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  1. That sounds great too. Did your @JRH tag him or something, or does someone need make him aware of this thread and his requested brilliance on the subject?
  2. Love the brochure pic you chose (CF-4's, which I have). All great idea...see, I knew you guys would be able to suggest how to make it better.
  3. That's a helluva start! I took all those and started a spreadsheet. What say you, so far? Can you guys fill in any of the gaps? Klipsch Speakers.xlsx
  4. Yes, but that group only focuses on the Epic line, made for 3 years. I'm still looking for a list of all the lines Klipsch has made over the years, when they were built, basic specs, etc. When I see a set of KG3.5's, it would be nice to be able to look up what the specs of them were, when they were build and what was build before/after them, all in one place.
  5. I was thinking something more like: 1994-1996: Epic CF-1, CF-2, CF-3, CF-4; KV-1,KV-2, KV-3, KV-4 1996 - 200?: Legend KLF-10, KLF-20, KLF-30 ???? -????: KG-3, KG-3.5 And then some specs like 2-way/3-way, what horns, woofers, woofer size and quantity, etc.
  6. That's great! Thanks for sharing! That only covers the Heritage lines though, right? What about all the other stuff? Like my Epic CF-4's and the newer stuff like Reference and Reference Premier, etc?
  7. I can't find anything by searching, but I would love to see a timeline list of all the models of speakers released by Klipsch over the years. Does something like this exist already?
  8. Epic CF-2 as center for CF-4s?

    Nice looking setup. There's a guy on Ebay trying to sell a KV-4 in Snohomish right now, if you're looking for one of those. He's a bit high on the price IMO, but it's for sale and close to you. I have a pair of the CF-4's as well. Currently have an old Infinity Video 1 center that doesn't do justice. I've been watching for a KV-4 for a long time, but none come up in what I'm willing to pay. How do you think the CF-3 compares to a KV-4? How about dual CF-3's as centers? My Yamaha DSP-A1 has dual center outputs and there's a pair of CF3 V2 or V3's locally that I could pick up.
  9. Crossover to bi-amp...

    Well, I'm happy with how they sound, just want to put both my amps to use. If I go with an active crossover, I can still cross it at the same point they are crossed at stock, right? Should sound the same, just easier for the amp to give them what they want. Oh, and a sub isn't an issue. My Yamaha processor has a sub-out which goes to a Crown CE2000 powering a Resonant Engineering XXX 15.
  10. Replacement woofer for CF-4

    Ended up sending the driver to http://www.nealspeakerrepair.com to be fixed. They received it last Friday and called me today to say it was shipping out. I'll let you know how it turned out.
  11. I currently have my CF-4's bi-wired and want to go to a true bi-amp setup. This will require an active crossover to do so. Can anyone make a recommendation/suggestion on what is decent out there. Not looking to spend a fortune, but want to put both of my amps to good use. Thanks!
  12. Replacement woofer for CF-4

    I'm running a Yamaha M-65 (which runs the highs) and a Yamaha MX-800 (which runs the lows). They are bi-amped - a nice feature with these speakers. Both amps are rated for 170w/channel with 2.7db headroom at 8ohms.
  13. Replacement woofer for CF-4

    Well, I did drive them hard a few times when I got my new amps and bi-amped them. I think I hurt the voice coil in it. Sounds OK until you turn the volume up, then it crackles a little out of one woofer. Thanks for the link, I'll take a look.
  14. I managed to blow one of the K-30-KN drivers in my CF-4's, so I called Klipsch and they discontinued that driver. Not only that, there is no superceeded part available either. Now what?
  15. CF-4 realistic power handling?

    So are you saying that this setup is not pushing 170w to each cabinets hi freq and 170w to each cabinets low freq? I don't understand that, please explain. If I turn the low amp off or turn that channel down, that cabinet loses all sound. It would seem to me that if they are independent enough that turning off one amp stops all sound from the drivers which they are connected, and the other amp and drivers can be running independently, then how can you not have the sum of the power going to the cabinet? OK, I'm lost.