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  1. Yes, Q-Man was one of them (maybe the first). His posts are on here somewhere.
  2. They don't have to, but they will sound better. Klipschorns need corner wall lengths of at least 4 feet in order to reproduce the lowest frequencies.
  3. It's been done. @Q-Man did it many years ago:
  4. If you're primarily looking at solid state, I'd also suggest Jeff Rowland. They are definitely pricey even on the used market but I'm not sure what your budget is. I've used with Klipsch with very good results. Another great "high-end" solid state brand that doesn't seem to get talked about very much around here that I really like is Classé Audio. They are a good value for the performance and are very, very smooth.
  5. NFL 2017

    Actually, Deion fired the first shot -- many of them in fact over the course of Romo's career. It was probably his way at just poking back at Deion just a tiny bit -- tiny in the sense that even Deion admitted he wasn't a tackler. As an analyst, I guess you can say that is part of Deion's job. The problem with him is he he's completely unable to take the same criticism he gives to others. Firing a shot back wouldn't have been that bad, but he went all out and went way, way, way under the belt. What's worse is that Deion is very involved with young kids and attempts to be a role model. Hopefully those that view him as such didn't see the way he reacted.
  6. NFL 2017

    At least Deion admitted he "didn't know the address to the high road." He sure proved it. http://www.star-telegram.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/mac-engel/article183119381.html#navlink=SecList
  7. Cornwall CD-BR

    Made in 1978. CD stands for "Cornwall Decorator." The "Decorator" is a model that comes unfinished (hence the Birch Raw designation) and without a grill as your photos show. Suggest you take more photos showing all sides, that will help with your sale especially given the condition you state.
  8. Epson 5040UB vs ???

    Yes, they are more expensive, but they can be found within his price range as I was able to do. I think I paid $2400 before taxes and the original price was $5k.
  9. Epson 5040UB vs ???

    Take a look at JVC. I ended up getting one in your price range not that long ago (via model closeout sale) at the recommendation from MetroLake. In addition to the fantastic blacks, it also has the lens memory feature that allows switching from CinemaScope to 16:9 format and back at the touch of a button. A CinemaScope format screen is needed to take advantage of this feature. If you watch a lot of movies, you should consider this -- what a difference it makes! I wasn't aware of this until someone recommended that on this forum (can't remember who, but you can search the forum for CinemaScope). Man-oh-man, am I glad I did this. I'm extremely pleased with the projector as well as the screen format! http://hometheaterhifi.com/reviews/video-display/projectors/jvc-dla-x500r-d-ila-3d-projector-review/
  10. Audio Racks

    I'll start with what I have. These are TV stands I got from Circuit City about 15 years ago. I think they were made by Gusdorf. I remember I paid about $100 each for them. They are really great. They were made for the large and extremely heavy tube televisions. They have large shelves and can hold a ton of weight. Each one probably weighs about 50 pounds. The poles are made of steel and are about three inches in diameter. There are four shelves and they are made of MDF. The poles came in silver but I painted them black. I would love to find a couple more of these as I've ran out of room but of course they don't make them anymore and it would probably be impossible to find them used. I'd bet some of these eventually were just thrown away.
  11. Audio Racks

    What kind of audio rack(s) are you using? Post some pictures and let us know how you like them. Did you build your own? If so, show them off!
  12. Max Volume!

  13. For pure musical enjoyment, a pair of Klipschorns are extremely tough to beat when set up just right.
  14. klipschorns $1000 no picture

    I see side grills on the bass bins so they are either Type B or C.
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