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  1. Sorry, no spare drivers or crossovers they are all being utilized. I just sold my spare K-42/EVM-12L woofer as well. All the bigger Heritage have top notch networks, new wiring, and gold plated spade lugs. My signature has what is currently in them.
  2. Yes Burlington, VT area. I am willing to drive a reasonable distance to meet a buyer. I actually want to sell my entire speaker system for $5900 and that includes all the Klipsch speakers including these HIP's. So three La Scala's, two Cornwall's, and four Heresy HIP's. All in excellent condition. I just am looking to downsize considerably.
  3. I am reluctantly offering one pair of my Heresy HIP's for sale. They are in excellent condition and are from 1985 I am offering them locally since shipping them would be extremely cost prohibitive. I will have some photos up this evening as I have to size them down for this forum. I even have the plastic bottom pole mounts for them as well. They had easy duty as my side surround speakers I moved my Front Effects HIP's into there role and will be using something different for my Front Effects. Looking to get $750 for the pair as they are not that common especially in good to very good condition and fully functional. (Photo below for likeness, same style and layout)
  4. No it will not match efficiency or tone wise not even close.
  5. This is being offered in my local area if anyone has any interest. If it does not sell at the asking price they typically give an option to submit an offer if it still doesn't sell by the second day of the sale everything drops to 50% off. It all looks to be in stellar shape but I think the omnidirectional speakers are not CS-99's. Very unique vintage set up. One thing to note though is this receiver uses a very unique and proprietary to Pioneer speaker input plug. If they do not have them it may be difficult to source a set but a quick scan of eBay shows at least a couple may be available. Just thought I would pass that on to someone who may not be familiar with the unit. https://shop.estatesalesandconsignments.com/lot-86-vintage-pioneer-qx-99-receiver-and-4-cs-99a-surround-sound-speakers-stk-129811-880/
  6. I have an excellent condition Klipsch KV-3 center channel speaker finished in black satin. It does have some very light scratches on the bottom from where it rubbed against the TV stand legs and a few other little marks here and there but otherwise very presentable. It is over 20 years old after all. All the drivers are original and functioning as they should. The grill and klipsch emblem are also in great shape. The adjustment rod on the back is there with the rubber foot still in place. I have the original carton and user manual for it. I am missing like one or so of the solid corner foam pieces to keep it in place in the box but I will be adding additional packing to secure it for shipping. Looking to get $125 plus associated shipping costs for it. Originally intended to mate with the Epic series of speakers CF-1, CF-2, CF-3 but others have used it in different applications with some level of success.
  7. That is a Decorator Klipschorn KD-BR = Klipsch Decorator, Birch Raw. All the same sound with a basic enclosure and partial top hat section.
  8. Yep beat to hell. The grain in the wood makes them look more like oak than walnut. Shame they were so mistreated.
  9. Dog piss on the side grills and lots of moisture damage what a joke.
  10. Yep, nothing but crap in the box unfortunately. I bought a Klipsch KSW-15 many years ago and paid top dollar for it and it was junk. Sorry but subwoofers are not Klipsch's forte' (pun intended). I stick with Velodyne as they have a more solid subwoofer reputation.
  11. Those feet are put on at the factory so they can slide around the cement floor and are not really intended to be permanent. Go to WalMart and find some similarly sized grippers (they are used for furniture) and replace the metal caps with them.
  12. Incomplete and totally thrashed. $300
  13. Thanks, I sent the link to my brother in law in Texas.
  14. It is the recording. Many these days are over saturated and will cause the issue that you are explaining. You need a compressor to tame it because they recorded it at too high a level.
  15. Don't forget the stage trapezoidal enclosure and pro models like the Heresy Industrial (HI), (HI-SM), Heresy Industrial Ported (HIP), (HIP-SM) and then the Heresy II version of the Pro's KP-250, etc. They are too many to keep up with. I love the HIP's the best while the bass extension drops in 85Hz range they have ferocious mid-bass with great impact, the mids and highs run wide open which makes them perfect for my Front Effects and Side Surround positions since they pick up every little nuance or sound making for a phenomenal theater experience. That said the newest ones are very refined and improved and the price you pay for them won't be cheap but they are designed to last a lifetime.
  16. Looks like a single, may want to clarify what they are selling.
  17. I replaced my Pro Media 2.1 satellites with far better ones and now it really sounds great. Spend the extra money and find yourself a pair of a/d/s L200's you wont be sorry. I swapped out my satellites for a pair and I won't be going back. These sound way larger than the are and add additional bass response. They are pictured below without their metal grills on.
  18. These will work equally as well in La Scala's and Belle's. Excellent sounding network that provides a constant impedance to the source rather than the fluctuations of the typical AA network.
  19. That is correct Hard Rock Maple certainly not a common finish. I had a pair of '73's in Hard Rock Maple with cane grills and the clear acrylic pie slice logos.
  20. I have a like new EVM-12L (Equivalent to the cast frame version K-42 12" woofer) that I have been holding onto for quite some time and do not think that I will ever need it. I was keeping it as a backup for my Heresy HIP's but I do not forsee ever having to replace a woofer. I bought it from an individual that had a stockpile of them but mostly the "S" version of the EVM-12. This was the only "L" and it had just come back from ElectroVoice after being reconed. I would look to get $100 plus shipping costs for it and be warned this thing is "heavy"
  21. Looks like the bottom of the bass bins got wet or was exposed to moisture for a while with that staining. No thanks
  22. Where do these delusional people come up with there pricing.
  23. He didn't they were custom ordered from the factory that way. They are not very common but make the La Scala look like a fat Cornwall.
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