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  1. From the OP’s original post I’m not clear as to wether the test he refers to was a challenge to simply pick the “best sounding” system (which is totally subjective) or to show one could hear the difference between the two systems. And I’m not sure many of the posters here were clear either. That said, I’m a little surprised that someone hasn’t mentioned the Richard Clark $10,000 amp challenge. Very interesting reading. Here’s just one link that provides some good information. http://tom-morrow-land.com/tests/ampchall/index.htm I for one have never bought into all the baloney regarding differences between many of the high and low dollar electrical components many claim make an “astounding” difference in the final sound they hear from their speakers. 30+ years of working with electricity tells me that’s just what it is. Baloney. I’ll always put the bulk of my meager audio budget in my speaker purchases. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    Passive Radiator Grills

    Try simplyspeakers.com, then select speaker grills in the category list. These seem to be a pretty popular option and there are two types of fasteners to choose from. The biggest drawback is that using their attachment kits requires drilling holes around the perimeter of the passive. Which may or may not be a big deal to you. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    WTB: Klipsch RF-7 I's

    Do you check the ksl.com classifieds? It’s the Salt Lake/Utah version of Craigslist. You might get lucky and find a pair in the St. George or Cedar City area. You might even try posting a wanted ad on ksl. Good luck. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    Permanent wanted: CF-4 rev. 1 or other CF

    There's currently a pair of CF-1's in Salt Lake City on the ksl.com classifieds. KSL is a Salt Lake radio and TV station that hosts a nice classified section. It's the Craigslist of Utah. There are no pics but you could contact the seller through his ad and request pics. Good luck with your search. Chuck Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    WTB: Klipsch Quartets

    I want to cry when I read about the deals some of you (seemingly mostly in the east and mid-west) get on Klipsch Heritage models. And they seem to pop up all the time! But here in northern Utah heritage stuff is few and far between. I picked up a pair of Heresy's about a year ago for a decent price (not the $25 thrift store deals east coasters seem to routinely get) but I was lucky. I've been watching for a pair of Fortes for months without luck. Craigslist is rarely used around here. The classified section on ksl.com is the way to buy and sell in Utah. I even posted a Wanted ad without any responses. Maybe next time one of you guys happen to be driving the family to Disneyland you could drop off a pair of your "excess" thrift store Fortes at my place. ; ) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk