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    Konrad Drive, will there be a Bravo replacement?

    I'm curious if Konrad has any plans on doing a Bravo replacement drive?

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    Charter Member #232 Charter Member Audiofn's Avatar
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    They have the ACE drive. If you are talking a shiftable I seem to recall some one saying that maybe they were working on one but have never heard anything official.
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    I thought Kurt said there was a direct bravo replacement in development about a year ago?? Biggus you out there?? Im sure if they price it reasonably they'd have a home run! Well it has to last as well, which Konrads have been doing well so far.

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    I also have heard rumors of a B1 replacment. I havent heard anything on a release though.. I too hope they do one. I think it would sell well. Jamie 570-639-2628
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