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  1. 🤗Placed an order today for a pair of Cornwall IVs in black ash, I have wanted a pair sense I first heard them in the early 80s! Retiring later this year and thought it would be a good way to start my new journey.
    29 points
  2. I'm going to be really honest and possibly ramble on so bear with me. Almost exactly a year ago I had what was diagnosed as a panic attack that sent me to the ER. I had never experienced anything like that before and I thought I was going to die. My body was shaking uncontrollably, I was having chills and my breathing was very shallow. I have a history of anxiety and depression but this was a whole new ballgame. I was prescribed a daily anti-anxiety drug and also Atavan as needed for severe cases. This last week and a half was really, really bad. Four days in a row with panic attacks with one where I made my wife drive me to the ER so I'd at least be in the parking lot if things got worse. It got so bad I was having muscle pains in the center of my chest from tensing up so much. I had a phone visit with my doctor today and it was good to talk to him about it. He made some adjustments to my meds and i already feel a lot better. Fortunately I already had a physical and med check scheduled for this Thursday also. Anyway, of all the forums I belong to this is the only one I actively check several times a day. It helps take my mind off of things and I really enjoy the discussions and camaraderie this forum provides. Hopefully at the next Pilgrimage I'll be able to meet some of you and thank you in person.
    27 points
  3. I’d like to share a recent transaction I had with forum member jimjimbo. I bought a set of La Scala’s from Jim about 3 months ago on the intentions of picking them up in late April. He let me configure them exactly how I wanted them. He also let me pay with PayPal even though his preferred payment was cash when I picked them up. Last week, another set of La Scala’s were posted in the “garage sale” section. They happened to be my old industrials that I sold last year and have regretted ever since. I noticed Jimbo had made a couple comments about them in the for sale thread, so I sent him a PM letting him know those were my old speakers and answered a question he had about them. Jim sent me a message back and offered to refund my money so I could purchase my old industrials back. Well, while all of this was going on, I was informed that my hours at work would be significantly increasing and would be unable to make a trip out of town for an unknown amount time. I let Jim know my situation and that I probably wouldn’t be able to pick either set of La Scala’s up. He still offered to refund my purchase. I agreed that a refund would be the best option. He refunded my money that day. I offered to pay him for the inconvenience I caused, but he declined. Moral of the story. Jim went above and beyond what he was required to do. He answered numerous questions I’ve had over the last 3 months without any hesitation. He’s been a pleasure to deal with, and most of all, just treated me like a friend. It’s good to know there are still good people out there, and Jim is one of them. Jim, I owe you an apology for tying up a beautiful set of La Scala’s for so long. I’m sorry for the inconvenience and thank you for being so understanding. I owe you one, bud.
    24 points
  4. Been waiting a while now to choose the room
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  5. Well Thank you. I am just a small part of all of this, many have helped to make this museum come true, I am just a very little part. (not in weight) That makes me happy to think about that, being part of anything to do with Scott Yocum or the award in his Honor is a big deal to me and a privilege. Time spent working with Mr Yocum was way to short for me, I wish I could have had more time to get to know him better but it was fun. He would laugh, he wore a headband to help with sweat and I called him the karate Kid. Wish he could have been around much longer. It's also big deal to me that they decided to pick me, it's not something I had ever thought about before finding out. It was all about making a museum as best we can to honor PWK's story and history, he deserves that at the very least. It was also all about having the chance to work with some really nice and fun people, I have to name Craig Strause since he is who is in charge of renovations and I work with everyday, and of course Karen Joy and Donna. And of course Jim Hunter, who if you don't know is a funny guy, you never know what Jim is going to say. So many good people, like SSH, as nice of a person as you could meet, I still have that cigar you gave me from Mr Yocum that was intended to be smoked with you, it's in the china cabinet to remind me of him everytime I see it. Thank you. Craig, you are the main reason I do whatever I can to help. Thank You. And of course Chief Bonehead for many reasons, including all the respect he has for PWK and for just how he is as a person. Thank You. I did have a couple rules #1 I will not go under a house (spiders) and I don't want to die under a house in Hope with a old building causing it. #2 No getting on the roof (3 storys high). I am old and have no ballerina skills, and gravity would get me, and also the dying thing. .
