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About tromprof

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    Male
  • Location
    West Chester,OH
  • My System
    Quarter Pie Theater
    All horn 7.2 System with:
    Quarter Pie bass horns, JBL 2360A with EV-DH1A drivers (L+R), EV HP640 with EV-DH1A (center), QSC Waveguides with Dayton D250P drivers (left, right)
    Quarter Pie bass horns with JBL 2386 with EV-DH1A drivers, QSC Waveguides with Dayton D250P driver, surround
    QP straight variation with ALK trachhorns, rear
    2 Cinema F-20 subs
    Integra DHC 80.3 Preamp processor
    Crown XLS2000, PS-200 and D75A amps
    2 Ashly Protea 3.24cl active crossover/processors
    Yamaha YP-B2 Turntable with Clearaudio Arum Beta cart, Yaqin MS-22B tube phono preamp with TJ Full Music tubes

    1976 Klipschorns
    Yaqin MC-13S tube amp
    Pioneer PLX-1000 turntable
    Benchmark DAC1 USB

    KG Theater
    6.1 System with:
    Pioneer VSX-1122-K
    1990 KG4 walnut, LR 1990 KG4 oak, center and rear 1992 KG3.2, surround
    Tuba Table sub

    Harman Kardon 630
    Acoustic Research AR-11

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  1. I have decided to keep it for my second system.
  2. This: https://www.amazon.com/Push-Pull-Integrated-Amplifier-Without-Protect/dp/B012CSK30E/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3D3IUO1QMIS1W&keywords=yaqin+mc-13s&qid=1573830679&sprefix=yaqin%2Caps%2C140&sr=8-1 I have one pushing my Khorns. Since it is prime you can always give it back. Very heavy, solid unit.
  3. You are correct, thanks for the save! I have edited the ad.
  4. I am selling an Integra DHC-80.3 preamp processor. I purchased this from Accesories4Less in 2017. The unit has operated flawlessly, and I have found it to have both an excellent sound as well as having a nice and flexible interface. Always operated with extra cooling fans on top. This pre/pro will not pass 4K video or do Atmos. If you do not need these things it is an outstanding piece of gear. Includes Audessy mic and ships in original box. $350 plus shipping
  5. I think you will be blown away by the quality of the bass produced by the QP horn. I have owned La Scalas and still have a pair of Klipschorns. Once you listen to the QP you will begin to understand as good as Klipschorns are, they still have their share of distortion down low. With the QP its gone (again, mated to a good horn sub to take care of sub 60HZ material). They are also not hard to make, I managed to cut and assemble my front three in two days.
  6. No, never had MWMs. I chose to build the QPs instead since they are essentially the same but in a somewhat smaller package. MWMs would have required a bit more floor space and still have needed a sub to get to 20HZ which is my personal definition of full range.
  7. The Quarter Pie horn is really a wonderful design (thanks Claude!). I really don’t see much benefit in adding a foot to the original design just to get 10HZ. Regardless of size, you are going to want a good sub (I have a pair of Cinema F20 subs) and if implemented correctly seamlessly hand off to the QPs. Bigger isn’t always better, just harder to move.
  8. I am leaning heavily toward the Yamaha at this point. I am not in a big hurry so I will see if any good deals pop up in the next 6 weeks or so.
  9. Claude, thanks for the vote of confidence in Yamaha. It seems like Marantz gets all the press and the Yamaha has less written about it.
  10. Now that 4K projectors have started to become more affordable I am thinking of upgrading my projector and preamp. I am currently using an Integra 80.3 which I have been quite happy with, but I have read a number of posts about how the newer Integra units are not competitive with many of the other brands . I am currently considering an Anthem AVM 60 or a Yamaha CX-A5200 (or CX-A5100). I would love to be able to consider the Marantz AV8805, but I am not willing to spend that much. The Anthem sounds like it is super well built and has a great reputation for sound, but it is several years old at this point. The Yamaha also seems to get good press for build quality and sound and is a slightly newer design than the Anthem. Any thoughts or advice appreciated
  11. My mom has told me stories of finding wreckage from torpedoed shipping washed up on shore at her families place on Holdens Beach (NC), and having to have blackout curtains at night.
  12. Lots of things you can do to hotrod your K-horns. Go slow, and enjoy one improvement at a time. I would suggest reading lots of the old posts on here, there are so many different things people have done and found real improvement without spending a fortune.
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