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  1. @SpeakerAddict I don't see crossovers in your pictures so, If the buyer of these speakers wants to purchase some OEM Klipsch passive crossover networks, I have a few for sale, because I converted mine to active crossovers.
  2. If the buyer of these speakers wants to purchase some OEM Klipsch passive crossover networks, I have a few for sale, because I converted mine to active crossovers.
  3. @old radioman Welcome to the klipsch forum. I remember Dan Bynum from way back when I got my first Klipschorns. I often had questions about speakers and he would always answer my phone calls and share helpful information.
  4. The complete top section easily lifts off (after removing the two wing nuts, as noted by @mikebse2a3). When transporting K-horns, I sometimes quickly remove the side grills and store all the wing nuts in a plastic bag.
  5. Shame that management and quality control was not paying attention to easy to observe "defects" with the main product they were building and selling at that time. Can't blame an audio equipment reviewer for seeing it.
  6. @Jammer-JDW The walnut looks dry, from the appearance in your pictures. You might want to apply some Boiled Linseed Oil or similar treatment.
  7. 2-Channel Home Audio Talk about stereo amp and speaker matching here. Lounge Talk about almost anything that's on your mind here. Sports, News, Music, Movies, Gaming, Computers, etc. I vote Lounge
  8. I am looking forward to seeing pictures of this fun project.
  9. You have made a lot of progress with the whole listening environment. Looks good.
  10. Music is very dynamic, so it is good to have more amplifier power than your average requirements.
  11. Building the walls with Roxul added inside will improve the sound of the music in the room and reduce the amount of sound traveling to the other side because the mineral wool absorbs air vibrations, therefore behaving similar to a bass trap. Adding Green Glue and a second layer of drywall reduces sound transmission to the other parts of the house and helps the music listening room by reducing the wall vibrations and resonances. Ideally both methods are installed together during construction.
  12. @Babet Double check that your speaker wire polarity is correct, before trying to change anything. Make sure the positive and negative wires are attached to the proper terminals at the amp and the speakers. If one speaker is out of phase, that condition will reduce the bass response.
  13. Insulating your floor and interior walls with mineral wool (Roxul Saf-N-Sound for example) will reduce the sound outside the room and help the bass inside the listening room. Also, you should read up about techniques for using mass loaded vinyl or applying something like Green Glue and a second layer of sheetrock.
  14. Can you tell us about any audible differences?
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