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    • Veneer sounds as the best choice --------- I will agree with your wife on that 100%  ---refinish them -
    • Salut dubai I wouldn't miss it, I would do a photo report, I only get the horns back in August. But I'm waiting to get more information from the forum pros, who would have made these transformations... 
    • But won't these boards add another IC into the signal? - sorry for the ignorant question. The beauty of transformers is - to my ears - that they often sound quite good. Cheers, Wolfram
    • Salut @Rodolpk6   Beau projet que ces nouvelles KHorn. Tes anciennes BelleKlipsch étaient superbes et tes modifications géniales !   Pour ton nouveau projet, pourquoi tu n'écoutes pas déjà les Khorn comme ça sans les fermer, peut-être que les coins arrondis vont convenir. Ensuite pour les fermer je suis certains que les gars ici te conseilleront au mieux. Ils sont très sympas et aiment aider les possesseurs de Klipsch. Je vais suivre ton sujet avec intérêt 👍     Nice project that this new KHorn. Your old BelleKlipsch were superb and your modifications were great!   For your new project, why don't you already listen to the Khorns like that without closing them, maybe the rounded corners will be fine. Then to close them, I'm sure the guys here will advise you the best. They are very friendly and like to help owners of Klipsch. I will follow your topic with interest 👍
    • Do you happen to have a 3.5 mm to the same cable lying around. Just thinking that meanwhile you have a 3.5 analog input on the bar. My plasma had a 3.5 output.
    • Wouldn't be surprised, I believe these stories, if it were ours or from somewhere else who knows. For one what the military does and has only comes out 20 years later, probably when there is something to replace it.     Also it would be pretty arrogant of us to think were the smartest and most advanced thing in the universe. Also that would be really sad. All of the sighting over the last 100 years can't all be mistakes.    A friend loves these kinds of stories and watches all the videos, he is really hoping to see something one day. I always tell him it's all fun and games until the probing starts !   .
    • Hi Rodolphe, that looks like a very nice room. Actually I also contemplate to move my Khorns from the basemnt into the living room. But I have only one proper corner so any pics that show how you solve that problem will be greatly appreciated. Cheers, Wolfram
    • Having lived a bit longer with the tweeter-less horn I am even more convinced that the performance is closer to "real" life than ever before. It' s like a wall of sound with great front-depth perspective. You really feel like getting up and walk between the musicians. Today I reworked my crossover (removed the tweeter caps) AND - most importantly - installed a pair of Miflex capacitors (from Poland). They do have some super expensive copper-polypropylene-paper caps (a 10uF cap sells for about $ 280.00 - which I cannot -afford) but combine their cheap polypropylene (12uF for $7.50) with a small (0.33uF) copper-poly-paper bypass and you are getting a very open, clean but never sterile sound (kind of perfect to my ears). Massed strings for example are really close to what you are hearing at a live concert. So I am a happy camper indeed and the Beyma ribbons will be up for sale soon. Cheers, Wolfram
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