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Me Loves Khorns

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About Me Loves Khorns

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    Male
  • Location
    Kemah, Texas
  • Interests
    Audio video nerd obviously:)
    Riding four wheelers, reading and collecting books, travelling, being a dad to 4 amazing boys, camping, growing lots of roses and gardening.
  • My System
    HT rig: Jubilee's up front. Paladium C27 center, LaScallas and some times Khorns for rear channel. McIntosh pre/pro, McIntosh 6 ch amp and 2 ch amp with EV active crossover for Jubs. Panasonic 65" plasma. Oppo 105 D Special Edition. PS Audio Conditioner.

    2 channel: KHorns with MA 2275 McIntosh tube integrated amp, Thorens TT, tricked out Sony SACD. McIntosh tube tuner.
    Other 2 channel: Mark Levinson preamp, Linn TT with Linn TT phono amp, A/D/S 2030's bi amped with McIntosh and A/D/S amps, A/D/S active crossover network. Nakamichi Cassette deck, Reel to Reel player, Moded Sony CD player.

    Son's room (Me Loves Heresy's): 55 inch Samsung LED, Yamaha AVR and DVD, Khorns in front, 2 LaScalas for center, H 2's for rear channel, Marantz TT.

    Bed Room: Old Harmon/Kardon amp with Forte 2's and old CD player which still sounds amazing!

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  1. Has Roy D ever given an opinion on what Atmos ceiling speakers would work best for Jub HT set ups?
  2. Do you have pictures of the rest of your room? Along the sides and back? What amps and crossovers etc are you using? Looks amazing!
  3. Getting closer!!! So excited to see old friends again!
  4. Klipsch and McIntosh have a perfect sonic match to me. I have the tube integrated MA 2275. It has the same amp section as the 275 with a tube preamp in the same chassis It sounds amazing with all of my different Klipsch speakers. Enjoy your set up!!
  5. I had what at the time in 1986 was a really nice Techniques cassette deck. Was way fancy because it had the Dolby B,C, and dbx!!! Had it in a garage get up. Still sounded pretty good for what it was!
  6. I must be getting older! I still like physical media with my music. It just sounds the best to me.
  7. maybe one day they will become nostalgia type product like vinyl is now
  8. has anyone heard or know if OPPO will ever start making products again? I have their 105 model and love it. Great product so far.
  9. I've usually had good luck with Audiogon. Most sellers want to keep their ratings excellent. Good way to find quality used gear.
  10. Family first. Good luck with sale.
  11. The only challenge is to find other speakers that can come close to keeping up with the Jubs in the front 2 spots on L and R. Have used Fortes, LaScallas and Khorns for rears. The larger the better they seemed to do. Have used both Palladium 27 C in front, and a LaScalla up front also. Both worked pretty well. Ultimate set up would be Jub x 5, if I had the room and cashola. Or Jubs x 3 up front, and then the new 396's as surrounds and rears for a 7 channel set up. with a 1502 or 1802 somehow in the mix also!
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