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Comment by Kent King on February 14, 2016 at 7:55am

Yes, that appears to be a speaker for a Phantom. Testing with an ohmmeter is the surest way to confirm compatibility.

Comment by Dan Morales on February 9, 2016 at 1:42pm

Hey John, or anyone who could identify, attached  pic's of speaker I am fairly sure is

out of my  Phantom. I would appreciate confirmation.


Comment by John T. Meredith on January 1, 2016 at 10:02am

Hi Dan,

I would have to echo what Ken has said, a speaker is going to be around $400.  Are you interested in selling the cabinet?




Comment by Ken Carr on December 31, 2015 at 9:02pm
Dan, I really don't have a good idea of the market for such sets. I will say that whoever buys it will be putting out at least $300-$400 dollars for a speaker. Your chrome looks similar to mine (fair to good condition) and that affects price too.
I can say that the folks on this forum are much more knowledgable than I am and if you solicited offers you would be given very fair prices.
Comment by Dan Morales on December 31, 2015 at 3:43pm

Hey Ken, thanks for your comment, it does appear similar in wood grain and trimming.

would you have any idea what my piece would be worth, as is with all but speaker and

untested( less back as shown in pic )

Thanks again and safe and happy new year

Comment by Ken Carr on September 3, 2012 at 9:57am

I finally removed everything from inside this E. H. Scott Philharmonic. The power supply, RF deck, and speaker are now in the basement awaiting cleaning. This is the front of the Buckingham cabinet. I took a few minutes to clean up one of the four doors. Between the Old English and the lemon oil, they really help get rid of many of the scratches and spots.

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