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AndreG.

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  1. 25 minutes ago, moray james said:

    Thanks, guess I should have read the first post and not just looked at the picture and the responses, they should turn out to be a nice set of verticals. carry on.

    How many times have i thought or or writen something along those lines as well... ^^ You´re welcome.

  2. 9 minutes ago, moray james said:

    nobody has mentioned (I don't think) but those woofers are not K33's.

    The OP noticed.

     

    13 hours ago, RobC63 said:

    The first and most obvious issue is that the woofers are not the originals. They had been in fact replaced with (probably) 1990's era subs. The subs did work; but if I was going to own a pair of authentic vintage Cornwalls, they are going to have actual Cornwall drivers in them. And if I was going to own a pair of authentic vintage Cornwalls, I wanted to have something that looked and performed 100% like it did back in the day.

     

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  3. Welcome to the forum. I can´t answer Your question directly since i don´t own KLFs. Others, i´m shure, will have suggestions, but You may run into a problem - whatever other center you choose, most likely  it will not match the 30s soundwise. Would that be acceptable toYou?

  4. Congratulations on Your new set-up, looks great! I can´t wait to get my Heresys running... But for that, i have to change my to change my hifi-rack as well so i can fit those in. I will build my own rack as my next project, already have the wood panels standing in the other room.

    Planing on using my HEs for stereo only.

    So, what´s next? Still lots of space in that picture. ^^

     

  5. Did have a look at the brochures about the KG2 & KG.0-line. Owning the 1.5 myself (and beeing happy about every time they play.), i have to say i´m really intrigued by these KG2s, looking at them, they really look like smaller Fortes. I´d love to listen to them - well, little chance of that, i guess...

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  6. 12 hours ago, MicroMara said:

    @AndreG.  Blue Öyster Cult were great ...Loved their " Godzilla & " don´t fear the Reaper "

    Lot´s of music i´ve come to like over the years i first heard in movies. Does anyone here know "Heavy Metal"? Several animated chapters, combine to a movie. Part of the BGM was BOCs "Veteran of the Psychic Wars", like that one too. This movie started my interest in Journey as well, or Steve Nicks, or, or...

     

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heavy_Metal_(film)

     

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  7. I saw the specs for the three-way jubs some time ago and those were as tall as i am, so i meant that huge. That said, i know my RF3s are quite small and my Heresys even smaler. I hope i get the chance to hear Jubilees at some point ( wich could be difficult in Germany).

    24 minutes ago, ClaudeJ1 said:

    It's all about your perspective, your wallet, and your tolerance for bad sound when you go too small.

    That´s a given, i´m not sure how the saying goes in english, but it should be something like:" There is no replacement for displacement." Legends tend to come in big packaging, right?

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  8. According to Wikipedia: No.

     

    "Kobato loved Japanese enka music when she was a child, and Tokyo Jihen led her to rock.[52] She attended a vocal school around 2012, but started playing guitar with the formation of Band-Maid the following year.[53] Atsumi started singing when she was 14 and Band-Maid is her first band. Tōno is a big fan of Carlos Santana, has played classical piano since she was a child, and began playing guitar when she joined her high school band club. Hirose is a fan of Deep Purple and Maximum the Hormone, particularly the latter's female drummer Nao Kawakita, and also played trombone and piano. Misa likes Paz Lenchantin,[52] The Smashing Pumpkins and Jimi Hendrix; she started playing piano at around 3 or 4 years of age, and also played trumpet, alto horn, and guitar."

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  9. 8 hours ago, JohnJ said:

    If the first tune turns you off.. pull up another one this isn't cookie-cutter music these guys, especially the singer had talent. I have no idea what happened to them.

    Queensryche are still around. After some trouble and legal disputes it looks like they replaced their lead-vocalist. I own some CDs myself but haven´t listened to their latest stuff.

     

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queensrÿche

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