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  1. I have a pair of Forte III's for sale. These are "B Stock" due to there being too much knotting in the veneer but they still look amazing. There is one light scratch on one of them. Its very hard to see but its there. These have the lambswool grills from the Distressed Oak version and I think its an awesome looking combo. Makes them look very mid century instead of retro. The stock black grills are also included though. SOLD
  2. Selling my complete twin duel opposed Stereo Integrity HT18 setup. Moving to a new house and need the cash. These will have to be local pickup only from Canton, MI 48187. They are absolute beasts. They shake my entire house and they sound fantastic. Unbelievable! They will still be setup in my theater to test drive until we move. I would like to sell everything as a set. Asking $2000 for everything here is the breakdown: Dual opposed enclosures are made from 3/4" 13 ply Baltic Birch. 26H x 31.25"W x 23D. they come to about to about 7cft. net volume. and are each stuffed with 6lbs. of poly fill. They are stained with Min-wax Dark Walnut and finished with three coats or Arm-r-seal satin poly. I designed them to match with my older Heritage style speakers. I had La Scalas and then Cornscala's. So if your looking for a subwoofer system that can keep up with your Klipsch Heritage speakers and match them well, these are the ticket! the Drivers are 4 x Stereo Integrity HT18 D4's. each box is wired for a total 4 Ohm load amps are 2 x Behringer EP4000's. they put about 900 watts rms into each driver EQ is a MiniDSP balanced unit. all cables included. Weight? not sure. maybe 100 lbs a piece you can check out a small thread here: http://community.klipsch.com/forums/p/170615/1896989.aspx#1896989 please feel free to PM me for more pics or with any questions, or post here. flikr gallery:
  3. dropping the price on these to $1300. thats practically the price of just the internal parts with shipping
  4. Hello. im the seller of these. im trying to get the ad posted here in the garage sale forum, but still waiting on Admin approval. Thanks for posting it here for me though!!
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    im really bummed to have to do this, but i have to sell my Cornscalas. i just finished these back in November. They are the Style D with the Tractrix Horn. They sound amazing. Very clear midrange and top end. Highs are smooth, airy and detailed, not harsh at all. Bass is very strong. They are fantastic speakers. If you have been interested in building a pair of these, now is your chance for a great deal! $1300. Local pickup only from 48187 Faital Pro HF140) Drivers Faital Pro LTH142 Tractrix horns CW1526CF woofers New styleCornscala Crossovers P1010555 by brian6751, on Flickr P1010554 by brian6751, on Flickr the horns seemed kinda thin so i wanted to insulate them a bit. Got this idea here on the forums and it works great. That Gorilla tape is very thick. much thicker than your standard duct tape, but you can still rip it by hand. i applied it in 6-8" strips. Untitled by brian6751, on Flickr Untitled by brian6751, on Flickr Untitled by brian6751, on Flickr Untitled by brian6751, on Flickr Untitled by brian6751, on Flickr Untitled by brian6751, on Flickr Untitled by brian6751, on Flickr the horn driver is heavy and needs a support bracket. this is the brace a made for the support bracket. it also serves as internal bracing. Untitled by brian6751, on Flickr http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8210/8173306970_ecf9086c89_z.jpg Untitled by brian6751, on Flickr http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8067/8173306210_e90eba0406_z.jpg Untitled by brian6751, on Flickr and heres how they turned out. http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8067/8173277153_35d3466552_z.jpg Untitled by brian6751, on Flickr http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8487/8172540226_b2260ed060_z.jpg Untitled by brian6751, on Flickr http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8205/8172541304_63d8aa4a74_z.jpg Untitled by brian6751, on Flickr http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8201/8172541902_e3a0a035e3_z.jpg Untitled by brian6751, on Flickr their temporary home. http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8350/8172543068_517cd70c4b_z.jpg Untitled by brian6751, on Flickr http://www.avsforum.com/content/type/61/id/97815/ Untitled by brian6751, on Flickr http://www.avsforum.com/content/type/61/id/97816/ Untitled by brian6751, on Flickr http://www.avsforum.com/content/type/61/id/97817/ Untitled by brian6751, on Flickr http://www.avsforum.com/content/type/61/id/97818/ Untitled by brian6751, on Flickr http://www.avsforum.com/content/type/61/id/97819/ Untitled by brian6751, on Flickr Some of the pics did not come out good. sorry. Heres another one of the horn with the driver attached. http://www.avsforum.com/content/type/61/id/97820/ Untitled by brian6751, on Flickr Heres another one showing the bolts that hold the bracket for the compression driver to the cabinet brace. This whole speaker is built like a tank!! http://www.avsforum.com/content/type/61/id/97821/ Untitled by brian6751, on Flickr
  6. Well, I don't have anyway to measure right now but there is no high pass until the amps built in one which I think is 5hz. The box volume protects the drivers from bottoming out even with 1000 watts thrown at each driver.
  7. Everytime i read your posts, i imagine that guy in you avatar saying it!! HAHAHA[]
  8. Thank you. Im very pleased with them. i use them for two channel and movies, although i like like to run the Cornscalas alone full range with music listening. More listening may change that. we will see. They definantely add oomph. I just watched the final battle scene in The Avengers. Also the Lightening strikes and Pods Emerge from War of the Worlds. Both scenes flickered the clip lights regularly.......I have never been more afraid of breaking my house or having the cops called on me!! And thats with only 1 amp, 300 watts per driver. I cant wait to send 1000 watts at each of them!! Actually, im kinda nervous........
  9. I recently built a pair of dual oppsed subs styled to match my Cornscalas. I used a current box and brace design, but modified it to have the look of Heritage speakers. I though you guys might appreciatte them. [H] Specs: Drivers: Stereo Integrity HT18 D4 x 4 Enclosures: 6.75ft^ Net volume. 13 ply Baltic Birch. 23 x 26.5 x 31.25. 6lbs Wally Mart poly fill Amps: Behringer EP4000 x 2 both bridged = ~1000 watts per driver link to the gallery: http://s618.beta.photobucket.com/user/brian6751/library/The%20Grizzlies
  10. SOLD VERY LOCALLY. glad they found a nice home where they will be throttled regularly!!
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