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longdrive03

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    Little Rock , AR
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    speaker building, golf,
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    DENON 65 WATT RECEIVER, KENWOOD AMPS,BSR ELECTRONIC CROSSOVER, CUSTOME BUILT SPEAKERS WITH VERSATRONIC MIDS AND VIFA HORN TWEETER, SUBWOOFER RECESSED IN WALL WITH EIGHT 12" WOOFERS FIRING INTO MANCAVE.

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  1. Yeah I agree. Bass is much better than Heresy
  2. I’ve got two pairs of Heresys rehabbing now. Here’s the front to back side to side brace I used.
  3. Wizzes you got a deal! Thanks very generous of you! Let me know how to pay-PayPal?????? Longdrive
  4. First off, I recognize these are NOT "Heresys". I documented the build from scratch in the tech mod section shown here in the link below so I won't repost here. Price is $1,000.00 for for members plus shipping. Shipping won't be cheap because these are big and heavy. They sound great. Very open and not harsh. 3/4" materials all the way around and ported using the Eminence PRO 12 LFA which is a monster woofer. Post questions or PM me. Thanks. Longdrive03
  5. Moray, Never thought of doing that. Interesting idea. Has anyone ever tried this to see any difference from traditional alignment???? Got these finished and will post in the Garage Sale section. Got another regular Heresy rehab going now with mottled eucalyptus veneer.
  6. GOT THIS PAIR OF CONSECUTIVE SN H'S A FEW WEEKS AGO. ORGINALLY RAW BIRCH PLY SERIAL NUMBERS 114W708 AND 709 WITH K22R WOOFERS, K55V DRIVERS, K77M TWEETERS AND TYPE 3 CROSSOVERS WITH LATER BLACK POLY/MYLAR? CAPS (WHICH I WILL REPLACE WITH SONICAPS). I shot new screws into all joints, filled recessed screw holes with filler, installed front to back and side to side bracing, cut off the front edges flush, installed neo magnets on front, veneered front with mottled eucalyptus, installed new front edges veneered with mottled eucalyptus then applied veneer on sides and top on one cabinet so far. Have 4 coats of wipe on poly of first cabinet. I think the bracing will help keep the back panel vibration down. also plan to install more screws on the back panel. White Klipsch label still on the backs which I am not changing. Will post pics when I get my laptop working properly. Longdrive03
  7. Thanks Randy I really appreciate your comment! No since letting it lay around with no use!
  8. I was going to use this in a center channel for a friend but went a different route. Glad it worked out. Ken
  9. Not sure how to link the Garage Sale post to the Tech Mod post but will copy link in Tech Mod Post.
  10. Going to move these to garage sale to some lucky forum member. Located in LIttle Rock, AR.
  11. Proudpapa, Believe it or not I have one! You're just needing the horn correct? Horn measures 5 7/8" x 3 1/2" . See pics below. This is my last one. Have some 6 x 6 and 7 x 10 and some K-85 horns also. $15.00 shipped ( in US) PM me if you need more info. Thanks. Longdrive
  12. Mboxler, Thanks for the sketch but I've got the Type E network and your diagram is for type A The Type E has a 2uf going to the tweeter so may use 3uf on the tweeter for 4500Hz 6db? I assume I could add the .5mh coil on the K-55 leg
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