Large Vintage JBL Speaker ID help needed

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  1. cnyel1967

    cnyel1967 AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Unfortunately just the one picture available to me. Posted dimensions are approx

    33 x 24 x 21

    Any assistance is greatly appreciated!
     

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  2. Johnny_Law

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    That's an L200 or L200B. Get em!
     
  3. damacman

    damacman Blown and Injected Subscriber

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    Now how in the hell can you tell that? If you're right, you're good!
     
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  4. Johnny_Law

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    Well, I look at mine every day. :p It's the only speaker to come in that cabinet with the distinctive walnut finish and inset grille.

    Here's that pic next to one I just snapped:

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  5. cnyel1967

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    Fantastic! As always, AK is the best place to come when help is needed! Thanks again.
     
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  6. Marine0811

    Marine0811 I love it loud! Subscriber

    They would be keepers if I had them
     
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  7. nedseg

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    Agreed - L200s. Veneer actually looks "ok"? Could be a great value, certainly worth a closer look!
     
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  8. cnyel1967

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    Thanks- was on a local online auction site. Sold for over $800 (site unseen) including auction fee's . Probably inline with current values considering they likely needed some work...unfortunately too steep for my pockets at this time. Thanks to those that assisted! Maybe next time :)
     

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