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Audio Flynn

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    Tubes Horns and Farming further west of Motown
  • Birthday August 6

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    Family outdoor pursuits music eliminating poverty and ignorance

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  1. Olympia was interesting. I saw Jethro Tull there just months before it was torn down. Ian was awesome. Barrimore Barlow and Martin Barre were equally as good. Being a west Michigan guy now Meijer Garden is fairly priced.
  2. Supply and demand shows these prices can hold up. I will not buy them. For $600 I can buy lots of LPs, great dinner out and an awesome bottle of wine. My wife would prefer a weekend away or some new Amish Mission style furniture.
  3. Yikes! Downsizing is tough. My Chorus IIs have been in storage since 2012. I prefer the simplicity of tube separates or integrated. Tube receivers are complex and not many techs enjoy working on them. Although I have never owned RF7s, I never disliked listening to them. Cornwall and KLF 30 and oddly K Horns were the only poor sounding Klipsch demos I have heard in 40 years. The RB75 I always considered with my 12 inch sealed sub. From a historical standpoint PWK being involved in the design of the Chorus II would lean me in that direction. Scott has my favorite phono section of any vintage tube amp, although k have never heard a pilot. Fisher being a distant second place. No wrong decision here as long as you get the crossovers rebuilt. Good luck. Rick
  4. 3rd is definitely booked for me.
  5. That was Fifteen plus years ago. Doing great now.
  6. True Also I do not listen as loud anymore. For me digital hardware and poorly mastered software have been my roof causes of listener fatigue.
  7. With Chorus II efficiency a H H Scott LK48 PP tube integrated was amazing to me 18 years ago. Bass was shy compared to VRDs but soundstage and instrumental realism was top shelf.
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  9. I do not play it often but the soundtrack to Last of the Mohicans is interesting. Blind Boys of Alabama singing with Ben Harper. Peter Gabriel New Blood orchestra.
  10. The Crown was cool in the day. Three decades since I heard one. An upgraded Crown would be interesting to hear.
  11. Go White! My long wall room has a 4 foot halway in the back left and 10 foot open wall on the back right to the open dining room. Third house as of 2010 was the charm for minimizing reflections.
  12. I was tired. Never liked the Air Force. Like a population of musicians, really talented but too strange for my tastes.
  13. Unlikely. Digital and SS gear can be money losers. Except for the maybe RB5s my Klipsch speakers have all held their value the past 20 years.
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