A jammin' buddy passed by this morning, and gave me an old Traynor YSC-8 speaker column. It probably dates back to the early '70's. There's a 1/4" 8-Ohm input, and it's apparently rated at 200w program. There are four 8" full-range Marsland cone-drivers, and two more 8" with "whizzer cones", and a "simple" cross-over. The cabinet is described as a "sealed" column enclosure.
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The speaker column is in great shape, but is in bad need of a good thorough cleaning. The grille-cloth is filthy, and looks like it must have resided for many years, in a smoke-filled bar.
What's the proper way to remove the front grille? Just pry it off? I started to do that earlier, and I got the top opened just enough to have a peek inside. I'd really like to clean it up, and see it it still works.