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About pgh

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  • Birthday 08/22/1959

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    Louisiana
  • My System
    Klipschorns (1981), Heresy I (1977), Forte (1986)

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  1. Just watching a video about Adam Trombly (http://projectearth.com/about/adam-trombly), who was a friend of John Lilly (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_C._Lilly), staying at Lilly's house when diagnosed with Stage 4 Cancer and 2-4 months to live, and in constant pain. An Iranian doctor suddenly arrives at the house, having been given a message during meditation to show up with a medical bag filled with Ketamine. As Adam lays on the floor of John Lilly's living room, "with my feet pointed between his two big Klipschorn speakers there..." (24:35) Ep 6 - Adam Trombly Recalls Stories of John C Lilly
  2. Consciousness makes the material world.
  3. Are there any good diy recone kits? If possible, I would like to use the existing woofer basket. Those I've seen use the foam surround, which don't seem to hold up very well.
  4. I need a replacement for my Forte woofers, and wanted to stay with Klipsch drivers. Will the K-28-E work in the Forte?
  5. LSU Tiger Stadium "...includes eighteen Jericho Horns and six “Rock Monster” subwoofers. Fourteen Danley J3-64 full-range Jericho Horns comprise the bulk of the new system, while four Danley J4-31 high-frequency Jericho Horns contribute to the system’s amazing high-end throw. Six Danley TH-812 “Rock Monster” subwoofers fill out the bottom of the system with thunderous low end. Four Danley SH-96s, four Danley SH-64s, four Danley SM-80s, and twenty Danley SH-MINIs provide fill for areas not directly covered by the Jericho Horns. A 32-channel Yamaha LS9 provides a familiar front end, while a QSC Q-Sys processing system feeds twenty-four Lab.gruppen PLM 10000Q and 20000Q amplifiers behind the scenes." http://blog.svconline.com/briefingroom/2014/01/15/lsu-roars-with-danley/
  6. I'm sorry you took it that way, I just thought it would be pretty obvious to someone that calls themselves an "advanced member" with the thousands of posts written here about this very subject. Unfortunately, it's easy for either of us to come off in ways that were not meant to be, and this is clearly the case. I originally misinterpreted your intent as total sarcasm base on your "excuse my ignorance" opening statement along with your Advanced Member title. No offense meant either way, I'm sure. No bother at all, we are all here to figure all this out. ClaudeJ1, I owe you a very sincere apology for my rude reply. You were correct. I was wrong to take offense. Please forgive me. I'm truly embarrassed to have started something that has taken away from the topic of the post. My behaviour was inexcusable.
  7. I'm sorry you took it that way, I just thought it would be pretty obvious to someone that calls themselves an "advanced member" with the thousands of posts written here about this very subject. Unfortunately, it's easy for either of us to come off in ways that were not meant to be, and this is clearly the case. I originally misinterpreted your intent as total sarcasm base on your "excuse my ignorance" opening statement along with your Advanced Member title. No offense meant either way, I'm sure. No bother at all, we are all here to figure all this out. And on that note, I'm cancelling my forum membership, so you want have to be insulted by my dumb questions.
  8. Please delete my membership to this forum. Thanks.
  9. I said, excuse my ignorance, but you have to get all high and mighty. I was just curious. Sorry for the bother. Jerk.
  10. Excuse my ignorance, but I was wondering why the use of commercial loudspeakers in a residence? Apart from the obvious increased sound levels, what other benefits are provided by this setup?
  11. Just curious if anyone has heard any of the Danley Labs products, and what was their impression. They were recently installed at a local college football stadium, and were said to be impressive. A Youtube video was made of the test, but you can't tell much about sound quality from a video.
  12. Wall mounting KL-650-THX's and ceiling mounting (fly) KL-525-THX's. Any suggestions on best hardware. Spoke with rep @ Omnimount, who indicated they no longer produce mounts to hold speakers of that size. Any help would be appreciated.
  13. Thanks for ruining my day! LOL. Why do people do such things! Do they really think that is "appreciating" such a fine speaker?
  14. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Klipsch-Palladium-P-39F-2-TWO-Floorstanding-Speakers-/190695540408?pt=Home_Theater_in_a_Box&hash=item2c665706b8 Some dings, and couple of woofers appear damaged...
  15. Klipsch doesn't have any information on the kp-600, among other many discontinued speakers. It's like it never existed, although it seems to have been popular with pro audio. Does anyone have info on kp-600? It would be nice if Klipsch could update the discontinued pages, with photos and info. They must have this info somewhere...
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