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  1. pigonthewing76

    Klipsch Forte II

    These have come up nearby. The surrounds look weired. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/1892148141078105/
  2. pigonthewing76

    What Solid State Amps don't sound good with Klipsch Speakers?

    I have a Marantz 2325 that hooked up with a '79 Cornwall. It sounded a little harsh but matched perfectly with the Chorus II's I used to have that I regret selling.
  3. pigonthewing76

    WTB: Chorus II's

    Thanks for your help.
  4. pigonthewing76

    WTB: Chorus II's

    Thanks for the link and it looks like a good deal but a little too far of a drive for me.
  5. pigonthewing76

    WTB: Chorus II's

    As soon as you posted the link, the ad was changed to sold. Only the heresy's remain.
  6. pigonthewing76

    WTB: Chorus II's

    Looking to buy Klipsch Chorus II's. I am located in the Northern IL area but willing to drive a few hours or so.
  7. pigonthewing76

    FS or FT: Marantz 2325

    I am at work right now so I will when I return home. Thanks.
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    FS or FT: Marantz 2325

    I have a near mint Marantz 2325 that has been recapped and refurbished by Sound Classics vintage audio specialists in Rockford, IL. I bought the SS receiver in August 2011 and have used it occassionally due to other audio gear purchased along the way. I am looking to trade for a Fisher 400b or I will sell it for $900 or best offer. Pictures will be provided upon request.
  9. Hello all. I recently purchased a pair of 79 Cornwalls and when I first hooked them up the midrange horn was out. I messed with the connection and then midrange horn was fine. Now the horn keeps going out again. I switched channels and changed connections and I keep having the same issue with the horn so I know it's not my amplifier. I am not tech savvy so I have no idea how to fix it unless I take it to a audio repair shop. Can someone please guide me in the right direction on how to fix it. Thanks for your help.
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    Internal Damage to Cornwalls

    Hi newbie here. I had transported a pair of mint 79 Cornwalls the other day but avoided a car accident the last second causing one of the speakers to hit other chipping a part of the terminal post near the top of the positive side. Should I be concerned with any internal damage? Thanks
  11. Hi I am a newbie here. I just purchased a pair of 79 Cornwall that are in mint condition but a problem occurred on the way home from the pick-up when I nearly avoided a car accident and the back of one of the speakers banged up against the other not too hard but hard enough to crack one of the terminal posts. Well the positive side of the post is cracked above the screw while the negative is just fine. I am able to connect the wires to the posts with no problems at all. I am just wondering if I should get them replaced because it has the screw terminal posts which I don't know if they are easy to come by or can I just live with the fact that I have a terminal post that is partially cracked. Thanks for the help.
  12. Hi I am a newbie here. I just purchased a pair of 79 Cornwall that are in mint condition but a problem occurred on the way home from the pick-up when I nearly avoided a car accident and the back of one of the speakers banged up against the other not too hard but hard enough to crack one of the terminal posts. Well the positive side of the post is cracked above the screw while the negative is just fine. I am able to connect the wires to the posts with no problems at all. I am just wondering if I should get them replaced because it has the screw terminal posts which I don't know if they are easy to come by or can I just live with the fact that I have a terminal post that is partially cracked. Thanks for the help.
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