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hogwylde09

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About hogwylde09

  • Birthday 05/27/1956

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Southeast Texas
  • Interests
    Music, Guitar player, Tube Amps, Gibson, Fender, Marshall, Vox, 3 Monkeys amps, Harley Davidson motorcycles.
  • My System
    Main system 1967 McIntosh MC-75 mono blocks, C-20 (late production) preamp, MR-66 Tuner, 1987 Klipsch Belle's modded Dyna ST-70 Epic CF4's Peachtree Audio iDac Oppo BDP-103d Darbee Realistic Lab 400/Pickering XLV 7500 one of AK Redboy built Altec 15095 SUT
    Bedroom system modded Dyna ST-70 Heathkit SP-2 Klipsch Epic CF-3's (formerly avtxguy) Klipsch Legend KLF-30's 2nd Realistic Lab 400 Sure M91 Pioneer dvd/cd Sansui 717 tuner
    Misc stuff Klipsch Kg 5.5's Kg 3's Marantz PM 74-D Onkyo M5060 Aric Audio Unlimited preamp Melos

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  1. At least OD3 are still cheap…
  2. No affiliation https://www.facebook.com/share/NaobRzgnrSA33bEY/?mibextid=79PoIi
  3. Happy with my Yamamoto A-08S
  4. @seti learn something new, or maybe it’s remembering something once again! Somewhere in the back of my mind I believe I had heard of the rare Klipsch cartridge or ran across it, vinyl engine? Seriously though. First I’ve seen on the SUT. Thanks for sharing. Wonder what transformers are used? I’d love to find the MZC-7. The 2 has bass in spades. Everyone has different tastes with turntable cartridge’s. The Pickering XLZ-7500 may have the edge in upper frequencies, but not bass slam. Had a visit from a friend yesterday, sold audio as a career before retirement. The store sold Klipsch. He told me he had 2 that he could remember, the MZC-7. One he had sold to his BIL. The other one on that auction site.
  5. Woke? millennial? There’s the fake news. Being the Klipsch fanatic I’ve become, there’s some competition among. Just acquired the vintage Altec , foreground in the pic. And Jubilee. Yes awesome. For high power SS, DSP and the complexity. I’m about KISS. MC75’s, 30’s and plenty vintage smaller wattage tube amps. Fisher, HH Scott. I can make do with high efficiency Heritage, Epic & Legend. A Yamamoto A-08S 45 SET 2 watt & CF4 blows some minds. It’s the first watt that counts.
  6. Yes, thanks for correcting my second blurb @jjptkdKV-4
  7. Correction the beloved center is the hard to track down CV-4
  8. With all my vintage Klipsch. Let’s go Starting with my rating system. 1 Klipschorns (80’s) consecutive #’s WO 2 Belles (80’s) consecutive WO 3 CF4’s v3 (yeah I know) few # apart Cherry 4 CF3’s v3 (^^^^^^^^^^^^) consecutive upgraded by avguytx Med Oak 5 KLF30’s consecutive light oak 6 1962 Cornwall pair (not mirrored) who cares? Sound great to me! WO? 7 Forte 2 consecutive (square crossover inset) 1990 WO 8 Heresy pair HWO consecutive (W) yr? 9 kg. 3.2 Oak CLR 10 my beloved CF-7 center black 11 front L/R unknown Klipsch on wall brackets. the only Klipsch I’ve sold were the kg. 5.5 (Cherry) And have given at least 2 pair kg. 2.5 to f&f And so you must be wondering where the bus leaves the greasy spot? pics should tale the tale BOSE!!!
  9. Picked up a rather sweet Thorens TD-125. SME 3009 MKIII arm, vintage AT 6006 safety raiser. And an added nice surprise. Mounted on the headshell is a Klipsch MCZ-2. Nail must still be sharp, because it tracks like a dream. Right under a gram 3/4. With (Redboy) Nate’s Altec 4722 SUT. I’m highly impressed.
  10. No affiliation. Look to be good shape too!https://www.ebay.com/itm/334370042317?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-127632-2357-0&ssspo=WFl17iZwToe&sssrc=2349624&ssuid=HuHOjyOXR3u&var=&widget_ver=artemis&media=MORE
  11. DIY driver board? Are is it commercially available?
  12. Not sure if the red rocker Sammy Hagar still has the female Native American bassist while on the subject. Bass players shouldn’t use picks though. Also Joann Shaw Taylor can sling a six string guitar as well. Just wish her sound engineer could cut back on the db levels somewhere in the mix. Always a bit too “hot” resulting in audible distortion.
  13. Hung on to those!
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