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About johknow4@gmail.com

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  • Birthday 05/31/1968

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  • Location
    Kissimmee, FL
  • My System
    Klipschorn SN#174
    88 Heresy's
    99 KSF 10.5
    99 SC5
    Technics SL-1955

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  1. Jim, I have a question about my crossover. It's not mounted on a board like others I have seen. Written in pencil on top of one of the coils it has a date of March 1949. The number 0 0 0 5 0 and the number 380. The S/N on the Klipschorn is 174. Do you have any info for this crossover or know what the numbers are in reference to. Thanks for your help with this and all the other questions you've answered, Johnie
  2. Also I would love to see some pics of your K-horns. Johnie
  3. Wow I love the info on 184. Jim helped me with info on mine as well.
  4. Thanks for all your suggestions. I would also like something with tonal control. Johnie
  5. I am fascinated by early Klipschorns and their individual back stories. Where is the best place for pics and info? I would love to see pics from forum members.
  6. I would like to see pics of your as well.
  7. You think so? I had been looking to purchase a vintage Klipschorn. This is the oldest I have come across.
  8. Lloyd McClellan built my K-horn (No. 174). His initials are throughout. Is there a way to determine who built my K5D Horn? It is numbered 169 and is dated November 8th 1948. Thanks, Johnie
  9. Is there an estimate as to how many Klipschorns have been produced since 1946?
  10. I recently purchased a vintage k-horn. I am currently using a low-end Nobsound mono amp to power the speaker. Actually it sounds surprisingly good. However, I would like to upgrade. Can anyone recommend an amp for my k-horn? One that won't break the bank. Thanks, Johnie
  11. Who is the man in the photo on the home page for the museum (the one, on the lower left of the page, of the man holding a square to a K-horn)? Is that Lloyd McClellan? If not is there any info or are there any photos of him online? Thanks, Johnie
  12. I'm certainly no expert but looks like salt air to me. As if it lived on the coast at some point.
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