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Anthony Gallo Reference 3.1 Floor standing Speakers w/ Planar Tweeters - $2,200 (Boynton Beach)

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condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Anthony Gallo
model name / number: Reference 3.1

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I’m not the first owner of these, but they are in an excellent condition sonically and good overall cosmetically. These speakers are a legend. If you’ve never heard of them, it’s suffice to say you’ve to spend close to 10 times more to get a better sound. I’ve retrofitted Dayton Audio DSS3 and DSS4 spikes for front and back for vibration reduction and proper projection angle that cost about $100 extra. The MSRP of these speakers were around $4000 new. I’m selling these for $2200. Text 9five2-3seven3-1667 if interested.

These speakers are very special, because with a special amp, you can connect a second amp output to activate their subwoofer dual voice coil system. Normally, they won’t go that low, but once you activate the dual voice cord, they go below 20Hz. I did this with a modified Crestron 12x60, by bridging 8 channels and using volume limiters to adjust second voice coil power (as seen on last pic). Each woofer array therefore gets 120W of true power, or 240 watts (4 bridged at 60 watts each) per speaker totaling 480 watts of pure power for left and right. I can include the amp and the setup for an additional $300. Remember this only works if your preamp or DAC has XLR outputs since having true inverted outputs is critical in bridging mono amp modules.

These speakers sound amazing, and top all my beryllium tweeter speakers that were more expensive including Focal Electra 1008BE2 with a dedicated Sumiko S.9 subwoofer. These won’t need any sub.

These speaker compare favorably with Bowers and Wilkins, Elac, Monitor Audio, Dynaudio, KEF, JBL, Klipsch, Bose, Pioneer, Marantz, Denon, Yamaha, Golden Ear, Polk, Sonus Faber, Warfedale, and Revel.

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