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Trey Cannon

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  1. As PWK said...IF it isn't broke, don't fix it...
  2. Reach out to prosystemdesigh@Klipsch.com and we can answer that question. Most the time we use the IC product. IC-650T and the KDA amps.
  3. Sure...Remember they are small speakers so watch your volume.
  4. Yes I have heard the difference...there isn't much. I would have to look at time lines, but the change could have been due to a driver change. V to the M mid...or round to sqr. Tw. Unless they are side by side, I would be hard pressed to pick one out in a test over the other.
  5. You will have to contact parts for the network...My guess is we have none...We do have a schematic if you want to build one yourself. $30 or so in parts (unless you buy the crazy cost parts.) We use 10% tolerance parts. The ckt is built to work with that level of part. anything different can be out of spec. 20 kHz....we can't hear that anymore anyway (well, I can't anyway)...sorry, no parts for that. We carry some replacement parts. You have a speaker and can prove it and we have the part...cool. You call up wanting to build your own speaker.....no go.
  6. Look at that...some one that knows more than a 20 year klipsch employee....how about that. You can listen to others or call parts and get the K-77-D Which IS the same driver as you have now (only new) with a different mounting horn on it...remove your horn and put it on the new driver....all done. This is a replacement for the old products. Not the new AK-5. IF you have a bad driver, this will get you working right. I would not replace a working driver with a new working driver... No you can not get the new driver or use it in an old speaker without work. (Which we can't help with)
  7. They are made to be as close as you can get. The drivers are from two different vendors. EVERYONE of the vendors for klipsch has a hard time getting the color right. But in the end, the color has no bearing on the sound. Keep the grills on and no one will ever know. Congrats on the new system.
  8. the ones you buy at KLIPSCH...Unless you are working on a crites speaker....
  9. For home use.... Dolby-Atmos-Home-Theater-Installation-Guidelines 2017.pdf
  10. Standard ATMOS locations......that's what the Dolby team tells me. That is the way I design.....I look at them as 90 deg...not 105...Just like most our other in ceiling gear. IF you get better coverage...gravy.
  11. They will work great...We have used them in small cinemas....and homes. remember the depth...they are deeper than most home in ceiling speakers. OH...Roy D engineered them.
  13. It does not...It has a special HF unit made from the R-2650-CSM... 2 0.75in. poly tw. I think that unit has a limited life time warranty. I will look through my junk to see if i can find one...BUT you are up for a hell of a fight to get that unit out. Everything is glued and screwed in that speaker. The "snot" they glue with is nasty good. If I had seen this last week, I just tossed a cabinet with the TW unit in it.... IF you blew the tweeter, then you must have been using a small amp and driving the snot out of it...too much power ALWAYS blew the woofer and or the TW caps. I never blew a TW in power testing. Power for speakers are like your car...you need more power at hand than you use at all times...You drive up to about 70-80 mph...your car has a good bit of power left at that point...you run that car at red line and it won't last long...the same with amps and speakers.
  14. Jill DID build a new room for her horns...Before she took them home. Yes, we get good pricing and MANY of us have product. Some, just view it as a job...Most have quite a passion for audio. You won't get banned...just corrected. This story is TRUE.
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