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  1. I have a pair of old vertical cornwalls and they drop right in. I imagine they would be the same for the horizontal versions. A nice idea for those interested in such.
  2. Great idea. Of course I'll be wanting at least a couple of copies.
  3. exterior dimensions are 6 7/8" x 11 3/8" at the mouth.
  4. RIP Bob. Thanks for all your help.
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    Bob Crites RIP

    RIP Bob. Was always helpful and quick to serve.
  6. Price lowered. Nice project parts.
  7. Price lowered. These are just like brand new.
  8. If I got these new drivers I could eliminate the mid bass module on my MCM setup and reduce it from almost 9 ft. tall to just over 6. If I decided not to have a tweeter it could go from a 4 way plus subs to a 2 way plus subs and be shorter than my Jubs. Just saying.......
  9. Well this has been a fun thread to read and learn some things.
  10. Those look to be about $1k apiece. I only paid $600 each for my four TAD drivers.
  11. I bought my TADs at high discounts. I would not pay the ridiculous prices some ask on Ebay these days. So for me they were a huge bargain and I am enjoying. If I was looking for drivers today, I'd be looking at what Klipsch uses. They are always able to get great performance from not so expensive parts. Before I installed the TADs on my Jubs I was using K691s with Roy's settings (2-way) in the Xilica processor. That is a very hard combo to beat. Sounded great with all types of music. The 691s are now my tweeters.
  12. I have had both BMS 4592ND coax drivers and TAD 4002 beryllium drivers for years. I sold the BMS drivers long ago in favor of the TADs because overall the TADs were clearly the smoother sounding and more realistic sounding to me and required a lot less fuss (DSP). I ended up buying a second pair of the TADs as well. I use them in a 3-way on my Jubs with a 6K crossover, and similar on my MCM setup. The TADS do not need a tweeter and can run out to almost 20K themselves. I have just always preferred a tweeter. YMMV.
  13. When we were in Hope for Roy's class I am pretty sure this is the amp he had running the Jubs in the listening room in his lab.
  14. These are the same tractrix horns as in a Chorus II. However, they have the treaded throats so you can screw on a K-55. Originally, these came out of some pro Klipsch model. I'm not sure which. Maybe the drivers are a give away to that. Anyhow, I bought these to upgrade an old pair of Cornwalls so they'd have tractrix horns and still be able to use the original K-55s. Project never materialized. Drivers are working. Horns / gaskets are in nice shape. $165 plus ship for all.
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