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  6. Jim's Dope From Hope recently announced that dtel is the recipient of the Scott Yocum Award, given for outstanding service to the museum. Congratulations, dtel! Scott is no doubt smiling on you. SSH
    19 points
  7. Just wanted to let everyone know that we are concerned about the problems with customer service. Here is the response I got from the head guy..... “we’re dealing with unprecedented traffic and are drastically increasing the size of the team to get back to world class service asap.“ We have more than doubled the customer service reps as of last week. We appreciate your patience. Thanks.
    19 points
  8. So, I'm sitting here sipping on a glass of Colonel E. H. Taylor bourbon ... a gift from forum friend @jimjimbo-- thank you Jim. this never would have happened if not for this forum. Sometimes this place seems like it's in turmoil; but let's take the advice from that Styx song ... "We'll take the best, forget the rest." Life is too short to spend in conflict. I like to live by that verse in the Bible that says "as much as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone." Being cool to others is something in my control. So, here's to being cool to people.
    18 points
  9. Finally good weather to get these out and breathing.....wow. Thanks to Derek @Fleawatt for helping out with the crossovers. These are seriously badass....
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  10. Look at the tops on these, just ridiculously pretty. Beasley picked out a good pair for me, I think he did a good job at least. Ordered these to use in a video but yeah I'm not shipping these anywhere, ordered some other black ones to use, doubt I'll ever see another pair like this again.
    17 points
  11. I am new to the forums so I thought I’d share my set up Klipsch KLF 30 Klipsch KSW 15 Carver A-500X Carver CT-25.1 If you have any questions About the set up or tips let me know from Ontario 🇨🇦🇨🇦
    17 points
  12. I ran across this and it seemed appropriate to post here: RIP Sancho. https://www.ngams.org/retirees/fallen-hero/capt-ret-kendall-payne/?fbclid=IwAR1FxQQiv3_y0y7_xNTgh85oMZLHTfhBTZC3kSQ87rGBWv0NXchG0PnfvCQ
    16 points
  13. Finally. Proud new owner of Cornwall IV's in American Walnut. I should have done this a long time ago. Purchased from local dealer, ListenUp. Though ListenUp is not a Certified Heritage Dealer, they sell the whole line and had them in stock. Some 30 years ago I purchased a pair of Forte II's from this dealer, from a salesman named Gary. Why I remember that, I don't know. So I called them up, on a Thursday, asked for Gary (he's still there, though higher up in the food chain, I'm sure!). "Can you have them at my house tomorrow, cuz I'm going out of town Saturday?" He told me that he had to get them from the warehouse in Denver (I'm in Colorado Springs). He guaranteed me he would get them to my house if he had to deliver them himself. Next day he shows up in he own car, a Nissan Cube or something like that. He laughed and said his car is apparently designed to perfectly fit a pair of Cornwalls. These things are truly glorious! My hopes/expectations were sky high. They have been met. This is the best sound I have ever had. Ever.
    16 points
  14. Carl your post brought a tear or two......thanks for the kind words. It's always a question of who rescued who. Trish and I wouldn't have moved in together if not for Jake's adoption. Having a second Old Fashion with Proof syrup and bitters. Randy you were right the Prednisone perked Jake up and he ate soft food for the first time in two weeks. We were both thrilled that he ate with such an appetite. So here again is my boy.
    16 points
  15. It’s pretty simple and it’s not very complicated. It’s just not “Roy” endorsing JEM, it Klipsch. And for the umpteen time, crites and alk or anyone else and the products they sell, are not Klipsch approved. Most people who modify a part on their network have no idea how it might affect the overall voltage transfer, which affects the spectral balance of the speaker. But it’s your speaker....do what you want. If you want the original intent, then replace with original specified parts.
    16 points
  16. Googled cheap places to live and Fort Wayne Indiana popped up, rolled the dice and bought a home there. Just got stuff situated with internet and music hooked up yesterday & today, enjoying some tunes and figured i would stop in. Household dynamics changed since mom died and i had to get out for my sanity. Crazy moving to a place i have never been to and hours from friends and family but feels good so far. Plenty of tinkering to do on this 100 year old home will keep me busy.
