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    Sansui PM-C100

    I just scored some free Sansui pm-c100 speakers, but i can't seem to find any information about them on the internet? Can anyone tell me anything about them? Are they rare or something? Perhaps even worth a little money?

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    PM-C100 1979-1984 00 $0 $46 $461 $175 $200 28-Oct-07

    lowest $46, highest, $461, average $175 and last price $200 in Oct 07 on Ebay.
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    Thanks for the info, but how did you find that? When i search ebay, it does not show any results for pm-c100. How did you get results from 2007?

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    Do a simple online search with your browser or Google search window. I used AOL search. The Ebay info was on a linked pdf file.

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    From an old Orion's Bluebook, the Sansui PM-c100 were made from 1982 to 1984. They have a new list price of 800 a pair.

    PM-c series highest speaker was the PM-C200 which was made from 84 to 86 and had a new list price of 1000 pair. The PM-C100 were 2nd in the pecking order to the PM-c200.

    Other than having some pictures on the Best of Sansui web page, there is not much about them out there.

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    wow, thanks guys

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    Very nice classic 1970's-early 80's looking speaker. Brings back good memories of my college partying days and my Altec Lansing and Canon TLS speakers. I love that huge woofer!
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    Martin Logan Original Dynamo Sub
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    Vintage Luxman T-110 tuner
    Magnepan MMG's, Grant Fidelity DAC-11, Class D CDA254 amp
    Monitor Audio S1 speakers, PSB B6 speakers
    Vintage Technic's Integrated amp
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    OK, now you're talkin, Blackraven. Hope you guys don't mind if I insert a photo of the
    Altec Lansing 846's I had in the early 70's and into the late 80's. I got them mail order for $560/pair brand new and sold them in about 1990 for $800. They had a 15" driver and the mid/high horn was so sweet in the mids. They were in the 100dB sensitivity area. Weighed about 105 lbs. My Marantz 2270 had enough power to blow up the neighborhood. We had some amazing parties!

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    Way cool! I remember those speakers! Big, Bad and LOUD!!!!!!!!
    Pass Labs X250 amp, BAT Vk-51se Preamp,
    Thorens TD-145 TT, Bellari phono preamp, Nagaoka MP-200 Cartridge
    Magnepan QR1.6 speakers
    Van Alstine Ultra Plus Hybrid Tube DAC
    Martin Logan Original Dynamo Sub
    Parasound A21 amp
    Vintage Luxman T-110 tuner
    Magnepan MMG's, Grant Fidelity DAC-11, Class D CDA254 amp
    Monitor Audio S1 speakers, PSB B6 speakers
    Vintage Technic's Integrated amp
    Music Hall 25.2 CDP
    Adcom GFR 700 AVR
    Cables- Cardas, Silnote, BJC
    Velodyne CHT 8 sub

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