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Ohm MicroWalsh (first edition)

Specifications
Production Period
2002-2010
Nationally Advertised Price
500
Dimensions
6x6x36
Amplifiers Recommended
35-100W
Impedance (typical)
Frequency Response
52-20000 Hz (+/-3dB)
Sensitivity @2.8 Volts
87 dB
Recommended Room Sizes
500-900
Purchase OptionsPriceOrder
grills

New grills are made with acoustically transparent perforated sheet metal instead of the old wire frames. They are much sturdier than the old design. The cloth is hand-strectched for a seamless finish. Your replacement grills will still have square corners to fit correctly on top of your square cornered cabients. All our grills are hand made to order in Brooklyn, NY.

$80 4
high repair

This repair option is for the high frequency section of your MicroWalsh drivers. We need the drivers back at the factory before we can repair them.

$100 2
low repair

This repair option is for the low frequency section of your MicroWalsh drivers. We need the drivers back at the factory before we can repair them.

$200 2
total replacement driver

This option is almost never used, except in cases where the original driver has been lost. We show it here mostly so you know how much insurance to declare on your drivers when you ship them back. We can almost always repair your old drivers more economically than we can replace them altogether.

$400
(1) With the return of the original part for recycling within 60 days.
(2) With the return of the original part for recycling before the shipment of the new part.
(3) Recycled, repaired and tested.
(4) Per pair.
(5) Special shipping rate applies.

The MicroWalsh was introduced as our new smallest speaker in 2002. It was greeted very favorably by reviewers and music lovers alike. It was a 6x6 inch floorstanding tower with sharp square corners and real wood veneer that stood 36 inches high. It was rated at 8 ohm impedance and sounded bigger than it looked. The grill was a sewn sock with seams going down all four corners, stretched over a wood-and-wire frame. It was eventually replaced by the MicroWalsh Tall Signature Edition, which had a lower impedance but could also play deeper and a little louder. The easiest way to tell the difference, is the new model has rounded corners.

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