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Weebman 03-16-15 07:33 PM

Lms 5400 Ultra, FP14000, SMS-1
 

Sub is in a small sealed enclosure built by Craigsubs. Make offer. I live in north west Arkansas but will meet halfway within a reasonable distance. Also will be making a trip to Destin Florida in a month. Text me at 417-342-3797

Archaea 05-12-15 01:52 PM

Re: Lms 5400 Ultra, FP14000, SMS-1
 

What pricepoint are you thinking?

Would you sell the LMS 5400 driver seperately?

Weebman 05-12-15 07:26 PM

Re: Lms 5400 Ultra, FP14000, SMS-1
 

Quote:

Archaea wrote: (Post 1203105)
What pricepoint are you thinking?

Would you sell the LMS 5400 driver seperately?

I'm thinking 1500 for all. If I had a buyer for everything individually I would sell separately. But that's all I have right now and it's set up in my system. So if I sold the driver only, I'd be without bass and without enough money to buy something else.

Weebman 05-12-15 07:30 PM

Re: Lms 5400 Ultra, FP14000, SMS-1
 

By the way, I will be in Springfield in July.

bigbucks 05-20-15 01:22 AM

Is the fp14000 a 110v model or is a dual voltage model and also run on 230v?

padgman1 05-20-15 05:32 PM

Re: Lms 5400 Ultra, FP14000, SMS-1
 

How big is the sealed enclosure?

Any pics available?

Weebman 05-20-15 07:33 PM

Re: Lms 5400 Ultra, FP14000, SMS-1
 

Quote:

bigbucks wrote: (Post 1209146)
Is the fp14000 a 110v model or is a dual voltage model and also run on 230v?

I do not know for sure. If you know how to determine this, let me know and I will check for you. Fwiw, I have it hooked up to 120v on its own circuit breaker.

Weebman 05-20-15 07:36 PM

Re: Lms 5400 Ultra, FP14000, SMS-1
 

Quote:

padgman1 wrote: (Post 1209826)
How big is the sealed enclosure?

Any pics available?

It is a 21" cube. Text for pictures.

bigbucks 05-21-15 03:41 AM

Quote:

Weebman wrote: (Post 1209882)

I do not know for sure. If you know how to determine this, let me know and I will check for you. Fwiw, I have it hooked up to 120v on its own circuit breaker.

On the back of the amp near the power cable the voltage of the amp should be written in a box. Unless theres also a voltage selector switch then i assume its a 120v mains amp, it would be appreciated if you could check though as i d be interested in buying it if it can run on 240v mains.

bigbucks 05-21-15 03:56 AM

Also i d be interested in buying the amp regardless of the incoming voltage issue. What price would you sell it to me for? Would you be able to sort out shipping to the uk? Is it a genuine lab gruppen amp or is it a clone? Do you have the original packaging to use for shipping purposes? Could you let me know the amp rating on the back which should be located near the voltage rating please so i could work out if i could get a suitable voltage transformer to suit it.


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