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    • I don’t have jubilees, but I do have KPT 942’s used in theaters up to 300 seats. My room is 30’x16’. I have spent 2 years positioning those speakers. Foot by Foot then inch by inch, playing the same reference songs over and over.  After all that maneuvering around the perfect spot ends up being 8’ from the speakers. 
    • I'd just try turning the computer volume to about 25% or less, and see how it sounds.   You will grow more nimble fingered in manipulating the Klipsch volume control in time.  I love the 2.1, but the volume control is truly it's worst feature.  Sing goddess of the bitter wrath of Achilles.    
    • A friend has one after researching and studying it for months. He’s having an affair with it. I named her Pretty Penny. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    • one of those car stereos that you can hear the sub 1/2 mile away
    • To reiterate with all the others here the Jubilees sound mo betta then kHorns and sound more cohesive closer in than possible with the KHorns. I heard my first set of Jubes in a big metal building somewhere in rural Arkansas. I thought to myself I wonder what they would sound like in a smaller home environment. So later that year I traveled to Idaho to audition a pair. Ordered a set the following winter/spring. @mikld you need to hear a pair IMHO. 
    • ..or you can buy the ones currently on ebay going for $177 each with shipping.
    • That's not good, is it? It's been discontinued. Support and security updates will stop soon too.  https://support.google.com/chromecast/answer/6260600 They no longer support setup from your computer.  iOS 14 no longer shows the cast icon... 
    • Howdy mikld, I am mahlman over at the other place. Check out my personal system and then realize that center to center they are 20' apart (that is center to center on 60" wide bass bins by the way) and I typically sit maybe 15 feet away. FAR larger than anything you are contemplating and let me assure you they sound phenomenal and are not too big. The idea a jubilee is too big is amusing and all I can say is hearing is believing. You owe it to yourself to be patient and seek out some of these larger all horn systems in order to be able to make an educated assessment of relative sound quality in a room environment. A fair number of people have never heard these bigger systems and therefore make statements based on what they think and have been "told" and never realize what they are missing by regarding something like a K-Horn as the ultimate. K-Horns are good so don't get me wrong but they are not in the same league as the better Klipsch pro gear.     All these people with opinions, me included, need to be verified by YOU personally for veracity. Please do not make a purchase based on only what you have others tell you. You do this right you only have to do it once more.     One more thing. You mention more volume than one might need. What that prodigious output potential does is give you better sound quality at any volume. A speaker that hardly has to work to produce the sound levels you want will have less distortion and that 30hz organ note will be much richer than it would be on a speaker that struggles to get there. My two favorite genres for some time now are pipe organs and Cellos. I want to pretend I am right there next to them being played and I rarely go above 80 to 85db any more. Now Japanese Fireworks as any visitor to my place knows IS played at volume because damn, you are right there and the booms shake you.
    • OK Here is a larger one and the last for this week. Of the three larger wood horns I have cut this one is by far the best and I may be done tinkering for a free standing horn. The one above is stacked on the new one for reference. The larger one is a 6.75 deep, 16" long and 9" tall and the mouth is 14" x 7". I am impatiently waiting for the second one to finish cutting so I can hear a pair in service.
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