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Hello, I have two Model A-11’s. One has a 2C serial number 151515, the other has a serial number of 171717. I have heard nice things about these speakers. Can you tell me the difference between the two speakers that has the 2C serial number and the other that has the 171717 serial number. I am curious about what the difference is between the speakers with the same serial number.
I am looking for a 5A. How do I know what the serial number for the speaker is? I know that it is not supposed to be in the serial number and was told that it is a new part. How do I know for sure?
Carl (1/2/17): I have a pair of Vandersteen 1C speakers with serial number of 050310. I see on the Vandersteen site (http://www.vandersteenseats.com) that Model 1 C speakers have serial number above 400 in order to be part of the Model 1C subgroup. However, my speakers’ serial numbers are below 400, is this because I have purchased a new pair?
Unknown (2/17/06): I have seen older Vandersteen 2-piece coil speakers with an S in them, instead of a VC, but I don’t know the serial numbers for these. I don’t know how many were made, but if someone knows, I would appreciate the details. At present, my 2CE speakers have the SVC in them, but I don’t know the serial numbers. Does anyone know what SNs they are?
Carl (3/2/17): Recently, I purchased a set of Vandersteen 1 C speakers. The sales representative told me that it is a Series 1 C speaker and the serial number will be above the cutoff of 400. He told me that I can take away my old speakers and install them or I can pay to have new ones installed. How would it work to have them replaced? Does the owner of the speaker still have the right to change the serial number or is that transferred to the new owner if I choose to have them upgraded?
You are right ray,thank you.My friend also said he got a great deal on it and i thought he was trying to sell it for me, but he did not have the correct serial numbers for the model. We didn’t take any speakers out of the box. We took the box out. I have the model number, He doesn’t.As a matter of fact, he told me he didn’t know if he had the right cabinet for the speaker. Lee (3/24/14):Richard I bought 2xce speakers in 1976 in St. Louis MO. They were manufactured in 1958 and they are serial no. 58976 and 58977. They were based in St. Louis, MO and have the red house mark on the speaker. I can’t remember if I paid $100 or $150 for them but they are in good shape. The only thing I don’t like about them is the cloth backing on the tweeters. It started coming unglued when I left them in a hot car one summer. I think they are pretty nice speakers and would like to know what you think about them Lee (3/24/14): Richard, I bought 2xce speakers in 1976 in St. Louis MO. They were manufactured in 1958 and they are serial no. 58976 and 58977. They were based in St. Louis, MO and have the red house mark on the speaker. I can’t remember if I paid $100 or $150 for them but they are in good shape. The only thing I don’t like about them is the cloth backing on the tweeters. It started coming unglued when I left them in a hot car one summer. I think they are pretty nice speakers and would like to know what you think about them Edwin (12/31/05): Hi Richard, A few weeks ago I made two audio improvements to the home theater system I have. I mounted two Vandersteen 2C’s to the tops of the rear wall (one on each side). Once I was able to identify the speaker characteristics and distance from the centerpoint of the listening area, the speakers performed very well. Now I would like to learn more about the speakers and their capabilities. Do you have any information about the model, type, construction, lifespan, etc., of the Model 2 speakers? In particular, I would like to know: Does the left speaker stand on the carpet or does the speaker cover the carpet? How many watts peak for the speakers? What size and sub models are used? What special speakers are used? Are they 2ce and what’s the serial number? Is it easy to find out? Thanks Richard. 5ec8ef588b