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    Klipschorn Fronts with enclosed backs.
    Volti-Vtrac mid horns
    BMS 4592 nd mid drivers
    Beyma CP 25 tweeters
    Deans custom AA network with Jupiter Flat stacks
    LaScala rears
    Stock with
    Deans Super X network

    Klipsch C-7 Center

    SVS PB2 Subwoofer

    Denon 4311 AVR
    McIntosh MC7205
    Oppo 103 UP
    Denon CD changer
    Mac mini for internet and music server

    Acoustimac Acoustic panels

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  1. LSI woofers - K43 or?

    May be some info here on the early square CTS drivers Jimbo
  2. Plumbing question (1/2" copper)

    You could notch that half way down with a decent, long jigsaw blade to get the T in there. Just sand it flush so it wont make any noise. It should flex enough once cut to get a wet rag behind it before you slip the T in to sweat.
  3. New chapter in my life

    Sounds like you are done with people, I have those days quite frequently.
  4. New chapter in my life

    How about a Gold & Pawn with watch repair?
  5. Looking at a new receiver

    That's pretty bad give the price range it is in.
  6. Looking at a new receiver

    Right on. This graph shows that the RX-A2070’s left channel, from Audio1 input to speaker output with two channels driving 8-ohm loads. Measurements for THD+noise, crosstalk, signal-to-noise ratio, and analog/digital frequency response were all within expected performance parameters. Full details available at soundandvision.com.—MJP image: https://www.soundandvision.com/images/218yamarec.spx.jpg Read more at https://www.soundandvision.com/content/yamaha-aventage-rx-a2070-av-receiver-review-test-bench#IjWWZojZywZf6Pq3.99
  7. Got SUBS for my La Scalas!!

    Here you go. https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/pro-studio-15-inch-woofers-auction-74833032
  8. Now that may be the statement of the year right there.
  9. Death of the CD

    Albums never fully died and have made a substantial comeback even with their delicate nature. Cant say that about 8 tracks or cassettes or even reel to reel. CD's are hard to beat unless you're comparing them to a DVDA, SACD or Blu-ray Audio. The latter formats are what I'm disappointed that haven't really taken off.
  10. Wow. So my first generation EMO amp with overinflated inputs and a God awful noise floor thats hooked up in my garage setup is going to sound the same as my McIntosh hooked up to my K's in my house? Dude
  11. Death of the CD

    I have to have a hard copy or I'm not purchasing it, even though I listen to ALAC files 90% of the time. CD's or multi channel audio disks are all I buy period, don't trust the cloud or any of my hard drives
  12. No More Browning Hi-Power

    I wonder if the 40 cal is trading in the same range?
  13. Chorus tweeters not working

    They're likely both toast, but just unhook a speaker and hook it up directly to the tweeter with an AVR or something, of course at a very low level. That's a lot going on for that 275 to feed. Given a Damping factor of 22 and it really being a two channel amp, no telling how low the ohm dips are with your content, which are likely increasing the THD numbers well above where they are spec'd by the factory.
  14. Vasubandu's Tower of Subwoofer Build

    I can play content where my sub is needed, but I can never get it to blend right. If I can hear it, it seem to muddy up things and when I turn it low enough that it doesn't, I cant hear it at all. Now if I'm playing multi channel Audio I will run the Sub, but then with everything playing including my LaScala rears, there is so much going on it doesn't really matter. I keep the X-over up in the 70-80 cycle range for Movies, but I have always needed to take it down to about 40 and start moving it around the room to find the best spot. I rarely go past 1 watt and I'm a 90+% two channel music guy, so I hardly ever even plug it in.