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314carpenter

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About 314carpenter

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  • Birthday 11/01/1973

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    Fall River, Wisconsin
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    All things that plug-in
  • My System
    Main system : Panasonic TC-P60ST60 plasma; Denon AVR-X6200W; Classe CAV-150; OPPO BDP-83; Monolith 10" sub; modified Klipsch Chorus II Fronts; modified Klipsch Forte II center; modified Klipsch Chorus II surrounds; modified Klipsch Academy rear heights; JBL L20T3 front heights; Mogami 10ga speaker cables, BJC LC-1 interconnects; custom gaming pc

    Secondary system Epson 5040UB projector on 92" Elite Screen; Denon X4400H; Monolith 7X; OPPO UDP-203; JBL 250Ti Fronts; JBL 240Ti Center; JBL 240Ti Surrounds; Mogami cables; DIY 703 acoustic panels

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  1. Thanks. I just started looking. I seen a couple of these around, but shipping was an issue for them. This one sounds good. I will give him a call and see if I can get some details.
  2. Still here. Pretty sure most people don't know what these are, or sound like.
  3. Chorus II are still there....I think.... I never contacted the seller.
  4. Send me a PM if you have you are willing to sell or know someone who is. Shipping is preferred. Original box and packaging is preferred. Original remote and Wifi dongle included is also preferred.
  5. Thanks for the link @Shiva When you build and work in large commercial buildings like I do, you are not going to have the luxury of wood studs. This goes for taller residential buildings, like high rise condos for instance. Steel studs and drywall everywhere. Wood backer is used for everything in the plans that will be mounted, but plans are always changing. And when they do, I personally have had the greatest success using the Toggler Snaptoggle. I called them zip toggles because they work like a cable zip tie. I have mounted the heaviest things you can imaging using these things. The more it weighs, the more anchors you use. I also really enjoy using the Zip-it style nylons versions for their ease of use. Can't miss. 😉
  6. I am looking for your help on this one. Please participate in anyway you feel fit. I am not looking for a battle, just friendly suggestions on how the current lineup could improve in the future. I choose question #1 to gauge interest potential in either the Cornwall IV or Chorus III I choose question #2 to allow those who would prefer to keep the Forte III an opportunity to participate. Knowing that a Chorus III cannot coexist with a Forte III we have to make a choice. Yes, the Forte III does currently exist with the Cornwall III. So vote accordingly. I choose question #3 to dig a touch deeper into the history of those who voted. You do not need to have experience with any of these speakers mentioned to vote. I choose to keep the poll open indefinitely, as there is no current known plans for either option in the topic title. I will leave my comments and opinions out until a later date once you folks have had an opportunity to participate in this thread. What are your preferred drivers on the Cornwall IV or Chorus III? Are you like me and think that the most logical upgrade path here would be the following... K-100-TI 1” (2.54cm) Titanium diaphragm compression driver on a K-79T horn K-70 1.75” (4.45cm) Titanium diaphragm compression driver on a K-703-M horn K-33-E 15” (38.1cm) Fiber-composite cone woofer in the Cornwall IV New design similar type woofer with the conversion for an acoustic suspension Chorus II with a KD-15 15” (38.1cm) Passive cone radiator Please add content as you wish, but please start your own thread if you want to try to pressure interest toward any other "NEW" speaker not listed in the topic. *Disclaimer* For those folks who are not aware the Cornwall IV and Chorus III do not exist. No known plans for production of them either. They are only a fictional thought of what those speakers could be. This thread intended to gauge potential interest only. I have not been directed by anyone to create this thread.*
  7. I got some more KLIPSCHHHHHH RP-160M going to be pulling front height duty for atmos/dts/auro3d content. I needed a replacement pair of bookshelves for this location when I discovered a bad driver in my old pair. I made a few calls, got a few leads for the RP-600M, but one look at Craigslist is all it took to get these guys. Funny story goes with this purchase. So I call phone number on the CL ad and the guy says come get em'. I say, I am going to the baseball stadium tonight to watch a game, so can you meet me somewhere to make the trip reasonable for me. 150 miles between us. He says sure and we set up to meet in a parking lot, where I drive to and wait. So this guy shows up, and he ends up being the same dude I just sold my Klipsch Academy speaker to two weeks ago in another parking lot location. He is like WTF are you doing here. I am also shocked, because we emailed on the first go around and neither of our phones made the contact familiarity apparent. I made sure to lock in the contact info this time. Thanks again if you ever read this David.
  8. you need to use an image resizer to edit your photo to get under the limit. You can try to crop as well.
  9. I agree. I even state something similar either in my add, or my response. Not getting my addy without some voice calls. Who I horse trade with is very important to me, and I am not afraid to bail-out. Recently I have resorted to making sales in parking lots to defeat some distance challanges. So far so good, but then I have not been the one holding the cash either. Google earth sat pics of given addresses also is very helpful. * disclaimer my statement is broad in aspect, and is not specific to anyone referred to, or participating within this thread.
  10. Pics, or it didn't happen. JK. Thanks for bailing me out. Glad it was you and not me. I needed them like a hole in my head. Seriously though, If you want to hang out on the forum, we would love your company. Welcome and congratulations.
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