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  1. One more very useful tool that I have used in the past when I needed line of sight for a roof mounted 700Mhz parabolic grid antenna to pick up LTE Cellular for home internet service. Whew, glad those days are over. 😨 http://www.antennasearch.com/
  2. SOLD https://www.avforums.com/review/denon-avr-x6200w-9-2-channel-av-receiver-review.12461 https://www.homecinemachoice.com/content/denon-avr-x6200w-review https://hdgear.highdefdigest.com/36214/denon_avrx6200w_review.html https://usa.denon.com/us/product/hometheater/receivers/avrx6200w MADE IN JAPAN not in Vietnam where Denon has moved to now. 2nd only to the flagship Denon X7200WA Has the front wide speaker placement as an option No issues. Everything is perfect. No dings or scratches. Purchased from Best Buy 2 years ago. MSRP $2199 SOLD
  3. Sounds about right. That is where Klipsch is at with their current pricing on some other products. I bet that was not 7.2.4 either, just front wall
  4. SOLD All original packaging and paperwork included. Even the white gloves! and black bag it comes inside of when you open the box for the first time! It is mint condition, so check the links for the best photos https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=24456 https://downloads.monoprice.com/files/manuals/24456_Manual_190121.pdf Review https://www.audioholics.com/subwoofer-reviews/monolith-10201d-12
  5. 314carpenter


    Still there. It is a little far of a drive for many.
  6. Here you go. Not affiliated. Posted these here because you do not want my mint Walnut pair in the other section. https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/hnp/ele/d/long-lake-klipsch-forte-ii-speakers/6977529708.html
  7. If you already own any of these, better to keep what you have. Money better spent on upgrading the front left, right and center channel speakers. If not....of these 2 speakers, RP-600M are better....unless you need wide dispersion. If you need that or not will depend on your room, seating, and speaker placement. Most cases use wide dispersion for side surround, not surround back. Also consider that wide dispersion in an otherwise acoustically untreated room may have significant disadvantages. Again, your specific situation is unknown, and therefore may vary (greatly).
  8. Location: Fall River, Wisconsin 53932 Price: SOLD Research and add your own shipping costs. CONUS only MSRP $3600 W/ CPI inflation factored in would be $5,471.62 today. This Class AB amplifier is designed with a very high bias offset. That provides appoximetly 20% of rated power (900W) to run in Class A before it switches to Class B. So you are getting about 30W/channel and 60W/channel bridged Class A power. Don't believe me? Look at the specs. The idle power is 225W. That is how Class A is designed. That is why some have described Classé as having a "Tube like sound". I think this is perfect for someone who appreciates the quality that Krell, Mark Levinson, Bryston can bring, and who are also not about to pay those prices. Classe brings alot of performance at a more reasonable price point. Classe has been favorably compared to Theta. May slot in just ahead of Aragon. Ahead of Parasound too. Definitely ahead of Emotiva, Outlaw, Monolith, Integra, Denon, Marantz http://www.bwgroupsupport.com/downloads/manuals/classe/CAV-150-OM.pdf http://bwgroupsupport.com/downloads/specsheets/classe/CAV-150 Brochure.pdf http://www.audioreview.com/product/amplification/amplifiers/classe/cav-150.html CAV-150 SPECIFICATIONS: Frequency Response: 20 Hz to 20 KHz +/- 0.1 dB Sensitivity: 1.2 Volt in for rated output Input Impedance: 75 Kohms (single ended) 16 Kohms (balanced) Output Impedance: 0.05 Ohm Gain: 29 dB S/N Ratio: More than 135 dB THD+N: 0.004% Maximum power and Channel configuration With 8 Ohms load Six (6) Channels 150 Watts x 6 Five (5) Channels 300 Watts x 1 (bridged) 150 Watts x 4 Four (4) Channels 300 Watts x 2 (bridged) 150 Watts x 2 Three (3) Channels 300 Watts x 3 (bridged) Power Consumption (idle): 225 Watts Power input: 110V 60Hz Dimensions: Dimensions: 6 3/4" H x 19" W x 21 1/2" D Net: 70 lbs.
  9. If you need a pair of Forte II, I have a pair for sale also in another thread here.
  10. I wish I could find some. I have a source for the granite I cut myself, but not the polishing stones. What can you tell me?