    15 points
  17. I just discovered these pictures taken in the 70s when my wife and I lived in Hope, Ar. I was the purchasing manager for a local manufacturer and my wife taught high school art. I rented a space at the airport hangar (where Paul kept his Beech Baron) to restore an MG-TD. He could usually be found there on sunny Saturday mornings, engaged in hangar-flying with the local aero-club (who had a beautifully restored Aeronca Champ). We of course all called him Mr. Klipsch and held him in a little awe. The first picture is taken just outside the airport, and the second one is taken inside, with Mr. Klipsch, myself, and a young architectural student, Tom Tolleson. Tom was attending the Univ. of Ark studying with the famed architect Fay Jones, an acolyte of Frank Lloyd Wright. My wife taught with Valerie Booles before she and Mr. Klipsch got married, so the third picture is at the end-of-school teacher’s cookout. I think they were newly-weds. The last picture is Paul looking pensive, probably calculating a way to reduce distortion even more.
    15 points
  18. $650 pickup to forum members. Will ship if you pay the packing, shipping and supplies cost. These are 1981 consecutive number Heresys (114 W708 and 709) that I rehabbed. I got these puppies finished (now working on another Heresy redo in the same veneer (Mottled Eucalyptus). Serial number 114 W708 and 709. K22R woofers cast K700 mid horns, K55 drivers and K77 square magnet tweeter with Type E crossovers with slightly used Sonicap capacitors installed (got them from Wuzzers) Here is the link to the tech mod post on these earlier for reference. I installed front to back mid braces and reinforced all joints with screws before veneering. 6 coats of wipe on poly then wet sand with 500 grit then paste wax applied with 0000 steel wool. . Original Klipsch grill frame with neo magnets installed under veneer. I installed front to back mid brace. Selling for $650 to Klipsch members (plus shipping cost) or can pickup in LIttle Rock. Will upload more pics. Thanks. Longdrive03. .
    15 points
  19. Happy birthday Paul!!
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  20. Well true to form, Texarkana Funeral Home screwed the audio pooch on Dave's funeral stream. Obviously, Dave was confused by the universe's largest mixer finally as his disposal and must have gotten the mute button and live to earth buttons crossed. Anyway, the service was typical Presby Mass with hardly a mention of our fair hero, so no great loss. What follows is his brother's heartfelt eulogy at the graveside services. Onward thru the Phogg my friends! Eulogy for David June 17, 2021 My brother, David, loved life fiercely. Life did not always return the favor, but he would bounce back with amazing resiliency from setbacks that would have crippled a lesser man. Perhaps the greatest love in David’s life was for his children, Jennings Elizabeth and Thomas McRae. His love of his first-born, Jennings, was boundless. All children are precious, but Jennings, she was a perfect angel. Her loss at age 13 was a crushing blow to David, and he lived the rest of his life with the confidence of seeing Jennings again on the other side. David was equally overjoyed with the birth of his son Thomas. Thomas was named after his great-grandfather who sired 10 children, including 7 boys. Out of that large family, our Thomas is one of the only two surviving great-grandsons with the Mallette surname. David was a proud U.S. Army veteran of the Vietnam War and was even prouder to learn recently that Thomas has followed his example of national service by enlisting in the U.S. Navy. Second only to his children was David’s love for music, especially organ music and the great pipe organs themselves. He collected over 1500 recordings of classical music and had a special listening room at home where he loved to sit for hours immersed in the music. David also loved, in no particular order, the Cossatot River, steamboats, steam locomotives, and UFO theories. He loved Roman history, Byzantine history, Civil War history, and Church history. He loved theology, genealogy, meteorology and cosmology. He loved player pianos, photography, and videography. He loved Bach, Beethoven and Rachmaninoff, Scott Joplin and Conlan Nancarrow, Star Trek, Dr. Who, and The Three Stooges, and he loved his old dog, Shadow. In addition to being the lover of many diverse interests, David was a great dreamer. He would often just sit, staring into the distance, lost in his own thoughts and oblivious to his surroundings. In elementary school, one of his teachers called our Mom in for a conference. “The problem is,” declared the teacher, “David is a dreamer!” Some problem!! Don’t you wonder, like me, if this old world might be a better place with a few more dreamers? Some of David’s dreams were, let’s just say, better than others. One of his best ideas was the local Regional Musical Heritage Center, which combined his love of music and of Texarkana. In the last few years of his life, he poured much of his remaining time and treasure into the RMHC. It was a noble effort and I hope it can find a way to carry his dream into the future. I know that David, like all of us, was far from perfect. But maybe we who are left behind can learn a few things from his example: to love our family and friends without reservation, to take time to enjoy the finer things in life, such as food, wine, art, and music; and finally, to be unafraid to dream big dreams. To paraphrase that little green poet, Kermit the Frog: “I hope we all find it, That Rainbow Connection, The lovers, the dreamers, and my little brother, David.”
