Jump to content
The Klipsch Audio Community

cincymat

Regulars
  • Content Count

    1390
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    6

cincymat last won the day on October 18 2018

cincymat had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

1984 Legendary

About cincymat

  • Rank
    Klipsch Irregular
  • Birthday 10/13/1956

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    SW Ohio
  • Interests
    Music, Motorcycles, Photography, and Klipsch speakers!
  • My System
    My 2 channel system
    Heresy III Chief Bonehead Signature Edition, , Decware Rachel SET amp, Conrad Johnson PV10B tube preamp, Emotiva DC-1 DAC, Mac based music server, Thorens TD-160 Super, SME 3009 II tonearm, Dynavector 10x5 cartridge

    My 5.1 Home Theater:
    Marantz NR-1604 for center and rear, Khorns front through Hypex nCore mono blocks, Ascend Sierra 2 center and rear channels. Rythmik F-15 subwoofer.

Recent Profile Visitors

4924 profile views
  1. Honey, I listed my Khorns for sale just like you told me to....
  2. It's a standard image format for iOs devices. Been around since 2017. Nothing nefarious going on here. to the OP's question. Are those motor starter style caps available? I think I read Bob C will rebuild using them. I had them in AA xovers in the La Scalas I bought from Matthews. Cincy
  3. Here’s the file. Wasn’t that hard to figure out how to open.... I'd call Bob Crites. Cincy
  4. It’s good you’re taking your time. I wish taken the opportunity to listen to various Klipsch speakers before buying my first pair. The La Scalas and Kilpschorns, imho, look as good as they sound. Both will fill a large room with sound while using very modest amounts of amplification. If you don’t have good corners, then the La Scalas with a sub woofer will make a fine system. I've gone both routes and went with Khorns as my permanent speakers. But I had to remove a gas fireplace from my family room to have two corners. La Scala room Khorns I’m sure someone near you would offer you an opportunity to listen to their systems. Cincy
  5. Well that's a different kind of issue. Just how high are you projecting the water to get? I hope you have flood insurance in addition to your named storm coverage. As long as whatever you are using for risers is solid and connected to the floor That will be fine. Good luck.
  6. Sump pump, install one. Too much cash invested to have water intrusion issues.
  7. You guys lost me at the flux capacitor! These babies must be Gigi-Watt rated.. Cincy
  8. Bob makes very good replica cross overs. You won’t be disappointed.
  9. Yeah, looking at them isn’t the point anyway.. IT'S HOW THEY SOUND! Listen, closely, to the advice you are receiving. Best of luck. Cincy
  10. Congrats on the new Khorns! Just put them directly on the floor and listen for a while. Then decide if raising them makes sense. Have fun! Cincy
  11. WTH? GLWS. and, no I’m not interested. Rich is a great guy to do business with. Insist on garage delivery. It's a steep climb up the stairs from his listening room! I am interested in what you’re doing next! Cincy
  12. Wow, don’t play it if you don’t love it!!! Cincy
  13. My wonderful wife got me this for Valentine's Day. First time out of it’s wrapper, tonight. sounding properly bluesy... cincy
  14. @Full Range BTW, my lovely wife and 3 of her friends arrived yesterday in Sydney on a cruise. Magnificent county you have!
×
×
  • Create New...