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Infinity Interlude IL10 Large Bookshelf Speakers, Pr. For - $150 (Pomeroy)

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condition: good
make / manufacturer: Infinity
model name / number: Interlude IL10
For your Craigslist consideration today here's a pair of Infinity Interlude IL10 speakers for $150 cash FOB Pomeroy WA.

Sound replication is a funny thing; your sound is only as good as the weakest link.
If your audio needs are being held back by your speakers, perhaps it's time to consider something such as these Infinity IL10's.

A bit large to be a real bookshelf speaker, I tend to think of these as good candidates for speaker stands. In fact, Crutchfield recommends stands of 22" to 26" height, keeping the tight imaging of the speakers right in your audio sweet spot.

15.25" tall
12.5" deep
8.75" wide

Ported asymmetrical cabinets, so best when pulled away from a wall (or other reflective surface) by at least a foot, the tuned port adds bass response, while the asymmetrical interior reduces the effects of standing waves in the cabinet.

Plenty of technology stolen from their bigger cousins in the Interlude lineup, such as composite woofer cones for rigidity and reduced distortion, butyl rubber woofer surrounds for longevity and durability, and soft dome tweeters for clear highs.

Bi-amp friendly with bridgeable dual hookup posts (a pair for the tweeter, a pair for the woofer), give you flexibility if you run multiple amps.

Cosmetically, I'd give them an 8 out of 10, pretty good considering they haven't been offered new for roughly two decades.
Spend a little more time with a good wipe down of the cabinets, maybe a hand wash of the acoustic fabric grilles and they're ready for living room duty.

If you wish to demo them here, I can put together an audio source and amplifier to make that happen.

I do wander over to the L/C area from time to time and could bring them along if that helps.

Thanks for looking!

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