    14 points
  21. I was asked by a forum member to post pics of the LaScalas I was rehabbing for Kirby at the time of his passinger. Here are a few pics of the LaScalas I have just about finished for Kirby. His wife and sons with pick them up this week. Pretty solemn build.
    14 points
  22. The Little Joy mono SEP and separate power supply. Maynard
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  23. Hey all, Sorry about that. I've been trying since Monday to get the new certificate for this server, but our vendor was being very difficult for no apparent reason other than technical issues. All should be good now. Thanks
    13 points
  24. We had a beautiful late summer day today in which was crowned with this sunset.
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  25. I stuck to the plans using all of Crites supplied components. Cabinets are of Baltic Birch. I'm no cabinet maker but they're all squared up, braced, glued and screwed tight. Most importantly, they sound awesome. Much better than I imagined, I'm very pleased.
    13 points
  26. Here is a 2A3 I designed using Edcor iron. The wooden side panels are just about to get finished up.
    13 points
  27. Sunrise a few days ago at the ranch.
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  28. Called Mike Sanders this afternoon, Was shocked when he answered the phone (being Sat.) short version is I put in an order for a new pair of quicksilver Horn Mono Amps hoping they will be the answer to my to much gain issue..................The wait begins!!!!!!!!!!
    13 points
  29. If you’re lucky enough to find your soulmate here, she/he will need to be re-capped and/or re-coned.
    13 points
  30. Traveled to Alabama Saturday and back Sunday to get the new pup. A younger couple traveled from Missouri to meet me in Oxford, Alabama. Swanky was retired as a stud (kinda like me) by the breeder at 5 y/o. In the course of two weeks he was neutered, transported 1000 miles, and has met lots of new folks. He has slept a lot since then and I'm allowing him to decompress at his own pace. Thought about changing his name to Spanky but Swanky is okay. Don't know the story behind the name though. Here is the big boy!
    13 points
  31. Purchased but no delivery until I close on the new place in 3 weeks. Yes, that is a reflection
    13 points
  32. Thanks for commenting guys I appreciate it I acquired the set up for my father he passed away in 2010 the system has been sitting since and got it hooked up around last November for the first time in 10 years didn’t realize he had such a passion for music I’ve always heard stories about him loving loud music
    13 points
  33. At first, my wife wasn't sure she wanted to have a celebration, but finally accepted it whole heartedly. We had about 25 friends with us at one of the newer trendy places in Chattanooga's South Side. It was a lot of fun (as it usually is when a bunch of Filipinos get together).
    12 points
  34. Hey there people! So I've been fascinated by the whole idea of Synergy type speakers. Read a lot on DIYAudio forum and even tried to build a few using off the shelf horns. They sounded OK, but i still had that bug inside that made me want more. Then I stumbled upon ChrisA's thread on a synergy type speaker based on K-402 horn. Gone through the whole thread and through many more others, read up benefits of full horn loaded systems, modulation distortion, constant directivity and all that jazz and that made me crave a pair of K-402-MEHs even more. Buying a set of horns was out of my budget, so i started exercising an idea of building the whole system from scratch. I found a thread on an Australian forum, where a guy made a pair of K-402 replicas out of wood and XPS foam. The guy had already made huge part of the job on estimating the size of the horn, expansion rate, where it starts to curve and the curves themselves. So i opened SketchUp and started playing with the model based on images of his horn. After i was satisfied with the model of the horn, I began working on other parts - the box, placement of HF driver and woofers, small parts that help hold the whole thing together. This is how the model looked first: But i knew that i am not an engineer or an experienced woodworker and since i was not going to (or was capable of) assemble the whole thing by myself, i was in need of a help of a professional who would work on the model and made sure that all the elements fit together nicely, that the parts could be machined on a CNC and prepare the drawings necessary for production. Here are some shots of how the model looked after the guy i hired modified it: In the end I had drawings and STL files so those could be used while CNCing the parts. Now all major parts are ready and guys from local woodworking shop are assembling those: I will be using Faital HF204 for HF duties and Beyma SM-115N for LF. Bought them already. As for the amp, i will use an old AV receiver. Beymas are 8Ohm but i will connect them in parallel, so there is enough power in the receiver to drive them. And i will probably not need deafening sound pressure