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Need a picture of Infinity 4000a Speakers

Old 11-14-01, 04:20 PM
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Need a picture of Infinity 4000a Speakers

Anyone know where to find a picture of these, or what series they are from, or how decent they are? I have an opportunity to get a pair used for $100.
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Old 11-14-01, 04:44 PM
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I did a search for these and can't find anything.

Are they older, newer, bookshelf, floor standing, satellites?

A little help might be nice if you know anything else about them.

http://www.infinitysystems.com/ is their site.
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Old 11-14-01, 05:18 PM
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I did a search as well on Infinity's site as well as google. All I found was a reference to the model number on the page where you can find a service provider in your area. They had a huge menu of model numbers to select and that was one. Otherwise, I can find nothing else on the net.

This is all I know about the speakers, hoping to learn more from the person who is selling them. They are posted on the intranet swap board at my girlfriend's company:

2 Infinity Speakers:::
4000A, 3way 12" Woofer - 6" midrange - 3" tweeter -
ported. Great Sound high power. Teak cabinets.
Nice piece of furniture as well as great main speakers.
$100 for the pair.


By "teak cabinets", I take it the mean floorstanding, but one can never assume.
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Old 11-14-01, 05:25 PM
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Found It!

I decided to try searching the web for Infinity 4000 instead of 4000A

Found this.... All I can say is uuuuuh ... no!

http://follgott.tripod.com/4000/body_4000.html

Not gonna pay $100 for speakers from 1975.
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Old 11-14-01, 05:27 PM
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I don't think I'd pay $100 for these.

From this link, they appear to be from the 70s. And the problem the guy is having is one that you can expect. Even if all the drivers have been rebuilt, there are better ways to spend $100 on used speakers.

My $.02.

If somebody has an Orion Bluebook, you could find the original MSRP and even (a rough estimate on) their value used.
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