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  1. 13 points
    I'm posting this with a heavy heart... As much as I love my Home Theater, it takes up too much of my time and I am struggling to keep up with the everyday basics such as cleaning and maintaining my home, so something has to give. I will be re-homing my collection. Please don't ask any questions, as I can't handle talking about it. Below is a list of what's available. All FREE of charge, but to good homes only. Serious inquiries only please. Thanks for reading and understanding... 1. Dustpan and brush 2. Sponges 3. Dusters 4. Mop and bucket 5. Window cleaner 6. Vaccuum 7. Dishwashing liquid 8. Laundry detergent 9. Fabric softener 10. Laundry baskets 11. Toilet brush 12. Cleaning sprays 13. Scrubbing brushes Borrowed from Facebook. Hope it gives you a chuckle.
  2. 12 points
    Still can't post pics from my phone for some reason but I got a new grandson about an hour ago. Alexander John Williams.
  3. 10 points
    Been Lurking for some time now. I had a lower end system that I bought about 13 years ago. And because of this forum I decided it’s time for a new system. I keep hearing (reading) all great things about the Forte III. Earlier this week I made a 6 hour round trip to listen and possibly buy some Forte III. After just a few minutes of listening I knew these were the ones. Even my wife was impressed and she usually doesn’t care about stuff like this. Then of course i had to get a new receiver so I decided on a Denon AVR X3500H (plenty of a receiver for me). This system will hopefully last me a very long time. Next will be a new tv. My tv is about 15 years old but we don’t watch enough tv to justify getting one any time soon. We have never had cable or satellite. We do occasionally rent a movie. We just have music as background noise 24/7. Anyways thanks to this forum for leading me in the right direction. I’m giving my old system to my son. He just got his first apartment and is very excited. 😜 Old system: Pioneer 5960, Synergy F2’s, RC52 and a couple of Klipsch 12”sub.
  4. 10 points
    I'll take the vacuum! My wife has a birthday coming up.
  5. 9 points
  6. 9 points
    I finally finished cutting my black granite slabs that I have had for almost a year now. Placed them on top of my 5 Chorus II's and my diy audio racks for a seamless look. The other 2 Chorus II's are in surround position with matching black granite tops. So what do you guys think? Do you like the look of black granite and walnut?
  7. 9 points
    Mustering as much civility as I can: These are superstitions. The first claim is provably false, the second claim is a misstatement of what dither does, and believing otherwise will not change the facts no matter how forcefully anybody asserts those beliefs.
  8. 8 points
  9. 8 points
    KPT-1502. Gotta rearrange and clean up and make some covers but yeah jubilees and a 1502 for my outdoor system. May or may not plasti-kote it in white.
  10. 8 points
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  12. 8 points
    Power Ball is up to $180 million. I have 4 tickets. I'm a shoe in.
  13. 8 points
    Another Jazz record playing now I like the feel and style of this record even though it’s the first time I have heard this artist Artist - Wynton Marsalis Title - Marsalis Standard Time Vol 1 
  14. 8 points
    on my listening room. It was my workshop out behind my house, and I gathered free 3' x 4' plywood scraps for the interior walls. Really rugged, but so disjointed that I couldn't paint or anything. Bright idea.... Add 1" x 4" pine boards stained walnut as wainscoting and use painted paneling as in-between wall, attached directly to the plywood. This only brought the wall out 1/8 inch or so in the panel area, and meant I didn't have to move the Klipschorns in the process. Here's what it looks like tonight. I embedded a 2' x 4' LED ceiling fixture ("troffer" is the term) into the wall, which is dimmable. I then put a vinyl stained glass cling onto the back of a piece of plexiglas and framed around it like a window. Those wall hangings are old Klipsch ads. What do you think?
  15. 8 points
    Because you won't find many of them at that price!
