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  1. haydukej

    Tragic

    I am saddened for the historical loss. As for donations, there's far better and needier causes to be focused on. The Catholic Church is definitely one of the wealthiest organizations from anywhere between $15-30 billion net worth. That, ontop of whatever insurance will provide, should have any and all restorative plans covered.
  2. Well it does say OBO . Maybe it's one of those situations where the party said "I'll try and sell them"
  3. That's correct assuming you have a stock setup.
  4. In the process of upgrading my heresys. Is there a general preferred way of attaching the egg-crate inside the cabs?
  5. haydukej

    What I Got Today!

    Now i just need a 402MEH and some xover setup help
  6. Thank you for the prompt and informative reply Dean!
  7. Looking at a used 16ohm BMS4592ND. Readouts equal 8.9 & 6.8 on the multimeter. I'm assuming that means it's been abused a bit...and need new diaphragms? Should it be passed on purchasing? Thanks!
  8. Not mine in anyway, but did I say they were "custom" pending reserve. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Custom-Klipschorn-K-horn-Pair-of-Speakers/273764478180?hash=item3fbda26ce4:g:kbcAAOSwfHBcjSCq&frcectupt=true The rear pictures appear that they still utilized the K400/01 factory horn, but perhaps veneered the interior. I'm a layman , but that potentially affects the performance, yes?
  9. I believe this is the first posting of this, if not sorry for the duplicate. The @Chief bonehead speaks on the new AK6! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZ-MX2-3OeE
  10. haydukej

    Mom

    Condolences to you and the family.
  11. Here's some of the waveguide information from PE to help: The PRV Audio WG16-25-B 45° x 45° elliptical tractrix horn loads 2/3-bolt 1" compression drivers down to 1,400 Hz with an extended frequency response that reaches all the way up to 20,000 Hz. The narrower vertical beamwidth is useful for minimizing floor and ceiling bounce. Smooth ABS construction. Good deal if the driver is what one is looking for. GLWS
  12. Looks to be on the side of the main picture...$275?
  13. If I had to guess, I'd go for tigerwood. Beautiful whatever it is.
  14. Can anyone put me in touch with @colterphoto1? Seems he's been on walkabout since Oct. Having my coffee right now, so I deem this appropriate for this thread. Thanks!
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