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  1. Hoooh Ahhhh, you got me Schu Man, no, you are not my confessor.....or PROFESSOR. And yes, I am looking for answers and to be educated, just not by you.
  2. wdecho, cool, I buy that. Pete switched them, and he seems happy. Can I switch gears? Pete, others, what about the low end? What are you finding in the bass bottom? 51hz seems high as I'm coming off a low of 34hz I believe with my speakers. Do you feel a sub is going to be necessary?
  3. Schu, how in the hell can you tell someone that they make no sense and not be dismissive. What you're saying is that your sense of your intelligence and common sense is superior to mine. And, I'm not even saying that may not be true. But, instead of offering up a reply that gave ponderance and insight, you chose to dismiss. I hope you're not an educator.
  4. Haha, I'm livin' it because passion is an amazing thing. I wouldn't be guilty of calling myself an audiophile but I have a passion for music.
  5. Well, uh, ok.....schu did the call out not me. Fisticuffs? Really? Too sensitive boys. Looking to share, be informed, and not be dismissive. So sorry.....
  6. No Pete, Schu is not calm. He's hyper defensive and worried about being screwed. He's not gonna be. You proved it. He appears to think everyone is out to get him. The deal is legit I believe. Cut him slack? Fugetaboutit. The beauty of the sound is in the ears of the beholder. If you love the sound, and you love the look, the fact that you got such a great deal should make you love them even more. Congrats
  7. Aha, Thaddeus thank you. That's what I'm looking for to my non-sensical question. It's all about veneers not tuning. Again, why a R & L designation? I have ADS L1230 floors that are obviously designated left and right because of the cant on the tweet and mid on each speaker. But why on the Klipsch? Mystique?
  8. T2K, you forgot the harvest moon. It can alter those sine waves.
  9. For hell's sake Schu, calm down. I think it does make sense. When you talk crossovers, individual components, cabinetry, etc., you can definitely "tune" two speakers or establish like similarities between two speakers and pair them. Veneers, I get it. I think that's the bond. But Left & Right? Why? And, don't tell me I don't make sense. Reading your posts tells me you don't have the good sense God gave a claw hammer. Just sayin' cause you're sayin'. 😎
  10. Jimbo, I noticed that Pete had pics of 24R & 24L. So is one to assume they should be placed in that fashion as a right and left channel? I am wondering if Klipsch does anechoic chamber testing/tweaking to match the speakers. It sounds cool but I may be reading too much into it. And even if a sound chamber test mates two speakers "similar", if serial #'s are off by a few digits, is there a sonic difference? I think not. But as far as resale, you're right.
  11. So here's a question for you. What is the exact significance of sequential matching serial #'s? Is it because of the book matched veneers? Or, is it a sonic matching of speakers in the lab in Hope, AK? Are there "left" & "right" speakers in the matched pair? And, if they're not matched, is the value less? And are they sonically inferior?
  12. Dave1290, Old Spice and Brylcreem !!! All good.
  13. Jimjimbo, too funny. Let's go have a few beers. Those poachers got ate !!!
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