DCM Time Windows

Not really sure I want to sell these, :'( especially after the complete overhaul I did to these last year, ( https://forum.polkaudio.com/discussion/181707/dcm-time-window-overhaul#latest) but I am not really using them and I need to thin the herd. They are early Time Windows and have the serial numbers stamped in the wooden bases, 1482 and 1484. They have Phillips drivers. One of the 6" drivers in each enclosure had to be rebuilt and the dust cover don't match the originals. The wood tops and bottoms have been refinished and are in beautiful shape. The new foam socks are velcroed in place so removal is easy. These will be for pick up only. I would be willing to drive 100 miles to meet and drop off. I am approx 50 miles south of Chicago. $700


  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 20,035
    edited January 10
    These are superb loudspeakers and also surprisingly sensitive.
    Anyone who likes the classic Polk Monitor sound will love the original timewindows, I'd opine -- i.e., I do.

    Small footprint and very attractive -- great WAF ;)

    This is a rare opportunity. GLWTS! :)


    1) Hope I'm not out of order for posting this.
    2) Is that a CR-1020 or CR-2020 I espy behind the one on the right?

  • FaustinFaustin Posts: 808
    Hey there Mr Hardy. Yes, the Time Windows are great speakers. The Yammy on the shelf is a pristine re-capped CR 2020. The TW's are hooked to it at this time as is the Dual 1219 tt.
  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 20,035
    A very good combination (the Yamaha and the timewindows, that is).
  • DawgfishDawgfish Posts: 2,536
    Agree wonderful speakers and these are in beautiful shape! I have a set of the TW-3s. The soundstage and imaging on these is as good as anything you will find outside of SDAs. They are a pleasure to listen to and just sound right! GLWTS!
  • FaustinFaustin Posts: 808
    Monday morning bump.........$600.00
  • FaustinFaustin Posts: 808
    Bump - $550.00
  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 20,035
    stellar deal @ 550!
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