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    West Chester,OH
  • My System
    Quarter Pie Theater
    All horn Atmos 7.2 System with:
    Quarter Pie bass horns, K402 (L+R), EV HP640 with B&C DE750TN (center, suround)
    QP straight variation with ALK trachhorns, rear
    2 Cinema F-20 subs
    Marantz 8805 pre/pro
    Crown XLS2000, XLI 1500, PS-200, D75A amps
    Xilica XP-3060 and 2 Ashly Protea 3.24cl active crossover/processors

    1976 Klipschorns with K402
    Devastator horn sub
    Ashly Protea 3.6 crossover
    Schiit Aegir, mids
    Crown XLS2002, bass
    Integra DHC-80.3
    Pioneer PLX-1000 turntable


    Living Room Theater
    7.1 System with:
    Yamaha CA-A5200 Preamp processor
    Sunfire Grand and Adcom amps
    Heresy IV LR , Heresy center and sides, KG4 rear
    Monoprice Monolith 15 sub

    Misc. vintage Yamaha gear
    Acoustic Research AR-11

    Misc. KG4, KG3.2, Academy, SMSL SU- 8 DAC...

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  1. Ask your question at Audiokarma Klipsch section for a honest answer.
  2. Not quite the same thing but...give it try 😉
  3. The better route is a good horn sub. It will be a far better solution than any mods done to the LaScala. A tuba table worked well with mine and is not too huge
  4. No Sony fan boy but I have 4 in current regular usage and no issues. The only dvd/blu- ray player I’ve had that died before its time was a LG quite a few years ago. It’s old tech and getting no better with age, but seems generally reliable in my experience. As always YMMV
  5. I owned a pair of Tannoy System 12s (very similar to these but “pro” models) for a few years before I found my K-horns. Nice speakers but I would take my Klipschorns or Cornwalls over them any day.
  6. Yes, I have 402's on my K-horns. I have tried many different horns (including Volti) over the years, the 402 is the best by a huge margin. The stock drivers that come with them are quiet good, though at some point I will try the Celestion given their stellar reviews. Active crossovers are a must to get all the goodness. They fit easily on top and don't affect corner placement.
  7. Topping Pre90. Great reviews. https://www.stereophile.com/content/topping-pre90-line-preamplifier https://www.audiosciencereview.com/forum/index.php?threads/topping-pre90-review-preamplifier.18283/ https://www.amazon.com/Topping-Preamplifier-Amplifier-Ultra-High-Balanced/dp/B08PY8H1ZX
  8. As a professional trombonist I hear trombone solos all the time 😜 However, it is nice seeing a band use a horn section!
  9. Doesn’t matter which model, cosmetically challenged fine too.
  10. Assume you mean the K402 and not the cats (no controlling them). I am using an Ashely Protea crossover, 7.7ms delay to the 402s
  11. Have a pair, and more of their ken so not in the market. Good price, excellent little speakers.
  12. I’ve had a great time catching up on some my kind of TV. Have watched all dropped episodes of Rings of Power thus far. Sound is really outstanding!! Watching Disney Andor tonight. Meh Amazon is stepping up the audio.
  13. 5.1 is Sony bluray player, HDMI out to Marantz 8805 processor. 2 channel is another Sony bluray player, coax out to Topping D90SE dac.
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