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Item: Loudspeaker Design Cookbook - Vance Dickason
Price Range: up to 40
Item Condition: New or Used
Extra Info: I'd like to kick off my day speaker building career. If anyone has a used, preferably later edition I'd be interested. $40 or a bit more depending on condition and I'll pay postage to Sunny Coast.

 

Thanks for reading :)

Craig

 

 

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