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  1. All items on the 75th Anniversary Gear Shop page have been listed there as priced and sold out for months. Yesterday everything but the signed Museum Edition of the book became available. Don't know when the signed edition will be made available.
  2. Also, as of right now (30 July 2021, 4:15 PM ET) all items on the 75th Anniversary Gear Shop page (https://www.klipsch.com/75th-anniversary-gear-shop) except the signed Museum Edition of the book are showing as Available.
  3. I got an email notification for three of the four items for which I entered my email: the poster, the gray "elf" (actually halfling) shirt, and the unsigned book. The fourth item was the signed book, which I don't think was made available for sale yet. They may be saving that for the official 75th Anniversary launch.
  4. Darn it! Glad it worked out for you and the buyer though. 🙂
  5. Yes, that does look interesting. Looks like it's high enough quality and has a transparent bypass. I could maybe put this between the pre-amp and amp for the L&R channels for tweaking all stereo material when I want. Thanks.
  6. OK, Thanks. It's an option I hadn't considered but adds some complexity. For the traditional graphic equalizer option, are there any quality ones that can be recommended?
  7. Thanks Chris. I assume that would require having a PC connected to use as an eq, correct?
  8. So, I just discovered and read through this thread a few related ones. All this makes sense to me as I've always suspected mastering shenanigans on the part of the record companies, especially all my favorite classic rock music that was mastered to sound "good" on FM car radios. However, ripping and demastering all my music collection is going to be a gargantuan and time consuming effort. It also won't help with the stuff I listen to on Amazon Music. So, I was thinking of trying to do some demastering "on the fly" as I listen. My first thought was maybe using the analog output from my Oppo disc player/DAC, taking that through a good quality graphic equalizer, and using an alternate analog input on my processor. I'd use that path when I'd want to listen to obviously badly mastered recordings and do a rough demaster at listening time. Anyone have an good recommendations on a good equalizer (or some other equalization device that I'm missing). I was going to look at some of the old AudioControl eq's since they were designed to be low noise but I'm not set on that. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Also, if anyone thinks I should start a new thread for this question, let me know and I'll do that.
  9. Just remember that if you don't sell it as one lot that I called dibs on the center for sure. 🙂 I'm less sure about the sub. I don't really "need" it for my office P-37F setup as I have a perfectly adequate SVS sub for that small room. It just that my OCD wants me to have a Palladium sub with all my Palladium systems and this is the only one that doesn't. 🙂
  10. I hope you hinting at what I think you are hinting at....
  11. I've purchased a bunch of used Palladium speakers over the past few years. For most of them I paid just under or at half of the retail price.
  12. I'd definitely be interested in the P27-C center and one P312-W subwoofer (maybe both) if you decide to split up the set. (Sorry, but I already own a set of every Palladium tower model and can't fit any more. 🙂) I'm in eastern PA, so I'm definitely within pick up distance.
  13. I'm pretty sure that the ceiling bounce speakers (aka Atmos-enabled) need a flat ceiling of somewhat average height. I found this in one of the installation guides (https://www.dolby.com/siteassets/technologies/dolby-atmos/atmos-installation-guidelines-121318_r3.1.pdf): Room treatment considerations for use of Dolby Atmos enabled speakers For optimal performance, the ceiling should be flat (not angled or vaulted), with a height between 7.5 and 14 feet (2.3 to 4.3 meters), and made of an acoustically reflective material (drywall, plaster, hardwood, or another rigid, non---sound-absorbing material). The ideal ceiling height is between 7.5 and 12 feet (2.3 to 3.66 meters).
  14. Thanks for the replies and apologies to @Kalifornianfor somewhat hijacking his topic. It's really the same question. Now I will sit back and lurk unless I think of another relevant question.
  15. No, I don't have spare amps lying around. So, I'm asking people for recommendations on what to buy. I'd rather not just buy whatever I can find on Craigslist, etc. and then have it lying around or reselling it. I'm not someone who turns over gear all the time. Interesting. Those look like something I might be able to build. The NC400 kit doesn't seem as good a value for the money as the Buckeye amps but if might be an option if I need them quickly.
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