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About Shodrewken

  • Birthday December 27

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    Long Beach, CA
  • Interests
    Being a daddy, Klipsch Speakers, Computers, working out
  • My System
    Man Cave 7.1 HT

    Speakers: Klipsch RF-7 II, RC-64 II, RS-62 II, RB-81 II, Power Sound Audio v3600i
    Pre/Amps: Denon 4520ci, B&K Reference 200.7
    Display: Samsung PN64F8500
    Misc: Apple AirPort, Chromecast, Playstation 4, Wii U, APC BE750G UPS

    Living room 2.1 System

    Speakers: Klipsch La Scala, RSW-15,
    Pre/Amp: Integra DTM 40.4 Network Stereo Receiver, Acurus A250
    DAC: Maverick Audio TubeMagic D2
    Display: Panasonic TC-P60GT50
    Misc: Apple TV. Panasonic Blu-Ray Player Verizon Fios DVR, Sabrent HDMI Switcher

    Computer Speakers, Portables and extra's

    Klipsch Promedia 5.1 Ultras, Klipsch kmc3, Klipsch Chorus II, Emotiva XPA-2, Onkyo TX-NR818

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  1. Love my La Scalas! Probably my most favorite Klipsch speaker I've owned.
  2. I believe this will be a good move as well. Just for kicks a few weeks ago I disconnected my RF-7’s and put the La Scals in their place.. As much as I love my 7’s there was no denying the improvement I heard. Larger sound stage, details in movies I’m familiar with were more prevalent, all around everything sounded better. Also I feel my sub blends better with the Scalas. I know single speakers are more difficult to come by but I figure I’d throw the thought out there. I’m in no rush anyhow.
  3. I'm just putting a feeler out there to see if there might be any in my area. I already have a pair, but I'm thinking about finding a third to do a LCR for my ht to maybe replace my RF-7 II's and RC-64 II. I'm in Southern Cali, Long Beach area. I would prefer the finish to be black to match my pair, but as long as its in good condition I'm not too picky.
  4. The Cornwall was the first Klipsch speaker I ever heard and I instantly fell in love with them. At the time the best I could do was a Heresy I found locally and that severed me well. After about a half a year later and some more money saved up I found a pair of cornwalls and like everyone else has said the difference is pretty substantial. Larger presence, deeper bass were the two things that first came to mind, and I was able to enjoy them for a good while. The only reason why I got rid of them was to help fund my wife's engagement ring 😃 Take some pics and lets us know what you think once you get them!
  5. What a deal! Congrats to both you guys! bkwa1959 you lucky dog, take some pics once you have everything setup!
  6. Is that the pair you got rid of?
  7. GLWS! What are you going to replace them with?
  8. Mark, its been awhile! Glad to see you posting again! Your setup looks great, and I'm sure sounds amazing. What happen to your Chorus'?
  9. How do they compare with the RF-7 II's?
  10. Congrats man! I love my Scalas, and I'm sure you'll love yours too for years to come. I've owned most of the Heritage line, and the La Scalas are my favorite of the bunch.
  11. Shodrewken

    BSOD, Win 7

    Win 8.1 wouldn't be my first choice, but it'll be supported longer than 7. 10 isn't so bad, as long as you turn off most of the sharing your info with Microsoft options, but who really knows if MS will honor whatever privacy setting you set your computer to.
  12. Shodrewken

    BSOD, Win 7

    Glad you were able to get most of the dust out, that should help the fans and keep overall temps down. Do you know which series AMD proc that is? AMD's older lines aren't known for running cool, so that might be part of the problem right there. If you aren't looking to do a complete overhaul, you might want to look into investing a few buck into an aftermarket cooler. Thermaltake, Cooler Master, Corsair are just a few off the top of my head that I've had experience with that will do a much better job at cooling your proc than the stock heat sink and fan combo. Good aftermarket cooler isn't terribly expensive, you're probably looking at anywhere between $30-50 to do the job, and their not difficult to install. I haven't used FireFox in awhile, so I can't comment on what you're experiencing. If after your new OS install and Fire Fox is still a system resources hog, it might be a good idea to look at a new browser. I've had good luck with Chrome.
  13. Shodrewken

    BSOD, Win 7

    My Evo 840 is the drive I format, and I've never run into a problem doing so. I have my own reasons for staying on Win 7, and would say if you can get more Product Key's for 7, jump on them. As always a good rule of thumb, if able, back up all your pertinent documents, photos, etc. have all your driver disks, or software on hand then commence with the re-install.
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