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OO1

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  1. a quality preamp does the contrary , technology marches on , high end preamps with Tone Controls are now mainstream
  2. the Dealer installed optional grilles with klipsch fabric and klipsch copper badges were stapled
  3. hit the ignore button , and make sure to read the klipsch Forum Guidelines , I was not talking to you ,do not reply to posts that are not directed to you https://community.klipsch.com/index.php?/guidelines/ Be Courteous! Don't attack others. Personal attacks on others will not be tolerated. Challenge others' points of view and opinions, but do so respectfully and thoughtfully ... without insult and personal attack.
  4. you must have been quite a young guy to serve in Nam , the war ended in 1975
  5. definitely . 1500$ is a steal , grab em before someone else does and I do mean run dont walk , cause the speakers I see are worth 3000$ , regardless of a bad tweeter or mids diaphragm .
  6. no , ideally you need a quality preamp with separate tone controls to allow you to EQ the sound , I would recommend the Mark Levinson LNP-2 , one of the best preamps ever designed by Mark Levinson himself .
  7. the Forte IV will do fine with the RC-64 center plus you already own other speakers with different timbres already and so far , this is un-noticeable ..the other solution would be to buy the RF-7 III instead of the Forte IV to have a perfectly matched timbre up front , the difference between both speakers is a tad more bass and a more detailed HF for the Forte IV .
  8. dont wait too long klipsch slashed the price for the 1200 and they're selling out like hotcakes , https://www.klipsch.com/products/cinema-1200-sound-bar-and-surround-system
  9. the Cornwall III are definitely a good deal if the speakers are in mint condition , otherwise pass , and dont wait too long because someone else may grab the deal before you do
  10. I will pay for the shippIng to NY if that is an option , on my account
  11. a few shots of the Man , picture no 1 Steve with Scott Yocum PappyIII , picture no 2 with the Chief and Trey Cannon , picture no 4 klipsch Museum of Audio History ,
  12. this amp is quite rare in the USA or Canada , there are clones of these SET 45 amps since real Welborne tube amps are scarce , higher quality workmanship and sound quality , an amp for purists , either you like em or you dont , on the + side , the resale value is rising
  13. the Forte IV should work fine with the 7015 , being it's rated at 125 wpc in stereo mode
  14. beautiful amps , @Marvel used to own Welborne Labs 2A3 Moondogs
  15. @Panacea Engineering
  16. good luck with your search , make sure to checkout the BGW VXi series https://bgw.com/amplifiers/vxi/vxi22
  17. as long as you own the CS800 , you can do whatever you think is best , or if the price is right , you can offload the CS 800 amps after doing a slight refurbishing and get yourself the 750G , or you can buy the parts through your distributor and bring these amps back to full operation .
  18. I've never used the CS 800 or any Peavey amp in our commercial installations , we only use BGW amps , these are real workhorses , but as long as you have the CS 800 , yeah , I would get these up and running if you think you can upgrade the amps to BGW standards .
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