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  1. Schu - I do not have the original boxes - bought them many years ago. Rockhound - The sticker on the magnet reads "CW 1526". That is all there is. Chris
  2. How or why I only have one of these is unknown - it's been that long! Bought for a project that never happened. I'm selling a pair of Cornwall cabs and Crites CW1526 woofers, this will help put you on the way to a set of Cornwalls if you are so inclined. Bob has them on his site for $160/pair plus $13 shipping. I offer the single one here for $75 SHIPPED. I accept PayPal. Thank you! Chris
  3. These were purchased some years back and were installed in an "experimental" Cornwall cab that used Forte horns. These have never been driven hard, and are in like new condition. I have no use for them. Buy my cabinets I've advertised and start yourself building a pair of Cornwalls. Bob carries these for $240/pair new + $25 shipping. I offer them here at $200/pair + $25 shipping - save $40 and get yourself some nice woofers at a discount. These are DUSTY - hence the "discoloration" on the left cone. I accept PayPal. Thank you! Chris .
  4. JimJimbo: Thanks for the heads up on the metal tag - these are "type B" crossovers in these cabinets. CABINETS ARE STILL AVAILABLE, THANKS. Make me an offer on the cabinets and motorboards, or just cabinets, however you'd like. I won't give them away, I know some people want them free but I'm sorry, I'll leave them sit in the attic and put them back together one day. Not gonna trash them or give away.
  5. Jimjimbo: If you can tell me how to figure out which version, I'll happily answer your question for you. I don't know those crossovers well enough, thanks. Chris BTW - thanks Thaddeus Smith......!
  6. Bump - still available - looking at $250 for everything. Thanks! Chris
  7. No prices were stated because I need to know if you are looking at the whole package, just the cabinets, or just the vertical fronts. Msg me and let me know, thanks. Chris
  8. Hi guys: Hope everyone had a good Thanksgiving. In the continuing surplus cleanout that is my life, today's offering is a set of circa 1976/1977 (according to Serial numbers) original walnut cabinets. I am also throwing in a pair of new,pre-drilled vertical motorboards for a changeover. NOTE: IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THESE ITEMS SEPARATELY, MSG ME AND LET ME KNOW; I CAN SPLIT THEM. Story: 1) These Cornwalls were purchased in roughly 2003/2004, had drivers removed and installed into brand new walnut veneered cabinets, were kept for about two years, then were sold 2) The Serial numbers are sequential 3) The original walnut veneer is ROUGH, see photos (scarred, scratched, chipped - they were purchased this way) 4) The cabinets have the original terminal blocks, S/N labels, sound damping material, and crossover networks 5) The cabinets DO NOT HAVE grilles 6) The vertical fronts are cut to fit the original cabinets, made of MDF plywood, all CNC'd, and pre-drilled for driver screws THIS (MAY BE IF YOU BUY BOTH) STRICTLY A DIY proposal - but if you have ever wanted Cornwall cabinets with verticalthese may be for you. Before I even price these things (and I want them outta here - I'd HATE to toss them in the trash), I need to know if there's any interest. Caveats: 7) I am near Dallas Texas, would PREFER local transaction but NOT mandatory 8) You want them shipped, they will be expensive to ship - but I WILL do it if it's necessary. 9) You buy them, you destroy them, it's your nickel. If you are not skilled at woodworking or don't know how to effectively do the swap, it's your issue. Just trying to protect myself. 10) If you are interested in JUST the cabs, or JUST the fronts, please advise. Anyone up for DIY? Thanks.
  9. SOLD THANK YOU - I did not know how to change the title
  10. Hi guys: There's a story here to be told, bear with me. These Cornwall cabinets were built from MDF plywood, a very durable and tough plywood with an outer coating that takes paint well or is ideal for veneers. In this case, I had utilized these cabinets for some time as experimental "Corn-Fortes", using the K33 woofer and the Forte High and midrange horns. All wood was properly, personally CNC'd by me, and I did the construction as well. They are solid and ready to go, built exactly the same as stock Cornwalls dimensionally, with the same "shelf" inside and the dual ports. In the meantime, I had also cut myself a pair of VERTICAL Cornwall motorboards, and drilled the backsides to accept the stock Cornwall components. I had hoped to convert the cabinets back to a vertical format setup, but given I sold my Cornwalls some time back, and dismissed the Corn-Forte experiment, these parts are sitting around collecting dust. THIS IS STRICTLY A DIY proposal - but if you have ever wanted Cornwall cabinets, NEW, and verticals, this may be for you. You would be required to: 1) Remove the existing motorboards and install the vertical motorboards. The originals are well glued and sealed, so this is not for the faint of heart. 2) One cabinet does NOT have a terminal cup; I never got around to cutting a hole for it. Easy job with a jigsaw. Terminal cups available at Parts Express. 3) One rear panel has countersunk mount holes; the other does not. Sloppy on my part, but NOT a functional or visual distraction. Before I even price these things (and I want them outta here - I'd HATE to toss them in the trash), I need to know if there's any interest. Caveats: 4) I am near Dallas Texas, would PREFER local transaction but NOT mandatory 5) You want them shipped, they will be expensive to ship - but I WILL do it if it's necessary. 6) You buy them, you destroy them, it's your nickel. If you are not skilled at woodworking or don't know how to effectively do the swap, it's your issue. Just trying to protect myself. 7) I do NOT want to sell the vertical fronts separately; I figured that would be the first question. If I do, I'll let you know. Otherwise please respect that this is a package deal. Anyone up for DIY? Thanks.
  11. Hi all: Purchased a pair of these some time back, they have sat on the shelf collecting dust, no need. One box opened to show content, other sealed. Currently $14.35/per at Parts Express, will sell for $9 each plus $10 total shipping ($28 total). Will accept PayPal. Thank you. Chris
  12. Hi all: For sale - back when folks were making "CornScalas" I picked up an Atlas PD-5VH driver and Pyle Pro PH2380P horn (long out of production). Never built the speaker, and have no use for these parts. $225 for the set plus shipping; I will accept PayPal. Thank you. Chris
  13. Any takers at $275? Wanna move this guy. Certainly there's folks out there looking for Academies still..... Chris
  14. Hi all: Have a very nice, clean, non-distressed Academy in Clear Oak finish for sale. $325 does it, or make me an offer I cant refuse. Have no need for this unit as I am running a full Forte center channel. I have other pics if you need them, I don't want to downsize these too much. Thank you! Chris Richardson, TX Academy front view.bmp
  15. Nice article, a fair review with good listening and careful analyses. I think Klipsch remains true to its heritage in the line with an open, live sound. Thanks for sharing! Chris
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