Code 145 Cinaudagraph Corporation speaker

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Code 145 Cinaudagraph Corporation speaker

Post: # 21716Post electra225 »

I have a ten inch speaker hanging on my wall. Bill has a stereo that needs a ten inch speaker, so I took a look at this one. Code 145, never heard of this company. I found this little blurb on defunct companies that may shed some light. It might be a nice speaker. Scroll down the alphabetically-listed companies until you come to this one.

http://www.audiotools.com/en_dead_cb.html
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Re: Code 145 Cinaudagraph Corporation speaker

Post: # 21717Post William »

Thanks, Greg. In my EIA speaker code chart 145 shows to be shared by two companies which when reading your link are probably the same company.

Cinaudagraph

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Consolidated

145

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Post: # 21718Post Conelrad »

Cinaudagraph made good speakers for years, sold a lot to as OEM to builders.
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