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  1. I wish I could find a mid-Atlantic region heritage dealer that actually had Cornwalls in stock to audition. Calls to several dealers listed on the Klipsch site dealer finder don't have much heritage line to audition.
  2. While we’re spit-balling product development, how about a “highboy” version of the Cornwall IV, much like the lowboy and highboy versions of the old Rectilinear III? A taller, narrower version of the CWIV, still front ported, with same driver components and cabinet volume but in a more vertical orientation. It may have to be a deeper cabinet also, crossovers tweaked for different dispersion patterns and other sonic considerations to voice it the same as the CWIV. I’m no engineer so I may be way off regarding the work needed to make the two sound the same but from a marketing standpoint, a taller and narrower version may appeal to a wider audience. What I describe is dimensionally reminiscent of the Chorus 1.
  3. https://www.usaudiomart.com/details/649642808-music-first-audio-classic-v2-special-edition-tvc-pre-amp/ Posting for a friend. First class, knowledgeable, honest seller. I’ll take credit for bringing him into Klipsch family, thank you very much!😉
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    It’s not that complicated a rule; if you are even with or not behind the last defender when the ball is played by your team you are on side. I think VAR is also nitpicking; I’ve seen offsides called by VAR where the attacking player’s shoulder might be behind the defender as he is leaning into his run but his feet are even with the defender and they call him offsides. Ridiculous. Also, I strongly dislike the new “keep the flag down until the play is over” method used now in calling offside.
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    Can’t sleep

    I’ve been through this. You have to train or re-train yourself to sleep. Establish a wake up time. Start with trying to get five hours of sleep. Do not get in bed before that time. If you want to wake up at 6am don’t get into bed until 1am. Bed is only for sleeping and sex, no reading, watching tv, eating, etc. Turn light out immediately when getting into bed. If you don’t fall asleep within 20 minutes, get out of bed and do something like reading, listening to music until you are feeling tired again and then get back into bed again. Once you are sleeping 5 hours, back up your go to sleep time by 15 minutes and continue this routine until you are sleeping that length of time. Then add another 15 minutes, so on and so on. Try to limit screen time and eating before bed. Don’t exercise in the evening. Keep a sleep log. Don’t sleep in on non work days, follow the routine. Eight hours of sleep is somewhat of a myth and an ideal that not many attain. But if you’re like me and can go from one or a couple hours of sleep to five or six hours of sleep it will feel like a victory. This “therapy” will probably take weeks or a few months to work. It is exhausting (no pun intended) in the beginning but will work if you stick with the program.
  6. Unfortunately UPS will probably make things as difficult as possible. On a positive note, LTA is a wonderful company to deal with.
  7. Quicksilver Integrated. Tube compliment is eight el84 and two 12dw7.
  8. I agree that the best outcome is where both sides walk away happy. The second best outcome, imho, is when both sides walk away unhappy because it is probably a fair deal.
  9. There is a guy in Delaware parting out klf30's. No affiliation and don't know if he is selling horns. Here is a link to one of his CL ads. https://delaware.craigslist.org/ele/d/hockessin-klipsch-klf30-oem-midranges/7178912216.html
  10. Hi, What color are the RB5's? Thanks.
  11. https://philadelphia.craigslist.org/ele/d/wilmington-klipsch-heresy-iii-dark/7181170468.html Disclaimer: I do know the seller. He is very knowledgeable, honest and a nice guy. Buy with confidence.
  12. What’s not in a nugget? I think of some nuggets as the scrapple of the chicken world. I do like scrapple and nuggets though. Paraphrasing a comedian (don’t remember who) about scrapple “ I wouldn’t eat anything with the word crap in its name.”
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