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  1. Finally have those photos available. Quality is unmistakable. Unfortunately the price has risen. https://chicago.craigslist.org/nch/ele/d/milwaukee-museum-quality-klipsch-h700/6901141999.html
  2. The Brilliant 4Ke Home Theater Projector Delivering Pro-Level Performance. Get exceptional, color-rich performance and immersive images with the Home Cinema 5040UB. Epson® PRO-UHD™ 3LCD home theater projectors deliver a groundbreaking combination of color, contrast and resolution for the ultimate entertainment experience. Every detail comes alive with 4K Enhancement Technology1, which accepts 4K UHD content and upscales non-4K content. An advanced, 3-Chip, 3LCD design means no color wheel, white segment or rainbow effect. With HDR102 and L*a*b* Ultra Wide Color Gamut, movies look extraordinary. Plus, get 100% Balanced Color Brightness, with 2,500 lumens equal color/white brightness4, and an UltraBlack™ contrast ratio up to 1,000,000:1. Projection System: Epson 3LCD, 3-chip optical engine Native Resolution: 1080p (1920 x 1080) with 4K enhancement1 Color Brightness: 2500 lumens4 White Brightness: 2500 lumens4 Will be packed with everything in its original packaging, and will include everything that would normally come with a brand new one. The projector is on its first bulb, and has 896 hours on it. This was purchased as a new in the box item. It has never had any problem, never had any repair, never had any issue, never any dust blobs, never replaced, never refurbished. Panels are are fine, lens is fine, power supply is fine, etc. Comes pre-loaded with 10 memory slots of custom calibrated settings for HDR/SDR thanks to the owners threads finest. Has the latest firmware installed. SOLD Fall River, WI 53932
  3. $#!T or get off the pot. JK. IMHO, If you have the proper space to place them, preferably near a wall, I can't think of another speaker for that kind of money that can do better. Worst case... buy them, try them, sell them.
  4. https://hometheaterreview.com/krell-theater-7-seven-channel-amplifier-reviewed/ At $7,500 retail, the Theater 7 is Krell's entry level seven channel amplifier. Total output is rated at 120 Watts per channel RMS into 8Ω with two channels driven and 105 Watts per channel RMS into 8Ω with all seven channels driven. With 4Ω loads, those numbers go up to 210 and 140 Watts, respectively. Sorry, I thought you were looking for something with some age on it. I Will be waiting for your official review.
  5. Funny you suggested that. I posted something very similar in PM.
  6. Thank you all for your thoughts and prayers. To keep you all updated, I regretfully have to inform you that my sister Amanda has passed away, and we have just put her to rest Saturday. Her final days were spent at a hospice care center that would remind of of a place that you would see on a Hollywood Rehab television series. Like a nature preserve with double patio doors in the room so we could wheel her bed outdoors to look out over the large pond. Our funeral service was the best I ever attended. Thankfully my sister is now more perfect than she ever was in this life. Her lifelong physical and mental challenges are now for the first time over, and Peace and Happiness are with her finally. Please be well all of you who are struggling. Please give us some updates to how you and your family are doing. @mr clean @T2K @joessportster @polizzio
  7. The added gear makes this a killer scroe.
  8. Glad 2 forum members got together to make it happen. Hope you ankle heals as quickly as you found these speakers.
  9. I personally recommend the seller. I like your pricing the way it is David! Also thanks for the in-house discount. Quartets are so underrated. Oh well, as you know, we all MUST move up the Klipsch ladder. Good luck. Chris
  10. Thats what I did, give or take $. 18 months for mine. At least one more person is off the list. Move forward one space.
  11. I personally recommend the seller. David, I like your pricing now! Agreed, give the forum guys a break, otherwise I think your good. I remember when I sold my quartets in 24 hours once I put them on the auction site. Got $675 net. That guy drove 350 one way miles to get them (Michigan-Wisconsin). Good luck with your sale. Chris
  12. Ad now says $1600, so I guess Memorial Day Sale.
  13. I would have drove the 400 miles for this pair myself, but I am late as usual. Not a problem though. I just sold a black pair for $800 and I now own a walnut pair so I am good anyway.
  14. I heard one, for about 12 minutes at Axpona. I thought they were a bargain compared to the other over the top esoteric gear I listened to while I was there. I am not a tube guy. I have nothing to compare them to. Just always liked Bob Carver and what he has done for the audio world. I thought they sounded great. Sort of hard to compare when they were running on 7 foot tall ribbon array speakers. I never touched them. No idea on the temps. Around here https://jimclarkstereo.com/ is the place to contact.
  15. It is the same CL seller that lists everything at double price. He must sell this stuff eventually (up to a year), he always has new adds up. Probably takes best offer and runs out for more stock. I don't think he is in it to make friends. This is the rest of his stuff he has listed. Not currently overpriced on some items, but those items have been for sale for over 1 year, so I think some of the stuff may not work properly. https://milwaukee.craigslist.org/search/ele?query=Scammers+and+lowballers
  16. @mr clean I know you pain very well. My sister Amanda who is only 39 years of age has been battling a very rare and aggressive form of brain tumor. It started benign. 4 brain surgeries and radiation twice. The doctors told her that was all that could be done. The tumor became malignant. 2 months ago, my sister fell and hit her head. The tumor responded with a vengeance. 3 weeks ago she fell and and hit her head a second time. The doctors signed off. Gave her 3 to 6 months. The decline in health was very rapid. She moved from 2 nursing homes, into a hospice care. Her life is coming to and end. I was just informed tonight that she stopped eating and drinking today because of not being able to swallow without choking now. This will be her last weekend on earth. I am not prepared for this. She won't even end up with one month from when the doctors signed off. Can someone please pray for my sister Amanda?
  17. here you go. http://www.cyberquipment.com/cornwall.php
  18. Yeah, the horizontal forte II worked for me for a while too. My room is sort of long, narrow, and tall so the orientation of the horn worked in my situation. I was afraid with the OP having a low ceiling the horn orientation may be more of a challenge. So @dtel it sounds like you now have FIII mains and 4 FII's running in a 6 channel setup? If so, my theater room is setup that way, only I use JBL's in that room, but is similar in how I have (2) 250Ti mains and (4) 240Ti's for the remainder of the 6 channels. My living room is now set up with 5 Chorus II's. I solved the problem of the center channel by building my own audio racks which allow for the proper placement of the Chorus II center speaker. Let me know if you like my audio racks. If you ever feel a need for a change in audio furniture I could provide details on the build. https://community.klipsch.com/index.php?/topic/183486-klipsch-chorus-ii-walnut-oil-1100-fox-river-grove-il/page/2/&tab=comments#comment-2380423
  19. What about a vertical Cornwall turned on its side? Never tried that myself, but in theory it may work in your situation. Worth a search in the old threads here. Not sure how well the blend would be with Forte III mains though. May need to modify some of the internals of the vertical Cornwall to suit. I think one orphan vertical Cornwall just sold in Milwaukee for $500.
  20. Welcome to the forum @Shawnnn . Congratulations on your sale of those really nice KG4's. Nice upgade too😉 New members are limited to one post a day, but get past that and you will find a wealth of knowledge and experience here. Help may come in the form of modifications, equipment choices, set-up, or just good cheer. You get the idea, you have seen the treads and read the posts. Hope we see you around.
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