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Frank1938

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  1. Good deal. Hope you reach your goal. I'm not sure if you are aware of Thon at Penn State. It has been going on for some time. This year they raised over 10 million dollars for the Children's Cancer Center (Four Diamonds Fund) at Hershey Medical Center in Hershey, PA. Last year they were just short of 10 million. All done by the students. It's wonderful to see the fund raisers taking place to fight children's cancer. Frank
  2. Thanks very much for your kind input and I certainly will try your suggestion of rolling a Telefunken back into the amp. I have them in my other two 225s and they certainly work fine. This is my main 2-channel amp and I may have gotten used to listening to it while the tube was slowly weakening. Frank
  3. I had a Telefunken 12ax7 go bad in my 225 amp and searched for a good replacement. I certainly found one! Amperex Bugle Boy 12AX7 ECC83 D Getter with Metal Strip. Not cheap, but definitely worth the cost. Mids and highs are outstanding. Anyone else with experience with this tube? Frank
  4. Here's a pair of Crites' cornscalas sitting on top of the Velodyne subs which fill the void of any bass loss due to being elevated.
  5. Here's photo of my Grado cart set up with the Technics overhang gauge. Mine sits back closer to the headshell.
  6. LOL. Can I help it if you type faster than I do?
  7. HDMI also carries the audio. If one has a receiver/prepro with HDMI in, that is the easiest connection. It goes from BR to receiver to tv. If not, then it's HDMI or component to tv and digital or analog to the receiver or prepro. HDMI also carries HD audio. More confused now? [:^)]Hope this helps. Frank
  8. I find myself in the same situation. Time Warner only provides 720p so I use their dvr. Works fine. I went with a Sony BR player for DVDs and an Apple TV for Netflix. The Apple TV also allows wireless connection to the computer for photos and music (Pandora for example). Only $99 and you get a remote. If you have 5.1 inputs on your receiver, get the Sony with 5.1 out so you can get HD audio
  9. Don, Here is a link that may be of interest to you: http://www.bluejeanscable.com/articles/dvihdmicomponent.htm Frank Edit: LOL! Now you have it from two sources
  10. You want to use the top row on the Cambridge (A). The bottom could be used for another room. Get some 14 gauge cable from Monoprice.com and you will be all set. Hope this helps.
  11. The 1200 has been used by DJs for years and is highly regarded by them. You will notice some rumble but it is not a bad DD table. It also depends on the vinyl. Some are inherently more noisy but, If you want to escape that rumble, you'll have to go with a much higher priced table. I use mine to copy LPs to a lossless format with a DBX 3BX and it works very well. For general listening, it's a good turntable. Just be aware that it is not an automatic TT.
  12. Heresy III and Cornwall III have the same midrange and tweeter. I have both and they do an excellent job. The only difference is size of the woofer and volume of the cabinet. For the extra "punch," I would go with the Cornwall.
  13. Like most of us, I started out with the recommended 80hz setting with my Cornwalls; then went to 60 for awhile. Now I am at 40 and find I like it best. My technician friend told me that at the beginning and I should have listened. Tried 7.2 and didn't see much benefit in that. Sold a pair of my Heresy IIIs and went 5.1. I now only listen to 2 channel for music and am most pleased with the system. Experiment and see which you like best but I do recommend the large setting. Perfect for my room!!
  14. Go to the Emotiva site and click on the Forum tab. You will find that the reviews are mixed. I use mine with the Jolida CD player, digital out to the XDA-1 and an Aragon amp. The sound is quite pleasing to me and, for the price, a good DAC. Try it with your equipment; see what you think. You have 30 days to test it. Frank
  15. Nice looking speakers. You will grow even fonder of them as time passes. Nice Christmas present. Frank
  16. I have the Emotiva XDA-1 connected to my Aragon 2007 that I use when I want to listen to SS and give the tubes a rest. For the price, it does a nice job and it eliminates the need for a preamp. Try one and see if you like it. You have 30 days to decide. Dtel, most DACs require a preamp as well. That's why I bought the XDA-1; it serves as a converter and a preamp. Goes digital out from your player to the XDA-1, then to the amp. But, aren't you using a receiver? Frank
  17. I bought my CF-2s for $1,200 in 96. They sounded great when paired with the Velodyne subs. They replaced my KG-4s and I kept them until I bought RF-7s which were later replaced by Cornwall IIIs. The Cornwalls are the best, followed by the RF-7. All three are great speakers and are the reason why I have been a Klipsch fan for years. Frank
  18. Find a nice McIntosh tube amp to run with the Stage One. They mate very well together. Enjoy the Stage One. It's an excellent pre/pro but be sure to protect it from sudden power drops, especially during thunder storms. Frank
  19. If you are running wireless, you could use this: Linksys WMB54G Wireless-G Music Bridge.
  20. The RS-7 was made to match the RF-7. For the rears, use an RB"?. I would check with Klipsch to see what they recommend for use with the RF-7II.
  21. With the right amp(s), they should drive you right out of the room. Congrats on your purchase.
  22. Try tapping lightly on the tubes for the right channel with the eraser end of a pencil. You will know if it is microphonic right away. I had this happen just last week on one of my McIntosh amps. Turned out to be a bad 12BH7. Replaced it and the static went away. Frank
  23. Attached is a copy of your manual. It explains the different configurations. Hope this helps. Frank KSP-300C5S5[1].pdf
  24. This should help you: "I just want to comment further on the business end of the speaker, its rear panel, shown in a line drawing here. All inputs and controls are on the black metal amplifier panel, with Level and LFE Level controls at top, RCA inputs and outputs (high-pass to subwoofer) below, and the speaker inputs farther down; these latter are doubled for bi-wiring or bi-amping, and are plastic-nut, gold- plated types."
  25. That question has been addressed many times here. You can do a search for bi-wiring and find lots of reading to do. Most people here agree that it is a waste of money. But, if you want to try it, run two wires from the left speaker tap and two wires from the right speaker tap on your receiver, hook one cable to the LF and one to the HF for each speaker. Be sure to remove the LF-HF connector first and be careful of positve and negative connections. Frank
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