  16. 8 points
    Mom at work Son off with his buds. Daughter out surfing Me and dogbert.... We’re just hanging
  17. 7 points
    Okay, guys! I love Klipsch speakers and I only listen to Klipsch speakers. And I only collect Heritage. I currently have a total of 8 pairs of Heresies. I have too many Heresies! So in the spirit of giving, I'd to give away free two pairs of Heresies to members of the Klipsch forum (especially those who don't have Heresy and would like to listen to one). They are first come first serve. You would have to provide for transportation. Enjoy!
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  19. 7 points
    Linda Ronstat, bet that half-speed is smooth sounding! & a good trumpeter through Khorns... it's been so long that if I did not have the K-55V/K700 in the Supers I could not imagine how that experience would be. Good Stuff.
  20. 7 points
    Ok...Sorry. It must have been the single malt...won't happen again... Let me throw a red octopus on the vinyl alter for atonement. Jefferson Starship - Red Octopus. 1975
  21. 7 points
    Some photos of Carl's vacation.
  22. 7 points
    Woke up to an ocean view as we're on vacation. Just got from an hour long beach walk. Had martinis on the patio last night. Cheers all.
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  24. 7 points
    1967, 50+ years ago when these guys cranked out this, their first album, A LOT of cover songs on it. The Beatles, Sonny & Cher, The Zombies, Diana Ross &^ the Supremes ALL had hits "their" way. Vanilla Fudge played it THEIR way! Deep and heavy on the B-3/Leslie combo with outstanding vocals mixed in. A twist on the psychedelic West coast sound that worked since they drew quite the British following. Yes, Deep Purple, Styx, Uriah Heep along with Led Zeppelin were ALL influenced by them. Pretty crazy nuts to look back and hear someone say, "Yea, i remember when Led Zeppelin opened for us." They did though! "You Keep Me Hangin On," THEIR way is classic! It truly is a great old album imo!
  25. 7 points
    Canned Heat - Live At Topanga Corral
  26. 7 points
    Before or after doing this ?
  27. 7 points
    Also owned a set of KG4s.....just bought a new set of R-51PM....Loyal happy American Klipsch customer ..... USA first.....keep it American !
  28. 7 points
    More from our neighborhood suburban sanctuary. Neighbor knocked on the door earlier and asked if I wanted to see this. Another neighbor that is challenged by physical labor is paying him to clean up storm damage from weeks ago, and look what was under this limb. With it's long spindly legs and running like Bambi on ice I wonder if it was born today. Saw the doe earlier when saying goodbye to a friend leaving after lunch, but where did the doe go after playing with the other neighbors rodents (3lb incessantly barking bugs)?
  29. 7 points
  30. 7 points
    Yeah @Dave1290 some don't consider that major but it will probably smart for a day or so, bounce back quick! Discovering that I can bounce back somewhat right now. Got up at five Mon. and gave it a good pounding, got to sleep at 7a today for two hours. Sure I'll hit that pillow hard in a few. Straight from Doraville:
  31. 7 points
    Back home, tonight, this make me happy. Had my own coffee in my coffee pot already, my own shower and later my bed. I'm easy to please.
  32. 7 points
    Felt like some “Roxy Music’s Country Life” this afternoon. Hmmmm, posting a picture of the album cover might earn me some "warning points"!!!!! 😲
  33. 7 points
  34. 7 points
    Looks like ya got a nice grab there Mike! Know you'll be cookin 'em! Nice to see you're numb in your new Digs Cincy! Crank that Huey landing for the neighbors? Gotta break em in at some point! Ha! Had my post sitting here for a while. THOUGHT I could get the yard mowed before a monsoon hit. EPIC fail. Got soaked half-way thru so went out to see my Mom @ the assisted living complex. Got some laffs from the residents seeing me soaked! Hopefully it made there day! Just got back then tossed the Blind Faith on. Such a great old Lp. Good to see ya checking back in Mossy! Enjoy seeing the posts by everyone! Jogs my old wittle pea brain and I GO! Nice keepin my grin on in here w/all of you guys!
