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    Pacific Northwet
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    Firearms
    Dogs
    Vinyl lp's
  • My System
    VPI Prime, Sumiko Blackbird lomc, Phoenix Engineering Eagle PSU and Roadrunner,
    Tube Nirvana - Aretha, Tube Nirvana - Janis, Two 1960 Dynaco ST -70's, Teac X-10R,
    Music Hall CD 15.1, Klipschorns, Heresy III's.

    Linn Sondek LP12, Benz Glider lomc, Creek OBH -9, Outlaw RR 2150, Marantz CD 6005, Nakamichi RX-202, 6 Klipsch Room Grooves, LaScalas, Cornwalls.

    Dynaco ST-70, Heresy's

    VPI 16.5 RCM

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  1. New guy here , I'm 2ch only guy

    Welcome to the forum, and I must add, very nice Hi-Fi! I would invite you to post on the RTM thread the next time your driving your system...Cheers!
  2. David Mancuso, RIP

    Sad news...sad news for sure. He was all about the music. He swore by Klipschorns and Koetsu cartridges. My best wishes go out to Colleen "Cosmo" Murphy as well. She must feel simply gutted...
  3. Leon Russell RIP

    I was a huge fan. His concerts were so much fun! I always concidered him an American music treasure. Sad day, sad day...
  4. Sadly Downsizing Khorns or LaScalas

    I have had LaScalas in a small music room for years. I couldn't have been happier. They are truly a remarkable loud speaker. Recently, I was fortunate enough to come across a pair of Khorns that I just couldn't pass on. I was concerned because of my small music room... I placed the Klipschorns in that room, and was totally knocked back stupid. I never heard music sound so good. Records I've listened to for years sounded fresh and new. My biggest regret is that I never even considered Khorns as a possibility because of the small room size. Knowing now, just how great they sound, even in a small room, I would have gone Klipschorn over LaScala's years ago. Would the Khorns sound better in a larger space? Absolutely. But...that's not what I have. IMHO keep the Klipschorns.
  5. Lost my Dad this morning

    I'm too, am truly sorry for your loss but take great joy knowing that he doffed his worn "earth-suit" and is now with the Lord...I wish you peace.
  6. Deleting attachments

    HI Chad, Thanks for the quick response. I'm sure you'll get the delete button working soon enough. I appreciate all the time and effort that you're putting in to this. Cheers !
  7. Deleting attachments

    Hi Chad, How do I delete attachments. When I open My attachments, I can see them all, but unlike the old forum, I can't figure out how delete them. I'm at 40.3 MB of the 100MB . Not a problem now, but eventually it will be. Cheers!
  8. Vintage Thornens

    I have a TD-160 which I have been very pleased with. I don't currently have it hooked up, but my plans are to put together another 2 channel system with an extra pair of Heresy's that I also have sitting around. Those 70's era Thorens were/are fine TT's. Cheers!
  9. Heresy III Bass Questions

    Welcome!!! I own Heresys III's and Heresy's...I love they way they sound on their own. My recommendation is pick up a set, give them a listen, then add the sub if you think they need them. They truly are a remarkable loudspeaker. Cheers
  10. Playlist 50th Reunions Class of '67?

    The Beatles of course..."A little Help From my Friends"
  11. acoustic audiophile music?

    I can tell you the LP is also spectacular. Fantastic soundstaging. My tiny music room turns into Massey Hall.
  12. Suggestions for a good "starter" tube amp for Heresy II's

    If you really have interest in a HH Scott, there is a HH Scott 222c for sale on the forum that has been restored up to original specifications and it appears that he has some room in his price to negotiate (I assume since he states reasonable offers). I have bought items from the seller in the past and the transactions have been executed hassle free. I pulled the first post and a couple of pictures from the link below. https://community.klipsch.com/index.php?/topic/162713-fs-hh-scott-222c-refurbed-by-nos-valves-75000/
  13. Suggestions for a good "starter" tube amp for Heresy II's

    I'm very pleased with the way ST70'S drive my Heresys and Heresy III'S. I can't comment on the other amps you mentioned. I would also consider an H.H. Scott 222 B or C depending on condition though they are integrated amps, they do bring out the best in Heresys. Cheers
  14. They still may have been worth $850... (To me) Cheers
  15. Another Klipschorn Newbie

    Welcome to the forum! Congratulations on a superb pair of loudspeakers.
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