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About dkalsi

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  1. rplace, These played relatively flat down to about 150hz - they drop like a rock after that. I always used these in a 2-way system and never felt the need to add a tweeter. I know these are sold now, but I would strongly recommend fellow forum members to give these a try. Again - these don't show up for sale often (maybe less than 1 pair a year) in the used market. As you can see, the horns and drivers were sold in about 36 hours. I say that to only highlight that, despite the $1300 asking price, the risk is small because one can can very quickly recover their initial investment. I got really nervous before letting the go because who know when I will every get the opportunity to pick up a pair locally again. Someone is driving 9 hours (one-way) to pick these up. Sad to see them go but I've moved onto other things.
  2. Drivers have also been sold. Thank you. D
  3. Horns are sold. Drivers still available. I’m sad already Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Thanks Rudy. Surprisingly, my wife is annoyed I'm putting these up for sale. She want's me to reconsider and put these back into a system.
  5. Thanks Schu. Those were acoustic tiles purchased maybe 8 - 9 years ago on CL. My music system is in our living room and the family wouldn't tolerate "ugly" textured tiles at random locations throughout the listening space. Thus, not having the heart to discard them, I painted them random Eames colors and glued them on a 1/4" ply, put a black frame around it, and hung it up in our dinning room using a french cleat system. Since then, many people have come through the house and complemented the "art work", much to my surprise. I just didn't want to toss them out.
  6. Available for sale are a pair of Oris Horns w/ TangBand w8-1808 drivers. I am the original owner of the TB drivers and I believe the second owner for the Oris 200 Horns. Oris horns are RARELY available on the used market and that is for a good reason. Anyone who is a Khorn/LaScala owner should seriously consider these horns. I have tried literally every upgrade possible on the Khorn, including Greg R's Volti Horns + BMS drivers as well as Fastlane's Eliptrac 400 + JBL2441 w/ Be Diaphragms - with Alk Universal as well as Extreme-Slope Crossovers. For me, the Oris horns outperformed any other combination I've owned. The only reason why these are for sale is that I've somewhat moved away from this hobby and moved towards woodworking. Despite dismantling my system years ago, I've still held on to these. I would like $SOLD for the horns including drivers. I would separate, but only if the horns sold before the drivers. These will be able for local DC area pickup only. I will be posting these on other forums; however, I would really really really like these to go someone in the Klipsch family. I hope fellow forum members who have had experience Oris horns will chime in and share their input.
  7. WTB: Iphone SE

    Wow - is it possible to have the "prepaid" phones moved to the Verizon network? I would imagine they would charge some additional fees if you are not already a prepaid customer no?
  8. WTB: Iphone SE

    I know - odd request. I can certainly find one on local CL, but I trust fellow forum members here more. So, just in case someone has an iphone SE and they are looking to upgrade, please let me know if you would consider selling your used SE.
  9. Welborne Laurel IIX 300B Amps. SOLD

    I'm really tempted between these at the ampsandsound also listed for around the same price. Years ago, I owned the Welborne 300B DRDs. I miss them dearly. Unfortunately, over the years, I've gone away from hi-eff systems. So darn tempting!!!!
  10. Not 100% certain just yet, but I'm thinking about selling my Oris 200 Horns w/ Tang-Band W8-1808 Drivers. I will try to upload pictures later. I'm asking for $1,200 for the set including the Tang-Band drivers. I'll also include a MiniDSP for crossover/DSP purposes at my asking price. Many here have successfully used the Oris Horns with Khorn Bassbins. These will be for local sale only in the MD/DC/VA area.
  11. You guys are absolutely right. I'm actually the same way. Even though sometimes you can purchase another person's DIY project for less than the parts alone, there is still hesitation because you want the excitement to build it on your own. The Acoustic Elegance TD15M drivers from these speakers have been sold/shipped. I will be selling the SEOS15 Horn and B&C DE250 drivers separately.
  12. Final call before I part them out. Price drop to $700 for Klipsch form members. I already have an offer for $550 for the woofers alone. For $150 more, one gets $100+ worth of crossover components, $220 worth of Baltic Birch cabinets, plus $210 of compression driver and $75 SEOS waveguides. Think of these as Conwalls on steroids :-)
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  14. WVU80, My zip is 20817. Klipsch forum members price is $750 ($850 everywhere else). These are absolutely great speakers and, although I personally don't like to listen loud, you are right in that they play clean at even extreme volumes. I know many here will gladly drop $800 - $1000 on Cornwalls, or $1,000 - $1,500 for Lascalas, or $2,000 to $3,000 for Khorns, but maybe little uncertain about dropping $750 for DIY speaker - but I promise you - you will not be a disappointment. Bill Waslo is a very much respected designer in the DIY community. The crossover was well designed and provides a seamless integration between SEOS and the TD15. This speaker has a performance/price ratio.