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  1. Trey Cannon

    ARE YOU ATTENDING 2019 PILGRIMAGE?

    I plan on being there...at this point, just me... My real name is Trey Cannon...well kind a
  2. Trey Cannon

    Hotels in Hope AR

    Sorry....lots of things happening and I haven't been on here. It was the up keep. Not as clean as it had been. paint and wall paper coming off the walls in the room. IF they have changed the beds, it was for the worse. Has to be the cheapest thing you can buy. Didn't make it for the food. Dirt/black stuff in the ice. sticky carpets. And on this trip, no handicap bathrooms.
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    Hotels in Hope AR

    I was just at the super 8 2 weeks ago...it is going down hill fast...we spent 1 night and moved to the Hampton. We wont stay at S8 again.
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    ATMOS: your speakers and their location

    Dolby-Atmos-Home-Theater-Installation-Guidelines 2017.pdf
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    Matching surround bipole for KPT-535

    W.D.S.T Klipsch Wide Dispersion Surround Technology surround speakers take a different approach to surround coverage than dipole and bipole surrounds. A Dipole models place drivers out of polarity to create a null on one axis of the speaker. It is popular to sit in the null, thus the loudest sounds come from indirect radiation from the speaker. A dipole, used in this manner creates a diffuse and non-localized rear sound field. 1) Some drawbacks to dipole surrounds include that the rear sound field is not confined to the rear. As much radiation is radiated forward as rearward. 2) A dipole also depends on other surfaces in the room to reflect the sound to the listener. 3) A dipole can only create a diffuse rear sound field. 4) Finally, a dipole is very inefficient at low frequencies, as the out of phase bass cancels. B Bipole models place drivers on several faces, with the idea that the radiation is equal in all directions, like a point source. 1) The problem is that the drivers interact, and actually radiate sound very erratically, with a different frequency response in each direction. 2) The sound field created is not coherent and as a result is not very realistic. C) Klipsch WDST surrounds are very much like a professional concert array. The high frequencies, made directional by the horn, are arrayed at the proper angles to provide even coverage, or with the same frequency response in all directions. The single woofer is crossed over where it is omni directional, thus creating a system that truly radiates sound equally in all directions. 1) WDST models provide balanced direct and reverberant sound field to listeners. Since the response is the same in all directions, the reverberant sound filed reaching the listeners from other directions, is balanced spectrally with the direct sound, creating a coherent, realistic rear sound field.
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    Matching surround bipole for KPT-535

    first we don't make bi-pole speakers... Most any surround will work...we use both versions in the cinemas. KPT-1200VBM is what I use...LS III in front
  7. Trey Cannon

    KPT 456 Horn

    the K-510 is real close
  8. Trey Cannon

    Happy Birthday Old Man

    This is an open letter I sent to the company today...I wanted to share here too. Happy Birthday Paul W. Klipsch! I would love to tell the old man that a few more times. I have been to a few of his birthday parties. I think my favorite one was his 96th. My wife at the time and myself were invited to visit them at a friend of theirs home in Hot Springs. We met with Steve and Becky Phillips there. They had just been to Hope for the first Pilgrimage and received the invite from Mrs. Valerie. Once we all were there, we ate, talked and listened. That’s right, we set and listened to Khorns with PWK on his birthday. In my book that has a supper high cool factor. Not long after that, Klipsch offered Steve a job and he and family moved up to Indy and I made a new best friend. I would like everyone to take a min. to think about their job and that PWK made that posable. We owe a ton to that man and I for one am very thankful. When Paul passed, I told Valerie that Gabriel needed help with his horn so they called Paul up to help. I look forward to hearing that horn someday. Trey Cannon – Systems Engineer
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    How loud can Klipsch speakers get?

    I have pictures of Steve Phillips and I listening at 124.9 at 15 ft. on the back of the couch in the listening room next to the chamber. 2 60th khorns aragon 3002 300x2 amp stageone pre/pro bs wires in the wall (some engineer ran cat 5 x6 for each run...he was fired)
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    Trey

    Hello all...over the last few days I have been told that I no longer work for Klipsch... ....Not by Klipsch mind you, but by others. Not sure where this came from, but I am still here. " well my card let me in this morning...we will see after lunch ;)"
  11. Trey Cannon

    K-79-K replacement

    The part we have now is a TI driver. you will have to replace them all. K-792-ti
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    Recommendation about which speaker to use

    Send these type of request to prosystemdesign@klipsch.com...send me the layout and my team will make suggestions. Trey Cannon.
  13. Trey Cannon

    Need a K-46 15 inch driver

    Maybe...I will look
  14. Trey Cannon

    Help ID year of KPT manufacture serial #

    I bet that was WWR days... Roy may remember.
  15. Trey Cannon

    Paint finish on Klipsch Pro speakers

    Yes, they can be ordered "RAW"
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