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Loudogp250

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  1. After years of enjoyment they went to a good home for someone new to the Klipsch sound. I replaced them with the Klipsch RP 8000F.
  2. Attached is a pic of the top woofer. The woofer from both speakers is the same. I have also attached a pic of the rear of the Tangets. Looks like one of the speakers has had the binding post replaced. After looking at the Tangents closely the price has been updated.
  3. I think they are. I will pull the top woofers on Friday and snap a few photos of the model #.
  4. I have a pair of KG 4.5, Tangent T-5000, and a single KG 2.2 that I am selling for my dad. The speakers are stock, sound great, and are in fair cosmetic condition. Grills are included with each speaker. I will upload more photos so that you can get a complete view of each speaker. I do not have the original boxes so pickup only. KG 4.5 $ 400 Tangent T-5000 $ 300 Single KG 2.2 $ 100
  5. At one time I owned a pair of 2ce and found them polite also. Not a bad sounding speaker they just lacked the excitement that my Forte's produced, IMHO.
  6. Are you still enjoying the Cambridge CX60? I own two Cambridge receivers and enjoy them greatly.
  7. Welcome to the forum, I have no doubt that you will receive plenty of good suggestions. In my setup I have tried a few different receivers with my Klipsch forte's. If this is for 2ch I suggest you look into a integrated amplifier or stereo receiver. I own your exact speakers along with a pair of updated Forte's and use a Cambridge Audio 851A. To my ears I love the sound produced. Here are a few that I would consider. Cambridge Audio CXA61, CXA81, or one of their stereo receivers. Outlaw Audio RR2160 Emotiva BasX PT100 + Emotiva BasX a300 Yamaha, Denon and Marantz also have some solid offerings also.
  8. The grills are the same color. Its is a lighting issue.
  9. Six years ago I purchased a pair of Forte 1's from an awesome forum member @Woofers and Tweeters The speakers were a little rough so I got a great deal then took some time doing my best to restore to cabinets while also replacing the crossovers and diaphragms with Bob Crites components. I have enjoyed my Forte's for over 6 years but after updating my HT I have been thinking of doing the same for 2ch. Today I had the opportunity of visiting a Heritage Dealer in Dayton, Ohio. I demoed the Heresy IV, Cornwall IV, and the Klipschorn AK6. The Heresy IV sounded good to my ear but sounded small compared to my fortes. Now the Cornwall's were great. I had an emotional experience listening to the Cornwall. It was amazing. I can't recall ever experiencing this while listening to music. I did listen to the Klipschorn which sounded even bigger than the Cornwall but lacked the "magic" of the Cornwall. The dealer did state that the Klipschorns had just arrived and were not set up properly. I just wanted to share my experience with you, Looks like I will be replacing my fortes with the Cornwall, Klipschorn, or possibly a pair of Jubilee's if I can find someone willing to let me listen.
  10. Welcome to the forum, What a great front stage for your first system. People have different opinions but I would say that if you are using the R-41M for surround duties they will work fine.
  11. Yes, In the us. Cost me around $100 plus shipping. service@oppodigital.com.
  12. Oppo has a repair service program that I used last month when my oppo 203 stopped outputting video. Just contact oppo’s customer service.
  13. Thank you for sharing the impact that Klipsch speakers have had on you and your life. As someone that comes from a family in which music is so important this part of your story blesses me dearly. Thank you.
  14. Steve Guttenberg posted this interview of Roy Delgado of Klipsch this morning. It’s a great watch.
  15. How do you like the Marantz? I am looking to power a 2ch setup that will be used for music and TV. Speakers will be Forte's.
  16. I should have updated this post. They have sold. Sorry about that.
  17. The 3500 is a good AVR. I run a Onkyo TX RZ740 with the OSD amplifier that you are considering and I really enjoy my setup. It's used for HT only powering my front three LCR speakers (KL-7800-THX IN-WALL) and front height (PRO-4800-W) in a 7.2.4 atmos configuration. In my opinion the OSD amplifier is a underrated gem.
  18. After hours of research I have decided to go with the Marantz SR6013. No to many options when looking for multi channel analog input. I would like to listen to multi channel SACD’s and DVD a from time to time.
  19. I have bought a few receivers from Accessories4less in the past. They are authorized dealers of the brands they sale so even buying refurbished gets you warranty coverage.
  20. Hello Klipsch lovers. After searching a few forums without success I decided to post my question here. I am in the process of building a room for HT. I am currently using a CXR 120 that has served me faithfully. The issue is that I would like to speakers so that I can experience Atmos / DTS X and possibly Auro-3d. Has anyone replaced their Cambridge with another AVR so that they can experience the latest audio formats? Would you mind sharing your experiences? I have a 7.2 setup with Klipsch KL-7800-THX in-wall speakers and two Dayton audio 15' subwoofers. Height channels are Klipsch Pro 4800 W.
  21. In my old theater I used the Klipsch pro 4800 W for my LCR behind an acoustic screen and I enjoyed them.. For HT there is nothing like 3 matching speakers for your LCR. I am currently remodeling my entire basement adding a "sound proof" theater room. My pro 4800's will be moved to front heights for Auro-3d, Atmos and DTS X with KL 7800 L THX handing the LCR. If you are using in wall speakers strictly for HT you will be fine as long as you have a few subs. If you are on Facebook you should post this question in the Klipsch Owners Group.
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