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  1. I'm not familiar with Apple devices. Have you tried other music sources like YouTube to see if they do the same thing?
  2. They'll sound different but you'll have to decide if it bothers you enough to change them. Your R28s would make fantastic surrounds... 😉
  3. The exact matching mains would be the RP-280F. If you mainly watch movies you should be good after your center upgrade. If you listen to a lot of 2 channel music the RP-280F would be a definitely step up.
  4. Yep. They'd be a good price if they were soldered lug. Too high for push terminal.
  5. You might as well since you have the wire.
  6. I can say one thing: If you're using a Heresy as a center with Khorns nothing from the Reference series will be "a nice step up"
  7. #1 of Pfizer for me today. I hugged the nurse who gave me the vaccination and have to admit I shed a couple tears while in the 15 minute afterward monitoring room. The nurse said most people have no idea how much weight seems to be lifted from their shoulders when they get vaccinated.
  8. How are they set up in your room? On the floor? Stands? How close to rear/side walls are they? Is your Emotiva pre amp set to run them full range?
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    What I Got Today!

    Picked up a Denon DRA-397 integrated amp for $50 today. Mint condition, both remotes and user manual. Has a subwoofer pre out which is nice. My plan is to use it to listen to music outside so I don't have to disconnect everything from my surround receiver when I want to do that. I might also use it in a separate 2 channel system if I find speakers for one. Lots of positive reviews from what I've read online. Pretty solid unit at 21 pounds as well. https://www.denon.com/en-us/product/av-receivers/dra-397
  10. No affiliation. https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/wsh/ele/d/stillwater-klipsch-rsw-15-subwoofer/7302395876.html
  11. I've seen tons of variations. Klipsche, Klipsh, Klips, Klipisch, etc.
  12. I'm not really well-versed in the various K-77 tweeter variations from over the years. Is there a particular one that's considered better than others? All I know is some had round and some had square magnets.
  13. wuzzzer

    What I Got Today!

    This is a 1988 Jayco 1006. We paid $500 for it today. Everything works great and it's in really nice shape.
  14. wuzzzer

    What I Got Today!

    It's easy to move around by myself. Much easier to set up than I thought it would be, too.
  15. wuzzzer

    What I Got Today!

    Bought an older popup camper today. Nothing fancy but it's in really nice shape and will be much better than the tent camping that my wife always wants to do!
  16. I purchased 3/8" wide foam speaker gasket material from Parts Express and sealed the backs and each driver on my Heresys.
  17. There's gaskets on the midrange, not the tweeters.
  18. I have the ones I took from my 1980 Heresys. Surprisingly they were still very supple, no cracks or anything. You can have them for free if you'd like.
  19. Anyone who has never experienced these drivers before is in for a treat. I have them in my front LCR Heresys and they're fantastic!
  20. 1980-82 as long as they had soldered lug K-55V midrange. I would pay up to $600 for an excellent condition pair.
  21. You definitely threw them out with the boxes then.
  22. Were they sold as new? Did they come in the original Klipsch boxes? Did you check the packing material to make sure they're not still in there? They don't come shipped with them installed.
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