levels. Will consider swapping the receiver for something of higher quality if i am not satisfied. I have a room that is relatively big - 12X6 meters which is about ~40X20Ft. Speakers will be in the corners. If i am not satisfied with LF performance i will build a couple of tapped horns (have a few ideas on those). I want to thank ChrisA for all the help he provided via private messaging and patience to my questions. Without him I would never come up with an idea of building this speaker in the first place and without his help i would build some garbage So i hope this project turns out well. Can't wait to bring those monsters in my house and start the tuning process. -------------------------------- While the project is still in the building stage, I decided to share 3D files i used with the community. Hope this is helpful and somebody will duplicate the whole project or some parts of it. Most of the info is in Russian, but the text isn't really necessary for understanding which parts goes where. This is not a complete clone of Chris's MEH or K-402 clone. This is as close as i could get with the information i had. Files are available at this link.
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  35. First off, Paul klipsch once said, if I can see farther then those before me, it is because I stand on the shoulders of giants. You mentioned specific designed items that have been introduced as products. Paul and I hardly ever discussed individual significant ideas. We did talk a lot about concepts. Everyone of the specific items you mention has some predecessor. Looking ahead by using conceptual ideas makes one ask a lot of what if’s. Taking a look at your list (and I know you can more specific items), I can tell you that whether it was available or not, we discussed every single item on your list and others. By taking a look at what was going on around us, seeing where the state of art was heading (remember Paul read a lot) and conceptualizing what that might lead too, put me behind in a lot of product designs I was working at the time!! Lol!! That truly was the fun part for me. I had/have a lot of latitude to “play”. That was the second greatest thing I treasure in working with Paul klipsch. The first is that he was my friend. Honestly I don’t think I will because of way he taught me to think about acoustics, projects, ideas, etc. it was not specific items. It was concepts. I understand Paul’s philosophy and adopted it as my own. Because it made sense. And because Paul understood that he and I were on the same wavelength, he encouraged me to “conceptualize” and see what direction that would lead us to. So you see, their is some “Delgado” in klipsch. But that is only because I stood on the shoulders of a giant.....Paul Wilbur klipsch.
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  36. Um...so this happened today Sent from my SM-G781V using Tapatalk
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  37. Ok Randy, you're obviously bothered by this so I'll tell you about a secret I've been keeping..... A couple-few years ago after fixing up my speakers, PWK came to me in a dream one night. He said "Son, I see that you and others have changed the components in your speakers".......and then he said, "What's up with that?" Then I said to him, "Sir, forgive me.....I have strayed but mean no harm". Then I went on to explain. "It's like this, Sir. My poorly made speakers were literally falling apart at the seems. The cheaply made woofers were blown with no replacements to purchase from Klipsch. The crossovers were faulty after only eight years of use. The tweeter diaphragms sucked from the beginning. The mid drivers were fine but I was on a roll so I changed them anyway. (After all how could I not after all of John Allen's extensive research)" Then Paul said "Do they still sound like Klipsch?" Then I said "Yes father.....only better". Paul looked me square in the eye and said he was gonna kick my arse. Then he lightened up and said "Ok, ok......I'll let it slide since the crossover values are still the same and you had good intentions". Then he told me I was a handsome young man and told me to rock out and tell RandyH to relax. That's how it went down. Exactly. Sent from my SM-G991U using Tapatalk
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  38. Moved to Northern Georgia and love it here. These are from this morning on my porch. Canon 5DS and 300mm 2.8 IS v2.
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  39. Mornin all together ... How´re you today ? I got in my car yesterday and drove to my sister's house. She lives 300 miles away from me. She lives in another state at a good 30 km2 large lake with the name "Steinhuder Meer".a wonderful landscape. I have decided over the Easter holidays to stay with her to relax a few days. My wife and child agreed that I would be away from home for a few days. Today we visited the nearby air base. That was already impressive. Unfortunately, we have unusually cold weather at this time of year. But ..no problem if you wear the right clothes...stay tuned ..I´ll keep you update .........
