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japosey

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About japosey

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  • Birthday 09/10/1970

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    Denton, TX
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    Home Theater, 2-Channel Audio, Car Audio, Fishing, Hunting
  • My System
    Media Room - Yamaha RX-V3900, Yamaha BD-S2900, JVC DLA-RS1, Klipsch Forte II, Klipsch Academy, (4) Klipsch KPT-100 surrounds, 2 Velodyne F-1500 subs

    Living Room - Yamaha RX-A1020, Vizio 65" TV, JVC BDP1, Klipsch Forte, Klipsch Academy, Klipsch RS-52 Surrounds, (2) Energy RC-6ST Back Surround, Velodyne HGS-18

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  1. I just replaced three tweeter diaphragms in my Forte I and Academy. The 2 are from a K-75 tweeter assembly and the other a K-76 assembly. in good condition.
  2. I would repeatedly check Ebay week after week. People will part out speakers and list them for sale.
  3. Really like the look of the ...40 series yamaha's. I've had a couple myself.
  4. I picked up two pairs myself back about 5 years ago from snailtrax and have them installed as rear surround in my media room. Defeated the THX stuff too!
  5. Up for sale is an excellent condition Azur 640A integrates amplifier. Rated at 65 x 2 @ 8 ohms and 100 x 2 @ 4 ohms. Comes with power cord. No remote. Everything works.
  6. I imagine you can find plenty of R-25C's on Ebay or Amazon. New and used. If you would like a higher level center then you should look at any of the reference premier centers, but I would stick to one with at least 5.25" mids or larger. That way if you get the bug to upgrade your towers down the road you can jump up to the next level.
  7. Were you aware that old Stereo Review issue online? i was looking for an old review and ran across a message board with a link to all the past Stereo Review issues up through 1998. Pretty cool reading some of the old reviews. https://www.americanradiohistory.com/Archive-All-Audio/HiFI-Stereo-Review.htm
  8. I just purchased my last one off of Ebay. I suggest purchasing the Phillips OEM bulb. A bulb with housing assembly will cost you around $120. As far as the indicator lights, I recommend removing the air filter from the unit and cleaning it. A dirty air filter will cause the temp to increase and not let the bulb turn on and trip your indicator lights.
  9. I would definitely replace the headunit with good quality brand that has 3 pairs of RCA outputs to add amplifier front, rear and subwoofer. I recommend staying with the better quality manufacturers - Alpine, Kenwood, Pioneer, JVC. Dual and Blaupunkt are both inexpensive budget brands now. If I were you, I would get on Crutchfield and compare the models of those brands and decide that way.
  10. You are correct. No boominess and super tight, clean low bass.
  11. As you can see in my signature I have two as well. Anytime I run across the 1500 or 1800, I will pick them up.
  12. I have a nice Velodyne sub. It works great and it is in pretty good overall condition. The cabinet and grill are great. it was re-foamed prior to me obtaining it. There is a little excess silicone around the edge of the surround and for some reason the screws are rusty. Shipping weight will be around 75-80 lbs and it will ship in a 24x24x24 double-wall box. Shoot me over your zip code and I will get a shipping quote for anyone who is interested. screws are rusty.
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