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  1. Some here may have a great appreciation for this story.... http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2014/03/02/the-incredible-thing-an-8-year-old-boy-did-for-a-soldier-will-be-remembered-for-a-lifetime/
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  2. I have both types and they are not interchangeable. The Forte have plastic tabs which snap into a rubber holder drilled into the motorboard. The Forte II are magnetic.
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  3. Looking for someone who may have some rough cabs or components from a pair of KPT-100s. Such as the horns, woofers, and crossovers. Let me know. Duder.
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  4. Thanks guys. Looking forward to listening my Belles with tubes. I have been running SS for years and thought I would give tubes a try.
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  5. Sale pending to Toolz - Kevin
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  6. About 2 inches of sleet and the low is gonna be around 12 here in central Arkansas. Come on Summer!
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  7. I agree. Would love to find another RSW-15 locally. I saw you have the Cherry finish and was curious how they looked so I searched Google images for Klipsch Cherry RSW-15 and recognized a TON of photos that I have posted to the forums. LOL
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  8. Nice! I'll keep preachin' the good Klipsch word. RSW-15's are very hard to beat when taking into account these two factors; Performance, Looks (WAF
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  9. It's tough, better with a huge pipe and a bunch of lighters.
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  10. I don't know. My thought is that should be. This is just because I'd think they'd want to do as little re-tooling as possible in the upgrade. I have some Forte II and can make some measurements if that is what you need. If you have Forte (I) let me ask that you post dimensions of the grills and I can see how close they agree. I think we have to look at the inside surface ( the one up against the mother board) of the beveled plastic structure of the frame. WMcD
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  11. Thanks Derrick and all others that posted encouraging words. My wife gets all the credit for allowing all the wooferage. Bill
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  12. How come every time I turn around, somebody comes up with a new technical thing-a-bob that I've never heard of. Then they casually drop it into the conversation like we should all nod our heads and know they are talking about. I'm a simple soul with simple needs, a simple brain, and I need to do things simply so I can get some simple music out of a simple sound system? Is that too much to ask? T'aint fair I tell ya!
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  13. Oh no you did not, I just walked in the house this very minute with the same... Exactly the same thing using indirect and a weber! and on the seventh day, god created Brisket... Over cast day here... looks like gojira.
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  14. If they were blue, they weren't SpeakON connectors but PowerCON, totally blue and meant for power only (I used some when I rewired the power supply for an audio mixer). If they only had a ring or part of them blue, they were still designed for audio.Either would work, but using a powerCON would be like using a twist lock NEMA connector for your speakers. Not likely that someone would plug in an extension cord to your speakers, but why take the risk. This was the grey speakON socket my Belles came with: http://www.neutrik.com/en/speakon/speakon-chassis-connectors/speakon-chassis-connectors/ And this was the blue speakON connector I attached to my speaker cables. They're not all blue, just partly blue: http://www.neutrik.com/en/speakon/spx-series/nl4fx The powerCON connectors are also blue, but the locking lug pattern is different (3 lugs instead of 2), presumably to avoid any chance of anyone connecting an AC power line to a speaker. It also has 3 contacts instead of 2 or 4. They look like this: http://www.neutrik.com/en/audio/powercon/powercon-20-a/
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  15. Ok, day three here on Spotify and i don't have much to add except that my mind is blown that this is even legal. I have made 3 playlists so far with a total of 200 or songs. I'm in music heaven. I feel like a just bought a new Mercedes for $5000. Amazing deal but it seems to good to be true like i need to horde all the music I can before its shutdown...lol.
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  16. Thats who did it, hopefully this helps you out. I like Bill's Idea but I thought the rs-35s were a bit small for that. But both look like the will work great.
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  17. Here's what I did with some RS-7's It's before the forum change and the pics are huge when you click on them. https://community.klipsch.com/index.php?/topic/145553-diy-surround-mounts/ Here's the post also on AVS that shows up better. http://www.avsforum.com/t/680426/klipsch-owner-thread/25320#post_23651742
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  18. Go to a big box hardware store and buy a couple of framing brackets. Add some custom bending and you're in for a couple of bucks. Keith
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  19. I have my Rear RB-75s laying horizontal and tilted towards our LP. I picked up a couple of L-brackets and white boards that I attached to the wall and put the speakers on them.
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  20. Damn unmarked patrol cars, there outta be a law. But sir I was keeping pace with the radio
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  21. My tarantula molting, it takes several hours. And a few posts.
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  22. Congrats Scott, I wished it had been me but I need to do my yearly clearance sale before I buy anything else.
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  23. All dam day, my lawn is loving it, wife and I are heading out to santa cruz in the morning, pick up a klipsch sub, and hit the Pub.
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  24. Beats my Oreo's and Aquafina big time........
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  25. They are worth buying even for just eye candy. Bill
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  26. Made me think of wide angle Tennessee 2010 for Christmas, Michael let me play with his 10 MM lens.
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  27. Yep. I have had more than enough money (but not rich) and I can say as between job satisfaction and money, job satisfaction is far more important. Money is not even a close second place.
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  28. Good shot Amy, There are seven types of Chickadee in N America, your pic is of a "black Capped", mine is a "chestnut Backed"....We get to see five of the seven varieties, tho the "chestnut" is by far the commonest around here. I can get them to eat from my hand.
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  29. Beautiful shot!!! I love chickadees too I don't think I've seen ones with brown in them...at least not that I've noticed. Pretty!
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  30. My favorite bird...What is it about Chickadees? [click pic for larger image]
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  31. Looking down the driveway on a foggy morning.
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  32. I actually went out hiking yesterday morning during the snow-dump before it got really cold. So beautiful....
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  33. Out my back window today. No way I was going outside. Klipsch was closed today and will be closed again tomorrow. I forget what working is like!!
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  34. I took this on the way out of Snowshoe at 4:30PM yesterday. It's through the windshield with a crappy iPhone4:
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  35. Went out yesterday to one of my favorite haunts, this guy was unusually obliging.
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  36. While traveling to visit my girlfriend/future wife, I took this photo in a church in Manila. I added the text in PhotoShop and made Christmas cards. The window was made in Germany, the church itself made in Belgium, with a hand by Gustav Eiffel. The church is made of METAL, steel beams, similar to the Eiffel tower, and Statue of Liberty. Bruce
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  37. My sister modeling some headphones... Did you see what I did right there?? I made this Klipsch-relevant!!
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  38. Final one, another flight over the Rockies.
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  39. While this is all simmering, I took the time to open our brand new case just delivered from our wine club ! Boxx, you know its a happy day when a new one arrives. Next, I will show a photo of our choice for THIS simple Italian dish...
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  40. Here, I added some fresh organic broad leaf parsley to the mix.... []
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