Paradigm Studio 60 manual

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  1. Swami

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    I was wondering if some kind soul could fax/mail me a copy of the manual. I bought a couple of used 60s which came without a manual. I feel kinda naked without it.

    Please PM me for a fax number.

    Thanks
    Swami
     
  2. Swami

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    ^^

    Anyone?

    Much appreciated. On another note, what kind of spades do you use to connect the speakers. The binding posts seem to be 3/8 rather than the more common 1/4

    Thanks
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  3. Brian OK

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    Swami,

    --- this is for the "other note" (can't help with the manual, but they are all generic when it comes to the Studio series. I will fax you my 40 series manual if you strike out with a call for the 60's manual)

    Anyway,


    The binding posts on the Studio Reference Series are 3/8".

    I have a pair of new Studio 40's and my Analysis Plus 5/16" T-1 spades fit real snug and tight (they popped in for a real nice firm fit) which was rather odd. But, then again, the Paradigm rep told me not to file the spades until I tried them. He said "they should fit real tight, but should fit". Odd, I thought. But he was right. No filing.

    My Studio CC, on the other hand, would not take kindly to the T-1 spades, and I had to file a small bit away to get them to fit. Rather odd, but my experience.

    Good Luck,

    BOK
     
  4. TylerN

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    Swami, you've got mail.
     
  5. John Garcia

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    Call Bay Area Audio on DeAnza Blvd, in San Jose/Saratoga. They might have one laying around.
     

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