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Monster power HTS-35000 MKII (rack ears)

 

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Username: Kaspermerlin

Post Number: 13
Registered: Jul-10
hi all, i just traded with someone and got a reference home theatre power center hts-3500 mkII. its a few years old, but good as new condition. the problem is i need the rack ears that came with it originaly. but they are history. i tried to contact monster cable corp. and tried to get a set, but i was rudely informed that 'its an older model and they got rid of all that stuff.' so, back to square one. i guess i could maybe try and make a set. but they would most likly look like crap. im going to try ebay and craigs list. so i was just wondering that maybe someone out there in home theater land would might possibly have a set laying around?? just a thought, oh well have a good one. just in case heres a email address you can contact me at. thanks. florida.sucks@yahoo.com its love bug season, yukUpload
 

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Username: Wingmanalive

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Post Number: 24683
Registered: Jun-06

quote:

florida.sucks@yahoo.com its love bug season, yuk









I LOL on the MF floor with that lol.
 

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Username: Magfan

USA

Post Number: 2311
Registered: Oct-07
Sounds like Monster.

Take some measurements. I'd like to know the distance between the 2 vertical bolts on each side. Go to a Monster dealer, see if anything matches and order a set of THOSE. Expect to pay 5x what they are worth...total cost with shipping.

Failing that, any machine shopt should be able to whip you out just what you need. Take 'em to a powder coating service and get the flat or gloss black applied. Brace for bill.
 

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Username: Bill984

Post Number: 283
Registered: Oct-05
i might have a never used set
 

Gold Member
Username: Magfan

USA

Post Number: 2441
Registered: Oct-07
Berny,
I just had a look at this thread and your original post.
Buying a USED power conditioner may be risky in one sense.
The surge protection devices.....MOV (Metal Oxide Varisters) DO wear out after many many jolts. One good lightning strike will do it.
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