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  1. The best I can describe, is - Very Solid, Extremely Nice, Thoroughly Wonderful. 5 & 3/16" thick - 35 & 1/4" wing length - 41 & 1/2" tall - Note - they cover the back of the lower woofer enclosure, not the top hat area, and they extend about as far out on the sides, as a Jubilee I picked them up a couple of year's ago from a forum member here... They look to be built on the Principle of PWK's design given Dope from Hope - Vol 15 No 5 I'd estimate a build date from around 10 to 15 year's ago, nevertheless, a very fine carpenter with excellent woodworking skills, with an attention to perfect measurements. I have added felt sliders underneath, whereas I used them over the wood floor in my Den. Feel Free to ask any questions
  2. Thanks for the good comments... Since they fit a Klipschorn perfectly, that they should work equally nice on a Cornwall / ESS Set-up, of course, utilizing an industrial tripod to further experiment with the backwave of Heils Air Motion Transformer....
  3. Gone ! - But, Keep on Rockin' in the Free World Free for You to Pickup, in Garland TX, A Pair of Nice Walnut False Corners, if you're in the DFW area - Not interested in holding, or shipping, and any other excitement Just off work today, (Tuesday April 7th, 2020) and these are in the Garage - Giving back to the Community, like the coolness of the way I received them. Easy Pickup, close to LBJ and NW Hwy. Free. Please message with any slight interest's - such as any of the Imaginary FYI's below. FAQ's: How long will you hold them ? - Thursday the 9th Will you deliver, we don't have a truck ? - Yes, I have a truck, would be glad to get out of the house, safely, within a 25 mile radius of Garland, but the delivery ends at your curb. How easy are these to pickup ? - Well, being about 65 lb's a piece, They work great with a 2 wheeler. Where are you located ? In Garland Texas, which is the Northeast section of Dallas County, about a half mile from the freeway, with a paved alley behind my townhome. What's on the inside of those fine looking Klipschorn False Corners ? - Where were stuffed with hundred dollar bills lol. Take it Easy, Mike
  4. ... o O (coffee is the first thing in the morning... regardless )
  5. Thanks ! ... o O (that reminds me) - I need to put my 10 gauge jumper cable's in the back of my pick-up, because I have no idea how old the battery is, in my 15 yr old Tacoma that I bought used last year....
  6. ... o O (only experience here, has been classic cars' interiors' reupholstered..) which, furthermore, approaches about half of what the old car was worth... The red chair above, seems to present an inherently hard process of just getting out of the thing.... and if you've never had an electric recliner, I'd recommend getting a $200 recliner from Walmart with the electric option, for a trial test, for which you can sell off rather quickly on craigslist afterwards.... So, in conclusion, I present the ultimate reupholstered retail option, ... o O (Patio Cushions) - whereas, you just toss it out, and get another one next year....
  7. @Dave A - can you display a picture of your HF crossover board ?
  8. Hello, I don't have the 904, but that won't stop my keyboard from spinning "the wheel of thought"... with one question, that being, "Ground", of which the "crackle" seems to unfold, more related to location perhaps, since I'm sure there is no dust or loose nuts and bolt's within the confines...
  9. In response to the topic in the Lounge entitled --> "If a book was written about you and your life ( , ) what would the title be" ---> I would encompass correct English thought's using comma's, opening with the dire philosophy relating to the origins within an orbiting sphere, perpetuating evolution, and beginning with a subtle, yet profound analogy, simply stated as - "the Worm Farm", (underlined), naturally, which would be on the cover, and utilizing the rest of the space, on the cover, would compound the thoughts, as page one, instantly creating an interesting, unfounded curiosity, continuing with each following thought, with 1/2" margins, in 12 point font, to curtail the use of the entire hard cover, continuing with each subsequent following page, forgoing the credits, and chapter number identifiers, and printing company nomenclatures', on heavy "coffee table book paper", in black and white format, foregoing color, measuring a mere 5 1/2" x 8" folded in half, front and back, and proceed with a grand total of 8 readable page's, bounded with 4 staples, further utilizing the back cover, to encompass the closing thoughts, in tune with the concept, of the beginning and the end, with all the question's answered, pertaining, to the why's, how's, when's, where's, what's, and if not, then nevertheless and whatever's, and more universal credence's, peace, time, tunes, visions, and women... and motorcycles, and hot rod's with loud mufflers, with the final end of the eight page title, warning... (to be con't)
  10. ,,, o O (can your car fit two "washing machine sized cabinets" in the back...)
