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  1. I’d definitely snag the 20’s if you were close. I’d probably be interested if you would be willing to ship also Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Nice gear, I think you are spot on with pricing. Tempted to grab those KLF OEM tweeters Tim
  3. I’ll guess fifty years on the marriage! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Very nice, fair price, and trusted member. Good luck with your sale! I have four in similar shape that I’ve picked up from forum members. Wonderful speakers, even though mine are going to be odd men out. I just acquired a sixth pair of KLF and I’m running out of room. Tim Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. He won’t ship, I tried Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. teaman

    KSM-15 II

    I've chatted with him a couple of times, since I am fairly local. One speaker has issues, possibly the crossover...I can't be bothered trying to figure it out, so I passed
  7. Wishing everyone a wonderful holiday season. Fingers crossed that 2022 is better for all of us Tim
  8. Sorry John, I sold off all of my KG -4 parts and actual speakers in 2018
  9. I'm shocked these are still listed, I shared them here in the Alerts back on Nov 11
  10. teaman

    SOLD

    Man, those are badass speakers. Too bad they are nowhere near me
  11. If you are looking for multi channel amps, maybe you can find a Sherbourn PA-7/350 for sale. They offer 350 watts per channel for seven channels which should be plenty to drive any speaker. I own eight Sherbourn amps currently and they are built like tanks, and very reliable. if looking strictly for stereo, I currently run Emotiva XPA-1 monoblocks with 500 watts each into my KLF-30's. If you can find those you would be fine, however they are only single channel amps Tim
  12. They just listed more amps, CD players and powered monitors in case that interests anyone.
  13. Yeah, for whatever the reason, their feedback percentage is only going back one year. One negative in nine total doesn't look good. All time though, they have fantastic feedback.
  14. I've bought a dozen amps, DACs and CD players from them through their Ebay store, absolutely nothing wrong with buying through here. If you read the feedback, the only negative was that the address on file was not their current address, and they didn't receive their order because of that.
  15. jadedesign | eBay Stores Amps, Preamps, CD Players, etc
  16. Happy Thanksgiving everyone, hope you had a great day! Tim
  17. Klipsch La Scala industrial, Flat black with white trim | Justin's Boutique | Reverb Seems like a great deal for someone in Florida!..............not mine!
  18. Looks like the E-2 crossover to me
  19. I'm going to miss Roger dearly. Never met him in person although he had invited me over a couple of times. I've had wonderful conversations with this man, and really enjoyed the Messenger gifts he sent...I never knew what was coming and whether or not it was funny, sexy, or cringe worthy. I know he has had a heck of his battle on his hands since his accident and we only spoke a couple of times since. RIP my friend, you touched so many lives. I will always miss you. Tim
  20. Yeah, he's had these up for at least a month. I'm surprised they are still sitting
  21. I’ve got a buddy that lives local to you that might be interested in the single, but more than likely all three. He is logged on and trying to send you a PM…never mind he just got in. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  22. teaman

    Klipsch MTM

    Same seller has a lot of four Klipsch Industrial 1" x 6" badges. Klipsch Speaker Metal Badge Lot of 4 Used | eBay
  23. I'd never even heard of that auction site, and I watched the Belles and Quartets until they priced me out of it. I'm already pressed for floorspace in my house and really cannot accommodate Belles, La Scalas or KHorns. I'm pretty cheap too, and based on previous deals I don't have it in me to drop over $2k for speakers.
  24. teaman

    Home generators

    Back in the early 2000's the east coast was out of electricity for five days or something crazy. My sump pump never overflowed as luckily the week the power was out was pretty dry. This past week we had seven straight hours of storms and when I went down to look at everything in my finished basement around 12:30am all was dry. Went back down at 2:10 and there was already an inch and a half of water across the entire basement. I tried bailing it but the water was coming in faster than I could get it out. Luckily a friend rushed out at 3am with his portable genny and we started the sump pump around 5am. Even with that reaction and being right here with it caused a lot of water damage. Luckily the majority of my basement is tiled, but the baseboards and Pergo in the outer rooms were saturated. We put big industrial carpet fans down there immediately after we got the water sopped up and after a week I was still finding water. I really like the thought of going whole house, because in any event, if I am home or away that piece of mind with instant on and off with natural gas wired into my entire home 200A panel would take a load off. I'm still waiting on a dehumidifier because the dampness even after a week of fans is crazy, unfortunately every store was sold out of generators and dehumidifiers before the power even came back on. I think this post is pushing me in the direction of the whole house model though. Even being away for an afternoon with a sump pump out now would scare the hell out of me. Now, trying to find a local contractor that can do the work in a timely manner. Tim
  25. teaman

    Home generators

    I'm at the same crossroad. I just dealt with a flooded basement last week in Michigan after a 24 hour outage. Was considering a whole house Generac or Kohler since I am on natural gas with city water and sewer...but I've heard they are extremely pricey to have installed. I narrowed it down to a WEN 11000/8300, a Firman 10000/8000, and a Champion 11500/9200 portable generator if I do in fact go this route. I would love the capabilities of the whole house genny with automatic transfer switch if I can afford to do it...another problem is I have been debating selling my house and don't care to drop $10k plus to move on. I don't travel much so running extension cords, etc isn't a big deal if I am home. That stray thought of being in Florida or something and having a crisis up here scares the crap out of me. Any input is greatly appreciated. Thank you guys Tim
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