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    • Hey everyone... I am going to dump my philips cd960 this weekend.  I was wondering what a fair asking price would be.  Its in excellent condition with all new belts (not a fun task).  No remote.  Plays and sounds excellent.  I just dont use it that much and we are downsizing.  Having a hard time finding realistic prices.  All i can seem to find is stuff in Europe and they are asking stupid amounts... Any help would be appreciated.  
    • Loving it. I'm hearing more music.....blacker backround, tighter bass, more clarity and definition. Spotify Premium sounds like lossless......the good recordings anyway. Lossless files sound that much better.

      Sent from my SM-G920R4 using Tapatalk

    • I was looking at a pioneer 535 from eBay for about 65$ what's your opinion on it do you think it would have enough power to push them
    • Welcome to Klipsch and welcome to the forum. There are good folks here.   You are going to love the Quartets.  They are the baby bear in the Quartet (no suffix), Forte II, and Chorus II line up.  The baby bear does not have quite the bass power the others but very respectable.   The question of amplifiers for Klipsch products is a vast subject.  The most consistent trend is good reports for amps operating in "Class A" and particularly tube amps. Somewhat expensive.  Nonetheless, there have been favorable mentions of older, low power (like 20 watt) Japanese receivers.  These usually operate in "Class A" at lower levels.  Further, "digital amps" called Class D or Class T have a very big following in the audio world.   It may well be that your Sony will give excellent results.  You should listen for a couple of months before spending money.   Placement in the corners of the room, the speakers "toed in" toward the listener is always a starting point.   My only gripe with my Quartets is that they are short.  I've put them on 18 inch stands to get the mid up to ear elevation.  Echhh, 12 inches would probably do as well.    I've also moved them into the room along with the modest flat screen TV display.  Closer to the couch.  The bass is still good.  A nice surprise was that watching Star Trek, the next generation, the sounds of the engines could be heard without being intrusive.     Everyone here will like to hear reports of your adventures with these.  So don't be shy.   WMcD      
    • On the other hand, I watched the TCU/SMU game last night and heard in the background a drum cadence/cheer in the background.  It was one I brought to the school---nostalgia, a little pride, and some amazement they still use it.  Go Frogs!
    • Previously I was going USB out of my laptop--->USB-Optical converter--->Digital EQ--->DAC.

      Now I'm going HDMI out of my laptop-->HDMI Extractor--->Optical out of the HDMI Extractor---> Digital EQ---> DAC

      Sent from my SM-G920R4 using Tapatalk

    • Getting ready to roll.....   Gear all packed old shop helpers wife will be taking him out soon and when he gets back to there house the party will be going..... DJ MKP will be pumpimg the lol...   I did move some wood around the yard and came across Mr. Toad in the log pile.... came across some ugly spiders too....   Later..... MKP :-)
    • I assume that you're talking about going from S/PDIF coaxial or optical to HDMI (extracted)...or is it USB?
    • My HDMI extractor just showed up. It took a whole 3 minutes to hook up.

      Initial impressions:
      Holy BLUE LIGHTS!!!
      The difference was heard immediately. Much improved clarity and detail right off the bat. More listening to come....

      PS....Carl, you're 2 for 2. Any more recommendations feel free to send them my way.

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