  11. https://youtu.be/1SE0t2cS65A Merry Christmas for 38 seconds
  12. ... o O (until this...) - - - > winner = windashine !
  13. .... o O (did this have anything to do with the cable pulley project related to the garage door opener ???)
  14. ... o O (Cover's all task's) 1. Autumn Leaves blowing in the garage 2. Household floors, including bathroom, under the computer desk, kitchen, tile entry hallway, and the occasional popcorn accident... 3. Entry sidewalk
  15. Well ??? ... o O 1️⃣ (pouring hot coffee into a shot glass from 3 feet in the air) vs. 2️⃣ (forgetting to put the pot into the coffee maker) favor's 3️⃣ (dtel's fall cruise into the gulf of Mexico)
  16. ... o O ( minus 3 penalty points...) must include a description of coffee, perhaps a mixed drink, or large cable's, not including hanging speakers with aforementioned items....
  17. ... o O (I see 3 pallet's !... surely you've removed the stretch wrap whereas our next project is waiting to take center stage with a picture)
  18. ... o O ( twice tree fiddy = a reduction of $700)
  19. Michelin Defender's are great tires, no doubt,... alignments are worthwhile, replacement bushings are essential, alloy rim's are great if you have the offset ratio's, door sticker recommendations help alleviate speeding tickets - new things need new fixin's...
  20. Sorry I didn't comment earlier, before it was too late.... 80K is a fine estimate for rolling down the road.... like a crisp skateboard wheel... I thought about this tire thread today, but since it started yesterday, my free research is limited to previous tire purchases, which evolved from $15 used tire's on a used car's (one a year bias ply), for about 20 year's (1970 - 1990) to cheap new tires for another 20 year's (1990 to 2010) classic low cost, black wall radial, to Discount Tire, for the last ten year's, which I believe is America's finest flat fixer, suggested and recommender replacement establishment and supplier of seasonal tire's.... As for your Forrester, I would of picked 4 wheel mud knobbies for high cost 20K winter snow tires with great braking on drizzle covered wet asphalted streets, then take 'em off, and save them for next year' after the finest Summer Grippers come to market in 2020....
  21. I have a '78 L82 vette engine in my 52 pickup, and I entertained a conversation this evening with a guy who has a 57 Chevy 2 door with a 283, and I expressed the recent phenonium about "car's all going hybrid"... which necessitated another order of drinks... and we both came to the conscientious opinion that we'll be gone after 20 year's of various developments, ranging from the last hundred year time spam concerning kerosene and jet fuel, fuel injectors and fine gasoline, and 250 million car's on the road approaching 250,000 miles eventually (each) and then the invention of turning a cast iron v8 into an electric motor with a change of the head's, and putting some soon to be invented computer magnet where the carburetor used to be.... and replacing the gas tank with an electric fuel cell, and we both ordered another round of drink's, and it was time to go ,.... lol
  22. ... o O (Next Week !!!) ... but WOW... just coming into Hope for the auditorium openin'... gettin' it goin', and, that's cool !
  23. in case you haven't seen this post, the first 2 and half pages relate to Cary Audio https://community.klipsch.com/index.php?/topic/176309-great-american-audio-factory-tours/
  24. lol ... o O (as an edit), I meant the Jackson greenery.... but if two classic two dollar bill's work,
  25. thinking along two line's.... single barrel must equal at least 55 gallon's... whereas a small batch is somewhere between 10 to 50 barrel's.... so Christmas is coming around the corner.... o O (buy the single barrel) and send everyone here in this thread a bottle for Christmas, along with a return envelope for a return flavor taste test, or the green paper variety of two Jefferson's...
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