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    Klipsch KG4's and Forte I's on Marantz 1060 and VTA ST70 tube amp. Klipsch KPT-904's on Marantz 2252B. Klipsch Cornwall's, KG1.5's, KV2, KG3.2's on Onkyo AVR TZ-RZ810.

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  1. Think this is reversed No air leak should mean if I push on the woofer, the passive will move ...
  2. Too far away from me ... but ... are these really better than Heresy's?
  3. I have a Crown K2 that I use with my KPT-904's ... absolutely awesome. But, it may be a bit too much power for your CF-4's, unless you stay away from max volume The K2 has 1/4 inch and XLR inputs ... used 1/4 inch before, but it broke off inside the amp ... now using a RCA to XLR adapter ($5 online). Using a Kenwood Basic M2 amp (220wpc) with a C2 preamp on my CF-3's. Pretty sure that's all the power they need ... haha, have had them up to 120dB's Good luck with the search
  4. Good price ... someone get these fast
  5. Did my kitchen and bathroom counters with granite. Used polishing pads (?) to take the cut edges to the same "polished" levels. Sorry, but do not recall exactly what "sizes" I used, but here is an example ... https://www.ebay.com/itm/Diamond-Polishing-Pads-4-inch-Wet-Dry-8-Piece-Set-Granite-Stone-Concrete-Marble-/254316981112?_trksid=p2349526.m4383.l4275.c10#viTabs_0 Sorry for the extra work but thought you may want to try it as you seem to be a perfectionist
  6. Haha ... not a Springsteen fan either Wife bought us tickets for a concert many years ago ... she went with her girlfriend; not me
  7. OK; suggesting a Crown K2 ... usually about $400
  8. Yeah; looks great! But think it is stone Note to @314carpenter ... looks great ... your workmanship is awesome But, if I am right about the tops, the edges look like fresh cuts. With some polishing wheels you can make them look the same as the "polished" edges. Haha; more work
  9. $200, no bids yet ... 220wpc ... https://www.ebay.com/itm/large-heavy-KENWOOD-BASIC-M2A-STEREO-POWER-AMP-AMPLIFIER-A/123902522325?epid=1953338364&hash=item1cd92a73d5:g:hjAAAOSwB3pddxTN One more ... $400 ... https://www.ebay.com/itm/Kenwood-M2A-Power-Amplifier-Fully-Tech-Serviced-working-great-220w-ch-in-8-ohm/113863716728?hash=item1a82ce6f78:g:pbcAAOSwF3ldYDGU OK; reason for listing these ... have one (with a Kenwood Basic C2 pre-amp) on my CF-3's ... these amps are very, very good and way underrated ... haha, therefor still available at reasonable prices
  10. Since no one is responding, I'll be the first. Seems they are usually advertised at about $1500+ ... but believe that's high. IMHO $1000 is fair (if in good condition). Good luck with your search
  11. The RP-280F's supposedly go down to 32Hz. I would try to set your amp at 50Hz first ... after that you can "play" with 40Hz, 60Hz and higher Yes, both for movies and music Have fun
  12. Might be amazing with dual R-115SW's ... but really don't think it's necessary for the small room. Was talking about the crossover settings on the subwoofer itself ... BUT, if you are using LFE from your amp, your amp "sets" the crossover point. Set it (in your amp) to say 10-20Hz above your L/R speakers and listen. My R-115SW is set to 50Hz (on the sub) since my speakers go down to 35Hz. If I turn it up higher (like your 120Hz) it starts interfering with my speakers and the sound is horrible. Good luck
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