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About hcnelly

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  • Birthday 02/05/1984

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    Rapid City, SD
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    Music, vinyl, reading, movies, etc
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    Klipsch Belles 1978, Marantz 2275 (restored by Paul Hovenga), Scott 340A (restored by Craig Ostby), Hsu research VTF-15h sub, Rega RP3 with dynavector cartridge

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  1. hcnelly

    WTB k-500 belle horns

    How much does a pair of k500 horns usually sell for?
  2. Absolutely gorgeous! GLWS!! Btw, I had my Dad's Marantz 2275 completely restored by a guy named Paul Hovenga. It was a great decision! It sounds even better than it did before, and performs flawlessly. I can only imagine how this Pioneer sounds, being that it was fully restored as well.
  3. hcnelly

    Cornwall III's v Forte III's

    Hahaha, I believe you shakey- I probably would! I'd definitely love to hear a pair of the forte iii. I've been eyeballing them since they were released. I'm sure I would absolutely love them I wish I had the funds, but I've been loving my Klipsch belle lately, with the fastrac horns.
  4. hcnelly

    Cornwall III's v Forte III's

    I have owned Heresy IIIs and Cornwall IIIs....Heresy IIIs with a nice subwoofer compare very closely against the cornwall IIIs, considering they both have the same midrange horn. Heresy III and a subwoofer will save a lot of money and give you a very similar performance in my experience. I actually preferred the overall balance of my Klipsch Forte I speakers over the Cornwall III with that same midrange horn. I kept the forte I.... I sold the Cornwall IIIs because I felt, for a such a big speaker, midrange detail was lacking for me. It really bummed me out, considering how much they cost. I wish I would've picked up some Cornwall IIs instead, or maybe even cornscalas. I'm just sharing my experience.
  5. hcnelly

    Crites Website Down?

    Oh man, I was saving up to purchase some. I missed out big time. Does anyone else make similar horns for 1" drivers?
  6. hcnelly

    Crites Website Down?

    Not the same website, but is Dave's site down? I was going to look at his fastrac horns for Klipsch Belles, but I can't visit his site. Is he still making fastrac horns?
  7. hcnelly

    Type AA crossovers SOLD!

    Sold
  8. hcnelly

    Type AA crossovers SOLD!

    I'm looking to sell my original type AA crossovers from my 78 Klipsch Belles....they are in working condition, and I'm only selling because I upgraded my crossovers, and I no longer need them....I'm asking $125 shipped...i believe I saw them go for around that much in the garage sale section....let me know if this is a fair price or not
  9. hcnelly

    HH Scott 299b- rebuilt by NOSVALVES SOLD

    SOLD!!!! Thanks Dave, I hope you enjoy it very much!
  10. hcnelly

    HH Scott 299b- rebuilt by NOSVALVES SOLD

    That's great, thank you Chad
  11. hcnelly

    HH Scott 299b- rebuilt by NOSVALVES SOLD

    Price dropped $925
  12. hcnelly

    HH Scott 299b- rebuilt by NOSVALVES SOLD

    That's pretty cool Muel, thanks for sharing the link...I'm selling it for the medical bills we'll have once he's here...i have some more audio gear I'll be selling soon
  13. hcnelly

    Price of marantz 8b

    Hey Nick, sorry for the late response....i decided not to go with the marantz 8b and I'm looking at acquiring some NOSVALVES VRDs...with a baby on the way, it'll take me a while before I can afford those...I did get a blueberry preamp...my integrated Scott's sound great with the Belles right now, but I have to sell them to pay off the future medical bills
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