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    Hi there, I have very limited knowledge about this but the original owner had them since the late 60's. The factory is said to have burned down, so these were only built for a few years. Thanks.
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    Thank you klipsch community, this is no longer for sale
  3. Hi All, Life happens and my employment status has changed thus I am forced to sell my speakers. I am using this with 14 watts push pull tube amp with very satisfying results. The item is for local sale (but shipping can be discussed) and is located at Lombard, IL 60148. Upload to this site is up to 2mb only hence for more photo please refer to my CL listing here: https://chicago.craigslist.org/wcl/ele/d/klipsch-kg4-walnut/6304470944.html Selling $300 obo. Below are the specs:REQUENCY RESPONSE: 38Hz-20kHz(+-)3dBSENSITIVITY: 94dB @ 1watt/1meterPOWER HANDLING: 100 watts maximum continuous (500 watts peak)NOMINAL IMPEDANCE: 6 ohmsTWEETER: K-74-K 1″ (2.54cm) Phenolic dome compression driverHIGH FREQUENCY HORN: 90(o)x40(o) Exponential HornWOOFER: Two K-8-K 8″ (20.32cm) Poly ICG cone active / KD-12 12″ (30.48cm) Fiber-composite cone passiveENCLOSURE MATERIAL: Medium density fiberboard construction (MDF)ENCLOSURE TYPE: Bass reflex via passive radiatorDIMENSIONS: 24.25″ (61.6cm) x 15.75″ (40cm) x 10.75″ (27.3cm)WEIGHT: 40 lbs. (18.2kg)FINISHES: Walnut Oil
  4. I may have to take the offer but not after 2 weeks, I got relatives coming from Alberta
  5. Hear you there but where can I hear these KLF? I need to start auditioning, hope they come in walnut / cherry (just a fetish)
  6. Thanks, where can I audition these, if these are within budget I would like to hear them first?
  7. @USNRET and @teaman for klipsch speakers I think with the consideration of WAF I can only go as big as Cornwall which I auditioned and liked so much, looking to see what can my $2000 budget can stretch for?
  8. Just now I got curious on the RF7's, I will do some more research.
  9. Thanks Tim, forgive my construct, I was merely saying that most new speakers I like are way above my $2000 budget
  10. Haha, you probably are right.. during that time I was craving for more decibel but those KG4's are intended to be given away to my father in law, where they are now.
  11. Most of my gears are used, don't have budget for new ones that I liked
  12. From Chicago here, I am relatively new to this place / country though I agree that having numerous speaker has their advantages, hence I have small speaker for casual listening, medium speaker for non loud listening and big speakers for those moment I want to shout, sing or dance along with the music.
  13. Thanks, don't know if this beats my current speaker volume wise, what other advantage will this bring (I obviously haven't hear this yet)?
  14. 1) What electronics (source / amplification) are you using? Electronics: Main System: Eico HF-81 (strapped together for twice wattage) Second System: Marantz 2230 Third System: Arcam Delta Integrated Amp Speakers: Main: Klipsch KG4 Second: JVC UX7000 Third: Castle Clifton Source: Interchangeably Main: Thorens TD166 Second: MHDT Havana Third: Bluetooth Streaming via Logitech (using switchcraft interconnect) Others are mostly generic 2) What type music? Type of music from SKA to ROCK to JAZZ to Male / Female Vocals 3) Volume you require? about 100db when I'm in the mood 4) Do you have 2 good corners to place the speakers in? Don't have, please see attached photo of my listening area
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