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  1. https://washingtondc.craigslist.org/nva/ele/d/alexandria-klipsch-la-scalas/7160280526.html
  2. What a fantastic deal. Good luck with sale. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. That is a great purchase. Those are some seriously expense crossover components (e.g., obbligato, hovland music caps, etc.)
  4. I'm also curious about the same question @Rudy81 you pose above. My understanding was that phase was dependent on the frequency response. Whether you use PEQ or crossover to achieve a target curve - your phase response would be identical. <---- This is what I always assumed.
  5. Very interesting discussion. Sorry to beat a dead horse - but I want to go back to @Rudy81 question about what does the AMT-1 see at say 50hz? Some of my questions may seem elementary because I haven't even done much with active systems / PEQ. My understanding PEQ was that one has the specify the target frequency, gain/trim adjustment, and Q. If one was to "crossover" the AMT using solely PEQ say at 600hz, - would one not need multiple PEQs?- say at 600hz, 500hz, 400hz, 300hz, 200hz, - all the way down? One can broaden the impact of the PEQ by lowering the Q, but then you run to risk of impacting frequency about the target crossover region. What am I missing?
  6. I know the Heils have limited vertical coverage, but why is that so much of a concern? Wouldn’t you have a to be really focusing on the music to tell if there are issues? And if so, why is someone doing critical listening from anyplace but the main-listening-position? Even if the whole family wants to watch a movie together, I would assume they would be doing so while sitting down, no? I love having music play in the background as I’m working on other tasks, but the limited off axis vertical response rarely bothers me. Even speakers like the Oris are directional and due to the nature of their horn flare, they have limited vertical and horizontal dispersion (relative to traditional non-waveguide/horn based speakers), but that never bothered me when I’m 60 degrees off axis while working in the kitchen. Maybe there is more to it than current understanding (e.g, room interaction - phychoacoustics). Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Good questions - Metro Wash DC.
  8. I have a pair for sale. They have been only mounted for testing, otherwise brand new. I believe they are one of the recommended drivers for the Super Heresys They sell for $140 each. How about $150+shipping. for the pair?
  9. That receiver is something special. I regret selling mine (and selling it too cheap) - just the receiver alone is worth your asking price. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I 100% agree with Chris’s sentiments. DO NOT buy anything from ESS just yet. One of mine also had issues. I’ve been waiting since January 12th. I have talked to Ricky several times, and sent follow up emails as he requested - still no replacement. Every conversation has been: “it’s going out today”, “just got a new batch, will go out tomorrow”, etc. etc. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Thanks, All. Wanted to mention that my brother may consider a partial trade for an older 5.1 HT Receiver. The condition being that the receiver must have HDMI inputs and it must be reliable (i.e., have decent user rating on amazon or other website). He just needs something simple for bedroom. If anyone has an older Anthem MRX - 300/310 etc. - that would be awesome. Thanks, D
  12. Apologies for the late response. See pictures below. The dimensions are approximately 44" x 44" x 26" Have no idea how much it weighs.
  13. BUMP - Now $350. Again - the price for drivers alone if purchased new is $440. No one local interested in some extreme musical bass?
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