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About jjptkd

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  1. audyn cap plus question

    A quick search on google images comes up with a few caps that appear to have the "sticker" around them, even the partsexpress photo of that exact cap appears to have a sticker on it. Can you post a picture of what you have for comparison?
  2. Fair price for Cornwall Pro Series?

    Woofer is k-44 e according to the spec sheet: CP-1 Pro.pdf
  3. What would do...

    Go for the Jubilees!
  4. Forte III

    The 64 II or the RC-7 are probably the best options for a center IMO, the 64 II seemed to have a little bit higher resolution than the 7 but the 7 is a bit "meatier" sounding with better bass response. I liked both but ultimately stuck with the 7 myself but can't go wrong either way.
  5. The ki-215 cabinets are the same as the ki-362, my plan is to make a cut out to fill the top woofer hole same as in the 362:
  6. I have one so far but there's currently 3 available on eBay right now, if these sell in time I may just buy 2 of them that match we'll see, thanks.
  7. Pm sent. Yes, keeping the cabinets for basically a custom ki-362 build with A-55g / CF-4 horn and Chorus II crossovers and tweeters. If I can't sell the woofers I may use two of them and change my plans to use my HIE crossovers and the CT-120 tweeters since the HIE crossovers are set up for 8 ohm woofers. I've been on the fence as to which way I should go since I have parts to do it either way now so going to see if these sell or not as it would make my decision that much easier.
  8. These are basically brand new. I have no use for at least 2 of them and if I can get a decent price I'd sell all four. Price is negotiable, here's the eBay link: https://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Other-Klipsch-k-45-kt-Pro-Woofer-15-8-ohms-4-Available-ki-kp-st-ep-Sub/322942829318?hash=item4b30e48306:g:OXMAAOSw0wRaNW2O Jesse
  9. Fair price for Cornwall Pro Series?

    I believe the specs I seen said k-44 for the woofer I'll try and find the info
  10. My KLF 30 rebuild with pictures.

    "When Poyfill is added to your enclosure, the airspring within the box begins an isothermal process. When the air passes through the Polyfill it is scattered and dissipated by the fibers, causing the air to be less dense. The speaker then interacts with the enclosure as if it is larger than it really is, changing the sound." http://knowledge.sonicelectronix.com/car-audio-and-video/accessories-and-installation/what-is-polyfill/
  11. Buyer Beware

    Useful information if one plans on buying from them I guess. Why post it here? They are after-market "Klipsch" parts right?
  12. KP-250 built before 2000

    They appear to be the same thing driver wise have you compared the crossovers? Klipsch made an HIP-2 that was the early version of the kp-250 in the early '80's I believe.
  13. Fair price for Cornwall Pro Series?

    The seller started out around $4500 I believe, he's been trying to sell these for months now. They do seem to be very rare, I've only ever seen one other pair for sale over the years but haven't really been looking either though. The CP-1 appear to be a "pro" Cornwall II and other than being not that common don't really see why they should sell for more than a standard Cornwall II. At his asking price (or less) there are some really good options for brand new speakers (as mentioned above) both home and pro versions. There's a guy on eBay now with KI-362's brand new for $1000 each, these are basically "pro" Chorus II's from what I can tell: https://www.ebay.com/itm/KLIPSCH-KI-362B-SPEAKER/322539241324?hash=item4b18d63f6c:g:TcsAAOSwK6RZMHdc
  14. WTB forte ll crossover.

    This guy on eBay claims to have brand new ones, listing says he has 6 left maybe you could get him to sell you a single? https://www.ebay.com/itm/1-Pair-Total-of-2-of-Klipsch-Forte-II-Crossovers-LOOK-READ/162793760429?hash=item25e743a6ad:g:LlsAAOSwrfVZXXo6
  15. Change the midhorn n driver and crossover (not sure the differences in crossovers, could look at the schematics?) and you'll essentially have the original 250's. The tweeter is basically the same in both models only the II uses the tractrix horn like in the new Heresy III. I've had a few sets of both models and honestly preferred the II's by a large margin for home use, thought the mids on the originals were way too shouty and the tweeter is dialed down so far you can hardly hear it.