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  1. I had to put it on hold for the moment. I haven't given up on the idea yet. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N920A using Tapatalk
  2. Thank you everyone for the responses! Looks like I have some more figuring out to do. I appreciate the honest answers and I may just have to buy something klipsch one day. This has been the most helpful forum. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
  3. I considered about that and I still am adding everything up. Thank you for not being condescending. I have looked locally and I haven't found anything for sale. Really I just want to build something and I choose this speaker as the one.
  4. I am sure I am going to be beaten down on this subject. I want to build a Cornwall cabinet and use lower end drivers and crossovers. Like Eminence or Dayton. I know it wont sound like the original. I know that I am on a Klipsch forum. There has got to be a way that a blue collar guy with blue collar wages and some basic speaker building skills can have a nice set of hand made speakers to sit back and enjoy. I have all the plans and step buy step photos of the clone build. Why cant I use a Dayton and find a 3 way crossover and horns that are near spec? I am no audiophile, I just like my tunes. I made a pair of MTM's last year. EH, they sound good but lack that big speaker look and feel I remember for when I was a child. I posted to forums then while I was building the cabs and I was torn to shreds because I wasnt following the rules. Well, my windows rattle and everything from Meddle, to Random Access Memories sounds crisp and clear. This was using Dayton drivers for the MTM and GRS for my subs. I will probably do it anyway but It would be appreciated if someone knew what would work together. I am unfamiliar with horns but I really want some. Please someone offer up some suggestions.
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