[LRflex] Re: North American Leica promotions.

David,

Nah!  The Sequerras that I got were the Pyramid speakers.
The tuner would be wasted in San Diego. NO classical music
stations!  (And Sequerras first name is Dick, not Bill) His ribbon
tweeters were the best in the world.

Jerry

David Young wrote:

> Jerry Lehrer boasted:
>
> >For example, when a local high end stereo shop went bankrupt and
> >had an auction, I bought about $10,000 worth of goodies for $580.
> >Linn Sondek, Beveridge, Threshold, Rogers, B&W, Sequerra etc.  These
> >names mean something to David, but nowt to most others.  Did I do well?
> >You bet your ass I did!  I bought all their tools also!
> >
> >This was in 1983.
>
> Hi Jerry!
>
> You did, indeed, do well!  That's a helluva haul for $580!
>
> The only problem with the Sequerra tuner was that very few broadcasting=
>  stations were (or are today) up to it's standards!  I wonder what Bill's=
>  up to, today?
>
> I too have picked up some bargains at auctions... but it's amazing how many=
>  folks overpay at them.
>
> Congratulations on what was likely the deal of a lifetime. ;-)
>
> Cheers!
>
> David Young,
> Logan Lake, BC
> CANADA.
>
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