Jump to content
The Klipsch Audio Community


  1. Klipsch Announcements

    1. Klipsch News

      Important news pertaining to Klipsch will be posted here.

    2. Klipsch Pilgrimage 2018

      Talk all about the 2018 Klipsch Pilgrimage to Hope, AR! Save the date: May 17-20, 2018

    3. Klipsch Website & Forum Info

      Klipsch Website and Forums news.

  2. Klipsch Museum of Audio History

    1. Klipsch Museum: News & Announcements

      Any news or announcements related to the Klipsch Museum of Audio History will be posted here.

    2. Ask the Historian

      Got a Klipsch history question for historian Jim Hunter? Ask here! 

    3. Klipsch Museum: General Discussion

      Let's talk about the museum here!

  3. Klipsch Audio

    1. General Klipsch Info

      Talk about any other Klipsch Audio products and accessories here.

    2. 2-Channel Home Audio

      Talk about stereo amp and speaker matching here.

    3. Home Theater

      Talk about Klipsch Home Theater products and setups including Floorstanders, Bookshelf Speakers, Soundbars and more here!

    4. Subwoofers

      Scratch that "low-end itch" with talk about subwoofers of all types.
      Hz so good.

    5. Architectural

      Talk about custom Home Theater designs and our Klipsch Architectural products here.

    6. Klipsch Pro Audio

      Talk about our Pro Audio and Cinema products here.

    7. Technical/Modifications

      Talk about updating & modifying older speakers and other technical/electronic information here.

    8. Headphones

      Talk about our in-ear and on-ear headphones here.

    9. Personal Music Systems

      Talk about our KMC Music Systems, Portable Systems, Computer Speakers and legacy iPod speakers here.

    10. Talkin' Tubes

      Talk about that sweet warm tube sound.

    11. Solid State

      Solid-state ONLY posts here please. Keep that tube stuff to that "other" subforum. ;-)

  4. The Klipsch Joint

    1. Garage Sale

      Have audio-related equipment to sell? Post here!
      Remember, Klipsch is not responsible for resulting transactions - buy with caution! No dealers, please.

    2. Lounge

      Talk about almost anything that's on your mind here. Sports, News, Music, Movies, Gaming, Computers, etc.

  • Recent Topic Activity

  • Recent Posts

    • In our experience, concrete foundations help with big carnivore predators like foxes preventing them to dig holes under the fence. Fence all arround help against hawks etc. The problem are snakes and smaler animals that can enter through the fence. Denser fence might be a solution to most of them, but not all.
    • It took me 23 years to afford Klipschorns, but it was worth it.  Hopefully it won't take you that long!  For now, you could get some other Klipsch speakers, and later use them as surrounds, using your finally acquired Klipschorns as Left Front and Right Front.   But nothing is simple.  Now there is a contender, probably better, the Jubilee, available by special order from Klipsch, through Roy Delgado.  Roy and Paul Klipsch designed it.  It was originally called the Klipschorn Jubilee, because it was intended to be the successor to the Klipschorn.    Regular Klipschorn       Klipsch Jubilee    
    • Why would you need two pairs (since you only have one pair of Chorus II)?
    •   Just in case anyone didn't notice, the ad is from craigslist. Anyone with interest could peruse the provided link.    Keith
    • Hey Tom.. I just joined this forum also but have been around Klipsch - even performed a guitar duo through a pair of heresy's that was a welcome sound to the audience.  My two bits is to say - HA HA your are HOOKed on Klipsch now!! That is PAYBACK for me getting HOOKed on Land Rovers.. :-) (not really fair since I have spent more on my Rovers than any speakers.. but felt good to say) Good luck on your search! 
    • Thanks Emile I appreciate the compliment. Veneering can be hard but I enjoy it.     
    • Hi - been around Klipsch long b4 there was anything but the Heritage, fell in love with the openness of B&W's but ended up in a small home with a pair of RB35's  These were bi-amped on an old classic Sansui QRX 6500 and sounded GREAT! BUT life goes on and furniture changes and The Sansui is setting in a shed. (sin) Now the newest amp to power these RB35's is a Sony STR DH770 which is Bi-Ampable. BUT is rated at 145 per - RMS! (RB35's are rated for  125 - 500 peak)   Am I going to hurt the rb35s with the 145 per component (bi-amped) and if so what will I be hearing as they start to deteriorate?   Since I have bi-amped them I have come as close as I can to that sweet sound I got from the QRX 6500 - but that beast is not welcome in the house (size and looks per the wife - I know - nuther story..) BUT the Sansui was only rated at 35 rms per (discrete) channel..    All you newbies to the field  :-) - give me you thoughts..  Thanks
    • Baby steps indeed. The first coop (now for juveniles) had a 16x16ft run attached, basically 4 cattle panels square. The barn was full of trash and just a dumping ground for everything I didn't want in the garage, which was full of crap I didn't want in the house. It took me about a month to clean up, burn, bury, haul it all off and start to prep for birds and goats. A year later and I continue to refine things but overall it's working out like I had planned. We're on year 3 or so since we started buying and growing livestock and in it for the long haul, so just taking our time and growing in manageable increments.
    • Just a bit too far for me otherwise I'd snag them. Love my V1 CF3's and another pair as rears in a HT setup would be fun.
  • Who's Online (See full list)

  • Forum Statistics

    • Total Topics
    • Total Posts
  • Member Statistics

    • Total Members
    • Most Online

    Newest Member