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  1. keep your money and buy a pair of speakers in better shape for 2k$
  2. you have the money , buy the new RP-8000F , they are not too expensive , not even comparable , heck even the KLF-20 will blow the Koss 1030- https://www.klipsch.com/products/rp-8000f-piano-black
  3. yeah , Quebec to Ontario via the 401 is terrible .
  4. Yes , some 1981 Heresy 1 were manufactured with the K-55V , you can also use the K-55M , 2 amazing drivers , used pairs come up very often on the forum Garage Sale section .
  5. @John kalnot really , the speakers will sound good , no worries ,
  6. @Dr Morbius https://www.klipsch.com/products/rp-8000f-piano-black
  7. PWK was Welcomed by all Audiophile circles , although He was not one to accept all the invitations ....... PWK's Friends in the Speaker Industry , were all the Giants in the Business , and amongst all of them , He was never challenged , some tried , but most failed .
  8. are you using the JBL horns with the JBL 2451H , what about the crossover ,,,,,,,,,xilica or passive , BTW why would you use grilles , these look great
  9. tis a Hybrid klipsch-JBL Speaker , bass bin by klipsch , Horn by JBL , Art -work and craftsmanship by Emile San how does it sound ?
  10. https://www.tripplite.com/isobar-12-outlet-rack-mount-surge-protector-15-ft-cord-3840-joules-locking-switch-cover~ISOBAR12ULTRA
  11. Apart from these changes , the midrange Driver you have in the Heresy 1,5 , could be the K-52H or the K-53-K but if you ever have a chance to try out a K-55V , I think you would be very pleased .
  12. @Frieda this pair of klipsch Brazilian Rosewood khorns sold for 12,500$ in 2018 , and prices in 2022 are higher
  13. I think this might work for you .. plugs into the HDMI-ARC port ..........turn ARC on the TV Menu , turn off speakers , and change the audio output type on the TV Menu https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07CJ96MQV?tag=georiot-ca-default-20&ascsubtag=tomsguide-ca-5476331567014937000-20&geniuslink=true HDMI ARC Adapter, Tendak ARC Audio Extractor with Digital Optical TOSLINK SPDIF/Coaxial and Analog 3.5mm L/R Stereo Audio Converter .
  14. Corners dont hurt , if you got corners , use them by all means , but if you dont , no worries .
  15. Home depot near my house , /premium 1 x 12 x 8 ft pine is 26$ , / select 1x 12x 8 ft pine is 48$
  16. a Carpenter is born .........Emile's Wood Shop
  17. @postman56 the K-33...... klipsch Parts ... low price .,,,,, link ▶️ https://support.klipsch.com/hc/en-us/requests/new Fill the form / contact info / picture of 1 serial no tag / CS will email you the response
  18. klipsch recommends to break in speakers for 100 hours How and Why to Break in your New Speakers Brittainy Kelley November 14, 2017 How and why to break in your new speakers Once you’ve purchased a brand new set of speakers, you’ll probably want to set them up and get to the good part - playing them. However, be prepared for the fact that for the first several hours of use (the break-in period), they won’t be quite to their maximum potential. The good news is your speakers will absolutely sound better after the initial break-in period. In fact, you may want to take care of this step right away so you are more quickly able to enjoy your speakers at their best. Your speakers contain several moving parts but prior to use, they’ve never actually moved before. Essentially, pieces of the assembly like the spider and the surround will be stiff at first. Due to the rigidness of your new speakers, they will not be as dynamic until they have had a chance to move and become more flexible. Moral of the story? Don’t be afraid to break them in. Now that you understand why breaking in is important, how do you do it? The easiest answer is simply to play music. However, to break your speakers in well, you’ll want to play something with a large dynamic range, something with solid deep bass, as well as something with a strong high end. Music capable of both will be able to push the speaker to their extremes regularly. You will want to play the music loud, not max volume, just louder than normal. Doing this will help the break-in period occur faster. It will also help to use music that you know well, as you will be able to recognize when the magic starts to happen. How long you want to break in your speakers is one of those audiophile questions that doesn’t necessarily have a right or wrong answer. 100 hours? You’re in great shape. If this seems unattainable, just continue the break-in period with your favorite music and movies as you would normally enjoy them. Invite friends or family over to help break them in. Put on your favorite tunes, rock, repeat and the before you know it the break-in period will be over and your speakers will be performing at their maximum potential
  19. no worries , I own lots of speakers, and some are better than others
  20. GLWYS ............guess you prefer the JBL Sound versus the klipsch sound ,
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