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Kevin S

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  1. Assuming that you have the space for them, in terms of being able to place them fairly wide apart and some flexibility in toeing them in, I would buy the Cornwall’s. And I would cross them over to the sub very low at 35-40hz or so.
  2. With apologies to the late Gordon Gow of McIntosh for basically stealing this, if your amp has a “voice”, it’s broken. 😂
  3. How about contacting the folks in the Klipsch Professional Department? They are known to have a Bonehead who probably can help.
  4. Some on the forum, including some Klipsch folks, should find this book to be a little light reading. 1000 pages. According to the table of contents there is a bit in it on that PWK fellow. http://www.hornspeakersystems.info/
  5. Keep the speakers. Build a new shed! 😂 Just do the best you can to place them high up in whatever you have for corners, angled down into the listening area. I don’t think inverting them will matter with no solid surface available above the woofer.
  6. When the man who designed the speakers says to place them on the floor in the corner for best performance, you should. The ceiling is simply the floor, upside down. So, inverted in the corners would be the correct answer, IMO.
  7. I suspect that PWK is livid. Everything bad he envisioned happening in having others review and measure his speakers seems to have transpired with this review. He felt that all speakers were corner speakers. Yet his very own legendary corner horn speaker was both reviewed and measured without proper corner placement. IMO Klipsch should be embarrassed for allowing this sorry excuse of a review to have transpired.
  8. Prepare to learn just how far down the rabbit hole these guys will help you fall! 😂
  9. My recollection of my mid 80’s Khorns was a specified bandwidth of 32hz to 17khz, +/- 5db. It could have been 35hz though, my memory is not great.
  10. Is it possible that the 8ft. length refers to what the length of a straight horn would have to be to reproduce the lowest Khorn frequency, and not the actual length of the Khorn’s path?
  11. Could you be any more disrespectful? I hope everyone at Klipsch ignores you, as they should.
  12. I listen to music using DTS Neo 6 Music, with the surround speakers turned down 3db. My understanding is that DTS derives the center channel and surrounds without changing the signal to the L/R speakers. It’s my way of getting the 3 channel stereo experience. I turn down the surrounds to minimize the chance of localizing them, but still retain a bit of added ambience.
  13. “Why are there so few women audiophiles?” LOL! The answer to that question is staring back at male audiophiles in the mirror every morning. Just read any number of posts on this, or any other, audio forum. I think boorish might be an apt general description of far too many audiophiles and their posts. If a post like this one, which started out celebrating a female audiophile, can so quickly be driven into a ditch by men, (and this was fairly mild and innocuous), you have to ask the question why would any woman want to be an audiophile. The ladies who willingly put up with us, or even join us in this hobby, have a special kind of tolerance indeed.
  14. Congratulations! I really hope you enjoy yours as much as I enjoy mine!
  15. To my way of thinking, a quality speaker is a quality speaker. PWK’s four principles would apply to both. So, no difference as far as I am concerned.
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