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  1. ...yet, some people would think the apt 50 tweeters were the best for their Heritage speaker series. Better than Klipsch K77's. I have a few pairs and they are in no way better than a T35 or k77
  2. I sure 108 db. I am looking at the Pyle PDB952 http://www.parts-express.com/pyle-pdb952-4-titanium-8-ohm-horn-bolt-on-driver--292-2604#lblProductDetails it is 22 lbs mid driver - is this for real - 111 $ - looks like a super bargain - the diaphragm alone would cost that much on others - all the way for me - I sure would like to know who makes this mid driver for Pyle - the more I read about this , the more I like it -
  3. 108 db. I am looking at the Pyle PDB952 http://www.parts-express.com/pyle-pdb952-4-titanium-8-ohm-horn-bolt-on-driver--292-2604#lblProductDetails it is 22 lbs mid driver - is this for real - 111 $ - looks like a super bargain - the diaphragm alone would cost that much on others - all the way for me -
  4. IT'S TOMORROW!!!!!!!!! I don't do well with patience. where are the pictures - but again patience is a virtue
  5. how can you go wrong on this purchase - they give you pair of cables all done with the right connectors -plug and play - after the labour and soldering - shipping -they make 5$ profit - pay ebay another 10% in fee - doesnt look like a bad deal at all , for a custom made cable -
  6. Nope, just your average wood butcher that likes making saw dust. how is the weather in Texas ,is it hot enough so you can you open the doors and vent the workshops - we are still in the deep freeze down here -
  7. the tweeters are the apt 50 super tweeter - from Eminence - old series - they are used mostly in car audio - they are definitely not audiophile quality -
  8. I had a pair of A4 Altec free - no charge - just pick up and take in Chicago 3 months ago - they were pulled out of a symphonic hall and they were being given away free instead of cutting them up - original Voice of the Theater - in one location for 40 years on wheels -
  9. if you go back to this thread - you bought these logos with the red lettering from artto https://community.klipsch.com/index.php?/topic/142869-sold-klipsch-professional-badge/
  10. here is the picture of the man cave and Kevin Harmons Jubilees -these are the right ones
  11. you mean like these on the KP 250 -
  12. you mean Carl is that good of a carpenter - I had no idea - great to know
  13. right on , as long as you can reproduce the cabinet - with the right drawing plans - anything can be done with a good CNC - Eminence drivers are available as well -
  14. you mean like these badges - not bad at all - they look really good - I have 4 pro badges brand new as spares for 2 pairs of LSI - powdercated black with white lettering -
  15. yeah - you are right - 4 feet high -you would need 2 -3 pairs stacked on top one of the other at least -
  16. I am curious how the new plastic pro badges look like - I have the old pro ones on my LSI's - these are 5 inches long by 1 inch by memory - these are simply painted over black and white - PANACEA reproduced these using PVC - exact copies - with todays technology , a sign maker can make these on a computer and print them on vinyl -which can be glued on the original strip - if you have a good badge , they can scan it - and make you tons of copies -
  17. That is not a bad idea - these are actually pretty good - 6 feet tall -they look really awesome and are the way to go today
  18. You can call TREY CANNON or email him - about these - https://community.klipsch.com/index.php?/topic/37507-industrial-klipsch-badges/ -second choice , you can reach PANACEA here - I am pretty sure he made some repro badges in PVC - http://panaceaengineering.com/
  19. hi Roger - nothing like big speakers - I used to install the Altec A2--A4 's back in the days - we would audition while sitting in the bass bins -
  20. plus PANACEA used to also make the aluminium corners and trim -
  21. I don't think it would for the original "KLIPSCH" black and white badges as they were metal, but maybe for the Pro Klipsch plastic badges??? Roger PANACEA or someone else here on this forum used to make some reproductions of the PRO badges in plastic or PVC - 15$ per badge - they looked really good -
  22. I sure would like to know what unit he has had issues with - since most are not cheap either -
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