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  1. you cant take a chance with kids today - the fact is that to protect your kids - you have to take the shots as well -
  2. The positive effects of vaccines do outweigh the negative.- the main problem is that currently any outbreak that is caught by young children mostly will transfer to adults - so if all the family is protected - that is the best recommendation - as they say - an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure -
  3. are the KP 362 that good -versud a chorus 2 that was supposed to be very good in the bass response - from memory the KP 362 dont have a rear passive radiator -
  4. steal - great - cant buy the parts for this price -gas is cheap - so go for it - once you will have them , you will see that you ended having a goodfeal as long as they are in good condition -
  5. pleasde keep us updated at the B3 cap upgrade and the end results
  6. with the proper cabs ,the components were designed to sound very good -
  7. I am looking for fabric - any color - duracrest black or other for making a pair of Cornwall grilles - Ryanm84 , was very kind to make me a pair of Cornwall grille blanks - thanks -
  8. I would have bought these - I have all the components - but pretty far from NY - SAD - VERY SAD -
  9. thanks Morey - actually - I have 10 of the old APT 50 tweeters that I never used or even listened to - most have the apt 80 horn - I got these years ago when I read that they were a good replacement of the T35 - I also have T350's That are unused - - now if I could get the CT 125 horn - I could use these but Bob Crites does not sell these seperately-
  10. can you be more specific - for the ones who have never heard a Chorus II - That is my case anyway - what does the Chorus II have above the CW or scala
  11. 120 - what car were you driving -that seems like it must have been a powerful machine -
  12. It actually measured 11/16'ths. if I was building a pair of Cornwalls and wanted birch baltic - how many sheets would I need - of the 5x5 or the 4x8 and which is the best one to use in 3/4 inch or 1 inch -can I also glue 2 half inches of baltic birch to make a 1 inch thick panel or is 3/4 sufficient - sorry If I am confused - but my head is spinning reading all this infurmation -
  13. that should be covered by the warranty - being up north - let;s say I place an order and have it shipped from PE - It was 20 below last week - any duratech I would receive would be ruined - you would think that they would make a formula for colder climates -
  14. The 250 's are the real pro units - sell the 201
  15. The problem is that most people will use titanium diaphragms with plastic horns , and they will sound very bright and even very harsh , on the other hand if used with a cast metal horn , they blend very well and are smoother -
  16. white lascalas look really sharp - they are always Black ot wood grain -I sure would like to see scalas in various colour choices
  17. how are you - I sent you a PM as I could use these crossovers - please PM me if they are still available for sale - best regards
  18. the sound of the metal diaphragms is definitely different from the Phenolic and some prefer one over the other. I can say that in all the Klipsch which I have installed Titanium diaphragms I can play at much higher levels than I could with the Phenolic diaphragms but please note that all my compression drivers are modified. If you find yourself in the Phenolic camp the Crites CT125 is a superb sounding (tweeter) driver which is Phenolic. I like it every bit as much as the Titanium diaphragms. Further Bob's Phenolic mid diaphragm is to me superior sounding to the stock Klipsch mid range diaphragm. I hope this is of interest to those who enjoy the phenolic sound. Best regards Moray James. HI MOREY - I thought you would have liked to read this thread http://www.audioheritage.org/vbulletin/showthread.php?10252-ElectroVoice-T35-anyone-familiar-with-them/page4 here is a thread about the T35 -k55 and the ct125 by http://www.audioheri...with-them/page4 08-19-2009, 06:40 PM #53 Maron Horonzakz Senior Member Join Date Jul 2003 Location missouri galaxy Posts 1,345 Widget,,When i was young and in my prime... And talking to Paul Klipsch,, The supply of T35 s coming from Electro voice,,, Each was measured for a match to a close tolerence for the Khorns in a stereo pair,,, 30 percent were returned to EV,,as not meeting pauls tests & requirements,, George ashworth,, The scientist helping paul in the early problems of woofer complience,, was trying to get Paul to find a different source of tweeters,,, Paul stated he was getting them so cheap it was worth his time to test them all and return the rest. Later Paul bought the dies and machinery from EV,, Later all this was moved to the Pacific Rim,, Phenaulic diaphrams/voice coils were manufactured with sloppy tolerence in thickness and weight.. Frequency responce was all over the place,,, I have here diaphrams (12) no two match... Over the last three years they have gotten better. I,m sure you found some good T35s,,So did I,, But Bob Crites found the Emmenence APT-50 to be a better tweeter,, and had a copy of the EV T35 tweeter horn made to integrate to the HF driver,,, and now,, the super tweeter is good to 20K. Vlad
  19. here is a thread about the T35 -k55 and the ct125 by http://www.audioheritage.org/vbulletin/showthread.php?10252-ElectroVoice-T35-anyone-familiar-with-them/page4 08-19-2009, 06:40 PM #53 Maron Horonzakz Senior Member Join Date Jul 2003 Location missouri galaxy Posts 1,345 Widget,,When i was young and in my prime... And talking to Paul Klipsch,, The supply of T35 s coming from Electro voice,,, Each was measured for a match to a close tolerence for the Khorns in a stereo pair,,, 30 percent were returned to EV,,as not meeting pauls tests & requirements,, George ashworth,, The scientist helping paul in the early problems of woofer complience,, was trying to get Paul to find a different source of tweeters,,, Paul stated he was getting them so cheap it was worth his time to test them all and return the rest. Later Paul bought the dies and machinery from EV,, Later all this was moved to the Pacific Rim,, Phenaulic diaphrams/voice coils were manufactured with sloppy tolerence in thickness and weight.. Frequency responce was all over the place,,, I have here diaphrams (12) no two match... Over the last three years they have gotten better. I,m sure you found some good T35s,,So did I,, But Bob Crites found the Emmenence APT-50 to be a better tweeter,, and had a copy of the EV T35 tweeter horn made to integrate to the HF driver,,, and now,, the super tweeter is good to 20K. Vlad
  20. the sound of the metal diaphragms is definitely different from the Phenolic and some prefer one over the other. I can say that in all the Klipsch which I have installed Titanium diaphragms I can play at much higher levels than I could with the Phenolic diaphragms but please note that all my compression drivers are modified. If you find yourself in the Phenolic camp the Crites CT125 is a superb sounding (tweeter) driver which is Phenolic. I like it every bit as much as the Titanium diaphragms. Further Bob's Phenolic mid diaphragm is to me superior sounding to the stock Klipsch mid range diaphragm. I hope this is of interest to those who enjoy the phenolic sound. Best regards Moray James. hi morey - your input as far as the CT 125 in that it is a quality tweeter is interesting as the Ct125 is the eminence apt 50 -30$ the diaphragms cost 15$ - so a relatively cheap Iitem like the selenium super tweeters - the beymas cp21 etc - they are mostly used in car audio but still , they are appreciated by klipsch fans who wish to replace the T35 -k77 which are obsolete - is it the horn design that Bob Crites makes with plastic that is the trick that improves the sound - tx
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