Email the member who mentioned owning them and see where that leads you.
New York Acoustics was started by Jim Cox who had previously work at New York Audio Labs along with Andy Fuchs...Fuchs Audio. The two shared a room in a warehouse located in Yonkers, N.Y. I believe the company was started in the mid 70's and lasted up until late 80's or early 90's. The model 8-2 represented a 8" woofer and 2-way X over. I would stop by every now and then to BS and pick up parts. Jim was a great guy!
I just came across this thread years later while searching for NYA. I worked with Jim at the shop in the mid 1980s until just before the shop closed down. I don't know what became of Jim but I believe I have an old catalog at home somewhere which may have more details about the various NYA speakers. I'll try to find it and scan it.
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Which one will you recommend in terms of sound quality and for the types of music I usually listen too?