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  40. FINALLY!! After being on the hunt for at least one 1980-82 Heresy with a soldered midrange I came across a pair on Ebay. Made a lowball offer and it was accepted!! I just picked them up. Drove about two hours one way. One has its original box. Lady purchased them new when she was in college from a place in Wisconsin. Anyway, I'll finally have a matching LCR!! The speakers were raw birch and they were stained nicely. Can't wait to get them home!!!!!!
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  41. Figure its time to start a thread on my latest project, as of yesterday finally got both speakers together and they have blown my mind! What I have done is collected all of the parts that make up a stock set of KPT-335 from the original woofers, mid drivers, tweeters and crossovers everything minus the big awkward cabinets. Seeing how the KPT-335 uses the k-48 woofer (same as the Chorus models) I decided to build a custom set of cabinets to house all of the parts in roughly the same size cabinets as a pair of Choruses.
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  42. Here is my rendition of Maynard’s “Ultimate Gem”. 1.7 watt SEP. Maynard, thanks again for sharing your design! Pete
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  43. Just had to say it. Over the last few days I have been getting my '80 KHorns back in stock configuration in order to list them for sale. Last night I completed the task. Got them tucked back into really the only two good corners in my basement rec. room. Hooked them up with one of the Crown D75 amps that I modded a while back. Ran cables from my mixing desk across the floor to the amp(not elegant but functional). Hooked speakers up with relatively short cable runs........ MAN-O-MAN do these things sound good...40 year old non modified crossovers and all.. Absolutely no problem being pleased to offer these for sale to a new owner to enjoy....For another 40 years. THANK YOU PAUL W. KLIPSCH
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  44. It is that time of year here, almost at the end of changing colors.
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  45. Progress report: Placed the Seismic Sub in the back of my room and set it up on sub channel 1 of my HT setup so a couple of friends could hear it in the system and I would verify it work properly. The 18" JBL 2240 driver is a beast of a driver for a Full Horn like that. It came with a Dr. Edgar prescribed mono plate am (Hsu), and works just fine. Purchased a pair of Radian Aluminum replacement diaphragms for the 2441 Mid Drivers after being assured that the magnetic strength was up to spec. by the seller (a EE that tested them. Based on White Papers by TrueXtent, I concluded that Aluminum (Dr. Edgar's first choice for the "Salad Bowls") was the second best material for them, since I wanted to add a Super Tweeter above the Mids and make a 3-way R&L channels. The Radians are 16 ohms and got a $120 discount for a pair vs. the Radian Web site list price. They came with perfectly matched curves from the factory, as measured against some JBL Original Diaphrams and matched perfect with those from the QC department. I installed them without any issues and the ran my own curves, which match perfectly between the two. On to the woofer section. Purchased a 4x8 foot, 18mm Sheet of Baltic Birch and cut it down to rough working pieces after coming up with a compatible mounting design with my good friend retired Architect/Builder, now Speaker Builder Hobbyist/Best Friend of almost 5 decades. We installed them in his excellent sound room and we are currently working on 2 different crossovers. The result of which will be tested in concert with his Trio of Tapped horns that exist but have not been used in HT for over a year. They will do nicely as an 80 Hz. and below subwoofage system when we are ready to have a day of listening. We sanded the dirt/discoloration off the surfaces of the Bass Horns and mounted the custom top end design so the voice coils align to 1/4 wave of each other. I've added a pair of DaveA's fabulous sMAHL super tweeters with the DE-120 drivers. We are working on the left channel only to develop the Crossover further, but preliminary curves are very encouraging, as was the listening test. The mids are about 3 db too hot, so we will have to bring that down a bit as part of the progressive tweaks and before we make listening to both channels with the sub. One step at a time, so to speak. I plan on using Spar Polyurethane for the finish, which should give the wood the same beautiful "Honey Color" that I had with my original pair of Birch Khorns I got in '77, now owned by a friend and should come close to matching the lighter shade of wood in the "Salad Bowl" Tractrix Round Midrange horns! Here's a few images showing some progress:
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  46. Happy Veterans Day! Thankyou to all our armed forces, then & now!
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