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About juniper

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    Altec Model 19's with custom xovers, Altec 604 8gs and H's, Tony Hams personal set of jub clones, Klipsch k 402's. EV DX38, B&K Jub xovers,Pilot sa260, sp210, Yamaha px3, Yamaha t85 tuner,yamaha mx 1000u, HK 7600II, mogami cables....

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  1. Tom, you have always been a wealth of knowledge and I thank you! Those are most likely the best version.....without the the P drivers.... i wouldnt flinch at 1300 plus shipping....but i have a bias i have a pair and have heard alot of good systems, the 402 dialed in is simply just amazing......
  2. I have had 2 pairs of Cornwalls and have heard Heresys, I liked the Cornwalls better, but i would find some Altec 604s with your price in mind.
  3. Maynard thanks for the advice, once again! YOU ARE THE BEST!!!!! I wish i had just sent my amp too you........Atma-sphere tech did a great job, but 2k was a little steep....it still sounds glorious, what a great amp with the SA-210....Best amps i have heard in my space.... i have had few..... Maynard, Thanks again!!!
  4. Kevinmi, i will put some up tonight or Tom..... good idea! Thanks!
  5. A mouse relieved itself on my Pilot SA 260 amp and it now has black tarnish marks on top of the chassis, any ideas on how to repair this? this and its console compliment cost more then some cars in the late 50's ... I hate to have damaged a great thing, it was in almost mint condition Any advice would be great...
  6. On point again, great for you Carl!
  7. That was interesting,,,,,,,, i feel sick when i see trucks, there is rarely anything in them.... lets just poison the earth, extract what we don"t need, and disrupt all living things..
  8. I never thought I would ever again see a K-402 on top of an Altec Model 19, I did it a few years ago, very cool!!! Once I got jube type bass bins, the Model 19s were sold very quickly. Thanks again to all, Jubilees are just incredible.
  9. i cant believe no one has bought these or traded for them, i think the new price is 1750 a piece and the crossovers are around 400. At the high end show in Munich, Jean Hiraga put this type of speaker in a cabinet and many said that they were the best in the show, he was only charging 38k for them against speakers costing much much more. Bump for one of the most interesting speaker designs ever.....
  10. So sorry to hear this, prayers sent....
  11. I have heard a system that was clearly above mine, more musical although less accurate. You can put bad recordings on it and it is still sounds great. One of our esteemed members heard this system and said his tricked out khorns sounded like an AM radio.... I wouldnt trade my Jubs for this crazy system we both heard, unless i wanted to make a big profit. Once you have heard Jubs and great recordings they are hard to beat! Our member just upgraded his system in the last 6 years with some oris horns and bms drivers and it sounds great now... Jubs are just clearer to may ears then Khorns, have much more presence, balance, image better, and can control a large or even a small space....
  12. Many of the early speaker makers could do this, Altec being one..... If you have rubber surrounds on your speakers.... you wont be able to find the parts at some point, and they rot in about a decade and a half and degrade sooner then that.....Klipsch are great though, not bashing, just a little truth,,,,,,
  13. Why go there, you already are living in a banana republic....
  14. juniper

    Chili and Klipsch

    just made this type of chili for my boy, it was good.... three types of dried chiles soaked boiled and pulverized, one poblano, a jalapeno, 2 minced onions, 5 cloves of garlic, paprika, smoked chilli powder, cumin, sugar, brown and white, apple cider vinegar, and ground sirlion and chuck, nice flavors......need to add some mesa! Thanks for the idea, i make many types of chili, this one is a keeper.....
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