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  1. 3 points
    These are mine. I came up with the price based on a previous pair of version 2 cf3 black finish that sold for $1000 on eBay. I figured the version 1 and walnut finish would be worth more. I didn't get these cheap, but I wanted to hear them and I liked the finish, so I paid. I've had them since the winter, but I haven't been listening to them lately so I decided to test the waters on them. If a forum member is interested, contact me through the forum NOT EBAY for a better price.
  2. 2 points
    Being Walnut, IMHO, they are worth more than the black ones, plus they're V1. I sold my V2 or V3 Walnut CF3 close to that price. Now I have seller's remorse. Good luck with you sale and I hope you get what you need for them.
  3. 2 points
    I know you're not supposed to quote yourself, but Emile gave me a smiley and the remote already came in so I thought I'd update you. The remote is brain damaged. It will control the Onkyo 717 AVR but CAN NOT be programmed to run any other device like the original. A specific button needed to be used in tandem with the TV button (for instance) is NOT on the remote. It's just missing! I contacted China and the response was "Dear Friend there is no manual and I am not a programmer. Sorry."
  4. 2 points
    + 1 to that....I have about $ 1800.00 in the 2 pair of Chorus II's I have...To get into a pair of Forte III's would cost close to double that...I was already to pull the trigger... Just couldn't say good bye to the Chorus II's George
  5. 1 point
    Greetings,What would a great shape and sounding Klipsch Hershey speakers be worth to anyone out there...ser#'s 4527,4528....I know what they are worth... Do you??
  6. 1 point
    So you have Klipshorns, B collar, in Walnut Oiled from 1979. They haven't been modified, we call that unmolested. I'll assign a condition of 8/10, just a guess. It matters in what area you live and how fast you need to sell them. Khorns in good shape from that era average around $2k. The low average would be around $1600 and high average would be about $2400 for a pair in excellent condition that has had the crossovers updated, or other drivers upgraded. The last three sales I've recorded show $1200 in Condition C (average) April 2018 in Houston, $1500 Condition C May, 2018 in Mass, and $2100 condition B w/enclosure upgraded, NC May 2018. The bottom line is a willing Seller and a willing Buyer will set the final price.
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    Just won a Carver TX-11a on eBay for $130!!! Should go perfect with my C-1 preamp. Now I feel obligated to find an affordable M1.5t......
  9. 1 point
    You seem to have a lot of opinion but little interest in sellers items lately. You should decide if you're interested in buying an item and if not just move on. Keith
  10. 1 point
    Well it seems all I see now is a old guy.
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    IIRC, Klipsch briefly made Khorns and La Scalas that way but decided EV’s designed vertical orientation, “didn’t make a dime’s worth of difference.” Clearly, the construction and distribution costs to make mirror image left or right speakers were much more than a dime per speaker.
  13. 1 point
    Thank you so much! Actually they went to his daughter. 😉 I am looking forward to enjoying them, I truly appreciate your help!
  14. 1 point
    Yea I may check into just buying the capacitors and resistors myself and reloading by them. That’ll never admit it but size does matter. Lol Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. 1 point
    Listening now... and not a single shyte was given what other audiophiles think.
  16. 1 point
    You must think outside the box.
  17. 1 point
    And Thad knows his candy bar prices.
  18. 1 point
    Oh, I assure you we know what they're worth. We write stuff down. You asked your question in the Klipsch Pro Audio sub-forum. Do you know what you have?
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    Your generosity is most admirable......😁
  21. 1 point
    Joe Louis Arena was a dump, Intimidating perhaps with history, but still a dump. I thought those metal awnings at LCA looked spectacular, know we know why. 😊
  22. 1 point
    Thanks! I have a special place in my heart for Chorus II's also. So until they make Chorus III's (and I'm not holding my breath)...
  23. 1 point
    Pre amp for sure. Much more impact than the amp. If you need some really nice 6SN7s, I have a bunch....
  24. 1 point
    Just leave the compression slot in the motor-board as it is. Nobody will ever see it anyway. I would have just mounted a full-length 1.5" diameter solid hardwood dowel left to right on the top rear of the bass bin (a la towel rack set-up), then put non-rotating casters on the bottom rear PANEL of the bass bin, then you just lean them back and pull them around on two wheels, and they can still sit directly on their bottoms when in use. Be sure to take some compressed air and blow out all the crap that has gathered over the years inside the rear portion of the bass bin...mouse nests, spider egg cases, stuffed toys...whatever...it will actually improve the bass horn sound-path-way and make them sound better.
  25. 1 point
    I just purchased a pair of RF 7illls and they sound incredible. Very crisp sounding and clear. I also own a pair of Cornwall llls which are equally impressive. I like them both and would be hard pressed to give a one up on either of them. If space is an issue, then go with the RF 7lll's and as earlier stated, watch the videos by Youthman.
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