  11. The other pair of L20T3's are chained to the ceiling. I would've hung that pair you spied too, but I need a new driver. I felt the need to and did collect the entire series. L20T3 L40T3 L80T3 L100T3 L200T3 Been there done that now I am over it. I have 4 250Ti's now. You can see the L40T3's to the left. Super rare in oak. 1989 only.
  12. I agree with this statement so much it is worth repeating a third time. This is why I am a proponent for developing a Chorus III. Now I would like to hear thoughts on baffle diffraction and edge diffraction in a large box. My 30 year old JBL 250Ti solve those cabinet diffraction issues, are internaly braced and filled, and look good all at the same time. The only thing getting in the way of utilizing these well known solutions to well know issues, that I can come up with, is cost and profit margin.
  13. Thank you. I really appreciate that. It will be a while longer before I am done done. I have a small workspace, so I did not have enough room for all of the pieces to be finished all at once. Some of the trim on the rear, and decorative side pieces will be added on later. I have to go through the exact same finish process all over again. I think there are something like 11 or 12 coats of various products with curing and sanding in between each. Don't worry the rack will up and running first. I love what you did there. Tubing is great, feet are a nice touch, the dimensions are definitely custom. I know that maple butcherblock is not cheap either. I went through a lengthy process trying to match oak to walnut with the "Flexy" racks I built for my other system. I also needed something custom for integration across the front wall. Here is a pic to my other systems diy racks.
  14. I may be interested. Send me a PM when you get around to selling those.
  15. CEA2010 Measurements @2M RMS 12.5Hz 16Hz 20Hz 25Hz 31.5Hz 40Hz 50Hz 63Hz 80Hz 100Hz 125Hz 100.9 110.1 115.9 119.6 122.2 123.4 123.1 122.6 122.6 122.7 123.3
  16. Full Specs Model 38543 Woofer 2x15" cone Cone Material 2 layer long fiber pulp/glass fiber cone Voice Coil 60mm with high temperature aluminum wire and black anodized aluminum bobbin Surround FEA optimized NBR (nitrile budadiene rubber) Motor FEA optimized, 2 aluminum shorting rings, undercut T-pole focused field Magnet Ceramic Y35, 2 pcs total 216 oz. Xmax 25mm (one-way) Xmech 90mm (peak-to-peak) Enclosure Slot vented HDF cabinet with horizontal and vertical bracing Finish Black Ash Amplifier 2000Wrms Frequency Response 12-200Hz (Extended)16Hz-200Hz (THX) Harmonic Distortion <3% 20-100Hz (94dB @ 1m) Variable Level Control +15/-20dB Crossover Inline/Bypass variable 40-160Hz Inputs RCA (2), XLR Outputs XLR Signal Turn On Selectable always on/auto Auto Turn Off 30 minutes Dimensions (H x W x D)42.32" x 20.0" x 27.55" (1075 x 508 x 700 mm) Net Weight 215.6lbs (98KG) Gross Weight 248.6lbs (113KG)
  17. Well, there was this one project where I successfully accomplished isolating a high frequency laser for a manufacturer. By using a system involving heavy duty spring isolators, and a suspended monolithic slab of concrete weighing 120 tons, the laser was ultimately immune from any vibrations transmitted through the ground above 2Hz. Ultra low frequencies excite the materials around them, causing vibration. This vibration travels longitudinally. How far it travels depends on soil type and strength of the source. Likely your neighbor is hearing this vibration. By isolating the source, you are isolating the vibration, thereby reducing the strength of ultra low frequencies being transmitted to your neighbors foundation. These ultra low frequencies cannot be heard, but you can definitely feel them, and especially you can hear the china in the cabinet rattling. Hope this helps. Good luck Oh, and OMG what a subwoofer stack!😲 What amps are you using?\ I just purchased 2 Monoprice Monolith 12" THX Ultra subwoofers. They are sitting on SVS SoundPath Subwoofer Isolation feet. Basically my room is on top of a concrete slab. Never even plugged them in yet. We will soon find out what my neighbors thoughts are. hehehehe
  18. Google IsoAcoustics Custom Configurable Modular Series Acoustic Isolation Stands
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