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Shaun K

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About Shaun K

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  • Birthday 12/31/1974

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    Minnesorta
  • My System
    Living Room: Onkyo TX-RZ620, RF3-II, RC3-II, Dayton 12" Sub
    Basement Theater (work in progress): Onkyo TX-SR806, Epic CF-3, KLF-C7, KG 4.5, SVS PC-2000 sub
    Basement 2.1: Marantz AV-7005, Outlaw 2200 monos, Chorus I (à la Matthews), SVS CS-Ultra w/Dayton SA-1000
    His Office: Macbook Pro, Teac NP-H750, Heresy I, Crites CS-1 (eventually)
    Her Office: Macbook Pro, Klipsch The Sixes, U-Turn Orbit Plus

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  1. Shaun K

    CF3's in Minnesota, Nice Price Too.

    Hah, I see what you did there My current plan is to use the black CF3's as my mains, and either a single oak CF3 as a center or both of them as rears (in which case I'd use the KLF-C7 as the center). My concern with using them in the rear is that the couches will block a good chunk of the output due to the MTM layout. I'm probably better off using the C7 as the center and those KG4.5's for the rears. That gives me an excuse to use the oak CF3's in my office Oh and the speakers behind them are the Chorus I's from @Matthews. I need to find a place for those too, but I haven't even finished unpacking so that might be a while.
  2. Shaun K

    CF3's in Minnesota, Nice Price Too.

    Nope, I've only had them downstairs for a couple days now. I think the whole room is shifting 90 degrees anyway, so it will be a while before I get anything dialed in.
  3. Shaun K

    CF3's in Minnesota, Nice Price Too.

    I fed them after midnight and ended up with 2 more::
  4. Shaun K

    CF3's in Minnesota, Nice Price Too.

    The ports are 2.5" deep. I'm not up on the versions but I believe these are v3 according to @mimalmo who looked at them yesterday. Thank you, I'm excited to get them set up :). I had CF2's for years, sold them in 2016 but I regret it. These will more than make up for that. Thanks! These are keepers for sure
  5. Shaun K

    CF3's in Minnesota, Nice Price Too.

    Picked them up tonight! Now I just need someone to help me get them out of the truck...
  6. Shaun K

    CF3's in Minnesota, Nice Price Too.

    A couple of us have been in contact. I was supposed to head over today but he just told me he can't meet now. I fear I've lost them to someone else.
  7. Shaun K

    Klipschorns, Belles, and Cornwalls in Vegas

    My dad has lived in that area for 20 years. Doesn't seem terribly bad to me, but I didn't check out every street either. I was in LV for 2 weeks back in November, and I checked CL daily for good deals but nothing like these came up. Not that they're good deals necessarily, but there was just nothing interesting for sale while I was out there.
  8. Shaun K

    Peavey CH1 biradial horns - SOLD

    Thanks Moray, I look forward to getting my hands on them this summer. Now I need to decide on some drivers and bass bins
  9. Shaun K

    KLIPSCH PRO CINEMA 3 KPT-904 - (***SOLD***)

    looks like I picked a bad time to be out of town .
  10. Shaun K

    KLF-30 near Grand Rapids MI

    Upper Peninsula. You mentioned finding something in Michigan but west of Lake Michigan, so the UP came to mind.
  11. Shaun K

    KLF-30 near Grand Rapids MI

    Hoping to find something on the UP?
  12. Shaun K

    Peavey CH1 biradial horns - SOLD

    I'm pretty sure he owes me a favor or two, so I don't think he'd have a problem picking them up. He lives in Langdon and works in Calgary, not sure which one might be closer to you. If the UPS thing falls through for the other guy let me know, thanks.
  13. Shaun K

    Peavey CH1 biradial horns - SOLD

    I'd be interested in these. My brother-in-law lives in Calgary, he could probably pick them up if I bribe him. I see him in Winnipeg about once a year so I'd be able to transport them back home to Minnesota soon.
  14. Shaun K

    How you cooking your bird for Thanksgiving

    I brine mine for about 24 hours. I just leave it in the garage since it's cold enough up here in the frozen north...stays at around 36-40 inside the bucket. Good thing I didn't have to brine it a few days ago when it was 3 degrees outside.
  15. Shaun K

    How you cooking your bird for Thanksgiving

    I've been using the AMNPS 5x8 for about 6 years now. Mostly used it for cold smoking home-cured bacon but I have also done a lot of cheese, which turns out great. As for my turkey, I used to smoke them but I was never happy with the flavor so about 8 years ago I began brining them for 24-48 hours, then leaving them in the fridge overnight to dry out on a platter. I rub fresh herbs and butter under the skin and cook it at 400F using this method, which only takes 2 hours or even less if it's smaller: https://lifehacker.com/5860136/this-is-how-you-should-cook-your-turkey-next-thursday-or-you-could-waste-hours-of-your-life Roast turkey for 45 minutes. Remove pan from oven; baste turkey with juices from pan. Using 2 large wads of paper towels, turn turkey wing side up. If liquid in pan has totally evaporated, add another 1/2 cup water. Return turkey to oven and roast for 15 minutes. Remove turkey from oven again, baste, and rotate so that other wing side is up; roast for another 15 minutes. Remove turkey from oven again, baste, and turn it breast side up; roast until breast registers 160 degrees and thighs register 175 degrees, 30 to 45 minutes.
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