  35. 7 points
    Good Morning to all and I hope all of you have a fun and safe 4th of July.
  36. 7 points
    Jake turned ten yesterday. Presents included squeak toys and a pigs ear.
  37. 7 points
    Lighthouse. Trying to embed a photo.
  38. 7 points
    i call this one “busted” "i was taking a picture that duesenberg guitar nancy, i promise."
  39. 7 points
    IME, there is nothing to be gained being publicly critical of another member. The anonymity of the medium makes it difficult for some to avoid personal conflicts. Some take it personally when others have different preferences. For example, you own an F150 and I buy a Ram, is incorrectly interpreted as a criticism of you for being so ignorant as to prefer your Ford. I observed this phenomenon from an early age and have tried to avoid it. My late father was a kind and decent man who would help strangers anyway he could, until he got behind the wheel of a car. He was one of the most aggressive and competitive drivers I ever saw. I don’t think he would have done well on the Internet. IMO, the negative conduct exhibited by some need not be moderated to the extreme. The kooky crankiness is amusing and easy, at least for me, to ignore. I like class D chip amps, zip cord, and hi-res digital. Do I lose sleep if someone else prefers tubes, Cardas cables, and vinyl? I do not. Over the 17 years I’ve haunted this forum, I’ve seen malcontents come and go. When trolling troublemakers fail to get a rise out of others they grow bored and go to another board. One thing that ought to unite us all is a shared preference for the high efficiency and low distortion of Klipsch, despite the anti-horn bias of “audiophiles.”
  40. 7 points
    I did a triple blind test and had a party with all 3000 people in my neighborhood and every single one of them said for 150 bucks it's worth it. $150.00 in this hobby ain't Shiit. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  41. 7 points
    I was wondering how long it would take for you to go third person on us.
  42. 7 points
    Years ago, I was sitting in a lawn chair, smoking a fine Habanos & drinking some Hanana Club, while watching the wife cut the grass. Lady from across the street walks over, & sez "Why, you ought to be hung". To which I sez, "I am; that's why she cuts the grass".
  43. 7 points
    How do you cut 95” high grass?
  44. 7 points
    Fill glass with Cider. Pour out cider. Refill glass with Bourbon. Welcome Daniel ... just joking with you. I’ve never had a cider cocktail so i can’t help. Hopefully, someone on this forum can ... a lot of boozehounds around here.
  45. 7 points
  46. 7 points
    I may have mentioned this before, but a recent memorable Grand Haven moment was my brother-in-law, Dave’s, memorial service at the American Legion Hall (got to be one of the best Legion Halls) right on the river. After finally hearing from his fellow Marines about his heroism in Vietnam — Dave never talked about his two tours — during the outdoor service two young (~12) boys riding by on bikes, got off their bikes and stood at attention. Only in GH.
  47. 6 points
    I got suspended for having bangs a week before high school graduation. Principal was a former Marine! NO LONG HAIR at all. Sides close but ya could have bangs so I Flipped mine over but it touched the tip of my nose sooo 3 days out or until you got a haircut. I got mine trimmed a bit just to get outta there! Now the girls and short skirts? Ha! They had to get down on both knees and if their skirt didn't touch the floor they got sent home to change. He made an example out of one of the best looking chicks in my class. Yup right there in the hall during class change. Of course we ALL stopped and stared w/an OMG look! hahahaha 😎
  48. 6 points
    Chorus really do respond to power and they will not only come to life but they will go places Forte cannot. The Chorus uses a pro high power woofer the K48 in contrast the Cornwall uses a K33 woofer and is happy to play on small flea power amplifiers. So which is better is a matter of application. With available power the Chorus can do things the Cornwall or the Forte cannot. What you are after will determine which model will suit you best, the Chorus and Cornwall will both outshine the Forte and are not that much larger. All respond well to upgrades especially to titanium diaphragms for the horns and fresh new capacitors for the crossovers.
  49. 6 points
  50. 6 points
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