Jump to content
The Klipsch Audio Community


  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

211 Excellent

About shiva

  • Rank
    Forum Veteran

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Not Telling
  • Location
    Southern Cali.
  1. Kinda CF4 build.

    Did a quick search on EBay across the pond. How far are you from Italy. Perhaps, the old Tangent speakers will work for you until you build up the green again or finish a build. https://www.ebay.it/itm/KLIPSCH-TANGENT-T-50-Casse-diffusori-alta-efficienza-98-dB-radiatore-passivo/162929027651?hash=item25ef53aa43:g:4pUAAOSw2BxafIvH
  2. RIP Stephen Hawking

    He was also a fan of poker it seems, with the right folk around the table.
  3. How about a little Lepai amp and tone controls on this baby too. https://www.parts-express.com/lepai-lp-2020ti-digital-hi-fi-audio-mini-class-d-stereo-amplifier-with-power-supply--310-3000
  4. what other klipsch speakers are on your local Craigslist?. Any Forte's or Chorus for instance?
  5. CF4's on The Bay

    Yeah, I noticed that after. He must not have noticed the shipping charge that posted on his ad as well. Most likely a version 3, from the looks of them.
  6. CF4's on The Bay

    Shipping is offered on this pair and at a great price too, $129 bucks.
  7. imaging ?

    My previous speakers were from a company called Audio Physic, the Tempo 3's. When I first walked into the audio shop and had a listen, I was blown away by how the speakers completely disappeared within the sound field. From a visual standpoint, it looked like they were just sitting there doing nothing, yet the room was filled with sound and great imaging as well. I wanted that. I later found that to be a design attribute of the speaker line and a goal of the designer. Took awhile to find a pair on Audiogon, at a price that I was happy with. Enjoyed them for several years until the desire for horns arose and sold them for the Epic CF3's. They too, do a decent disappearing act, but not at the level of the Tempos, but the effortless slam factor of the Epics more than make up for that.
  8. Wanted: pair of Klipsch P27 S Palladium

    There is a pair on audiogon.com. https://www.audiogon.com/listings/lis8fd69-klipsch-palladium-p-27s-surrounds-merlot-monitors
  9. Show us your great photography thread!

    Interesting idea. You will need a bit of cushion and a headrest, if you plan to sit a spell.
  10. Cables, Coffee, and Cocktails

    The highs listed during the summer months are not accurate nearer the ocean, I would subtract 7 to 10 degrees from those stated.
  11. Cables, Coffee, and Cocktails

    My town in Southern California is not that bad. https://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&biw=1280&bih=712&ei=Z4aZWozQEsiT0wKRpIiQCQ&q=san+clemente+temp+yearly+average&oq=san+clemente+temp+yearly+average&gs_l=psy-ab.3...14653.19776.0.20094.
  12. Show us your great photography thread!

    I spent quite a few years in upstate New York, where I first discovered the Adirondack chair. Loved them. The guy who invented it, a genius. He basically wanted a chair that one can set ones drink on, eliminating the need for a table, then went about and built it and a legend was born. There were none in California when i got back and I thought about introducing them somehow and then the plastic variety started to appear everywhere. Here are a couple of mine, sitting on the other side of my Klipsch speaks, where my woman and I at times, have morning coffee, or an afternoon nap, or...
  13. Quasi-Official CF-4 Sightings Thread

    All great points above. ^^^
  14. Show us your great photography thread!

    Lol, I had to look that up. ^^^ I wrote that mainly for a bit of a laugh. I dig the location where you live. Must have a hell of a view!
  15. When I want ideas, I often look at the virtual systems on audiogon for something that captures my eye and gives directions to explore. https://systems.audiogon.com How does something like this look? https://systems.audiogon.com/systems/5103