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    • I just purchased a pair of Khorns from ebay -- one is 1954 and the other 1957. They have the Trusonic 103 LX2s in them and they are beasts. The mid and tweeter are from University.  I would like  to replace these but don't want to part with the Trusonics any time soon.  I have a pair of K 33 Ps with the square magnets (from what year I do not know) and have them in the bass bins presently  as the 103s are being serviced (some excellent people in Southern California)   but prefer the Trusonics.  The Klipsch people recommended keeping the crossovers stock but for replacing the caps.  They mentioned as old as they are, Paul Klipsch probably hand wound the crossover coils.  But they are designed to work with 16 ohm mids and tweeters and am not sure what I can or should update the mids/tweeters and still keep the crossovers.   Sounds like another call to Klipsch might be good, but if anyone has some helpful information it would be appreciated.  Kind regards, Dan
    • Must have been a great time. Would like to see Schu opinion on Jubs and comparison with his LaScalas.
    • I did all the Crites upgrades,now I'm looking at perhaps upgrading my integrated amp or phono stage. What I would like to know is will I hear a big difference if I went from a vintage Marantz to a modern one. I like the vintage Marantz, do the modern ones have the same signature? Someone suggested I don't swap my electronics. As much as I like my Marantz 1070, I believe I can improve the Forte's if I match them with higher end components,ie Marantz PM 8006 or maybe a better phono ie Croft RIAA. How can these not improve the Forte ll's and bring them to another level? The next thing I will be doing is putting acoustic foam panels in back of the Forte's.
    • How Wide is that room ?   Also, how is the Phantom Center, with the Jubes spread that wide ?
    • Great times... Eric has a superb collection of speakers well beyond the Jubilees.
    • Coytee, I didn't know that.    To explain the reasons I got me a third Center Jube  :             A ) I wanted a wider setup of my Left and Right JUBES, and when I did spread them wider, the center wasn't as strong.             B ) I had plenty of space for a 3rd Jube .                 C ) The 'Mad Money' was burning a HOLE in my pocket, and I couldn't resist.  Klipsch has teased us all into insanity !   Obviously, the phantom imaging is all there with 2 Jubes, ....but with THREE, once tuned + blended in, it is truly SICK !     Hail the L/C/R JUBE setup ! { LOL }  ~MUSIC BLISS ...til we die !
    • nope....Way South of 99.  I much closer to Hiway 249 @ Willowbrook Mall !
    • Glad you prolonged their lives. Someone will come around for them.
    • Had a Pioneer Elite that did the same thing . Got on the phone with them and was talked through changing the impedance level from 8ohm to 6ohm . It worked Not something you would find in the manual or setup program with my model but that was 10 years ago
    • Three cheers for Jupiter Flat Stacks!  
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