• Fri, Sep 3, 7:48 PM
    cbs, Avalon Peninsula
    golden ear triton 5 speakers , folded ribbon tweeter, 2 - 6'' mid / bass drivers, 4 - 8'' planar radiators , 15 to 400 watts , 90db eff. 26hz to 35kz ,44 lbs , 44''hx7''wx 12''d. mint cond. , $ 1800 ..... neg.
  • $60
    Tue, Sep 7, 3:14 PM
    St. John's, Avalon Peninsula
    RARE 1964 Tube Sonar Base/Mobile CB radio with Separate Transmitter and Receiver, similar to the Golden Eagles 23 Channel CB radios except it's in 1 smaller case and the Transmitter is 8 Channels instead of 23. It does receive 23 channels and has a spot function that tunes the receiver to the transmitter frequency just like the Golden Eagles. This model came as a 6volt/120 volt model and 12 volt/120 volt model. this is the 12 volt/120 volt model. This is a very early CB tube radio and built to higher quality standards than most CBs at the time. It cost $229 US dollars in 1964. This came from a CB radio collection as a display piece and was working when put in the collection but is being sold untested for $60. CB radio does not include a microphone or the AC/DC power cord.
  • Mon, Aug 23, 7:31 PM
    St. John's, Avalon Peninsula
    Two External SRS Stereo Surround Sound Processors to improve stereo depth and realism on any stereo. Both are brand new and never used. $50 Radio Shack SRS Sound Processor which automatically adjusts for best sound. Simple to use, has bypass and on. Upconvert DVD to S-video. $65 Surround Around SRS Processor which has more manual controls to adjust surround effect, Truebass and bypass. Comes with remote and stereo cables. Adds headphone jack. Connects to any stereo source using stereo RCA connectors. TruSurround is the virtual sound effect which follows the 5.1 channel surround sound technology using only two speakers. These were mainly sold in the 1990's & 2000's for people who wanted to watch Movies, concerts with a regular stereo receiver but get the added benefits of surround sound with just your two stereo speakers. No need to add extra amplifiers, speakers, etc. These really shine when listing to music and can increase the realism of listening to live music. Sony, Pioneer, Marantz, Onkyo, Yamaha, Kenwood and Mitsubishi all licensed this technology in some of their receivers and audio devices. The Sound Retrieval System (SRS) is a patented psychoacoustic 3D audio processing technology originally invented by Arnold Klayman in the early 1980s. The SRS technology applies head-related transfer functions (HRTFs) to create an immersive 3D soundfield using only two speakers, widening the "sweet spot", creating a more spacious sense of ambience, and producing strong localization cues for discrete instruments within an audio mix. SRS is not a Dolby matrix surround decoder but works with normal stereo recordings.