions regarding application conditions and procedure very well, so it was my fault. Even though they could have used that against me, they didn't. Instead they sent me a free gallon and one of their textured rollers to help make sure I had a better experience the next time. It worked, and I've rolled Duratex using their roller on every cab I've built since then. :)
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#108 Post by LelandCrooks » Wed Oct 27, 2010 11:22 am

1st come 1st served. In stock only.

1 in stock. Crown Xti 4000 $750, with the crown rebate of $200 makes your cost $550. No I won't pay the freight at this price, nor program the dsp. Save over $400

2 in stock Crown Xti 2000 SOLD

http://www.crownaudio.com/rebatefiles/X ... 090110.pdf

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#109 Post by subharmonic » Fri Oct 29, 2010 1:12 pm

Any new coupons? :fingers:
2x T39, 1x T60, 1x THTLP, 1x AT(not built by me) 6x DR250
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#110 Post by LelandCrooks » Sat Dec 18, 2010 9:29 am

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#111 Post by LelandCrooks » Fri Jan 21, 2011 1:30 pm

Getting out of the amplifier business. Too much money tied up for no profit.

Here's what I have left
Crown XLS2000 2 in stock. $365 each
Crown XLS2500 2 in stock $442 each
Crown Xti 4000 1 in stock $731

These are at my cost. It kills me that I see places selling below this. They're used for loss leaders.
You have to email me to get these. questions@speakerhardware.com

Still going to do digmoda, just because I think they're cool.
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#112 Post by el_ingeniero » Fri Jan 21, 2011 3:47 pm

LelandCrooks wrote:Getting out of the amplifier business. ...
These are at my cost. It kills me that I see places selling below this. They're used for loss leaders.
If they're not losing money, I probably can't afford it. Their loss is my gain ... you don't want to know what I paid for 2 brand new Xti 2000 amps ...
LelandCrooks wrote:Still going to do digmoda, just because I think they're cool.
So do I. Wish I could afford them. I love the form factor.

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#113 Post by LelandCrooks » Tue Feb 22, 2011 1:17 pm

GT1016's are out of stock. Goldwood won't have more until the 15th of March. They were supposed to be in last week, and got bumped to the next container.
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#114 Post by badgerman » Wed Mar 09, 2011 2:58 pm

LelandCrooks wrote:GT1016's are out of stock. Goldwood won't have more until the 15th of March. They were supposed to be in last week, and got bumped to the next container.
And I was just getting ready to finally order some... :?

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#115 Post by LelandCrooks » Wed Mar 16, 2011 12:13 pm

Duratex back in stock. Piezos the first of next week.
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#116 Post by LelandCrooks » Mon Mar 21, 2011 12:57 pm

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#117 Post by DJPhatman » Mon Mar 21, 2011 3:01 pm

A pint and a 4" roller for $20 shipped? :shock:

HOLY $HIT, Leland! That is just too cheap! :slap:
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#118 Post by doncolga » Mon Mar 21, 2011 4:38 pm

LelandCrooks wrote:Duratex in PINTS!

http://www.speakerhardware.com/duratex_ ... exPTRG.php
Should a pint cover two Omnitop 12's?

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Re: Speakerhardware.com

#119 Post by LelandCrooks » Mon Mar 21, 2011 5:05 pm

I need to change the description. It's a 3" roller, made for touchups. I hadn't seen them when I posted that. If you're nice to it it will probably do a couple of cabs, but it's not as good a handle as the 4" steel one.

I doubt that a pint will cover 2. 1 probably.
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#120 Post by LelandCrooks » Fri Sep 30, 2011 10:14 am

All the neo's except the 3015 are in stock. The 3012 and 3015LF are restricted to kit sales only. The 2510,12,15 and 3012ho's are available for individual sale, at least for a while.
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