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  1. Not affiliated https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/1228285087574048/?ref=search&referral_code=marketplace_search
  2. Not affiliated https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/815466855961688/?ref=search&referral_code=marketplace_search Needs some love
  3. Not affiliated https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/865845144251443/?ref=search&referral_code=marketplace_search Def needs some cleaning up and elbow grease.
  4. Not affiliated https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/489217528881534/?ref=search&referral_code=marketplace_search
  5. Not Affiliated. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/1391986754476250/?ref=search&referral_code=marketplace_search If you want me to house them for you pick up, lemme know, I'm in Portland and I don't have a big enough room for them........
  6. Ding ding ding we have a winner! The other night, I was down there listening to the system with my GF and she got up to leave and turned the light off and the noise was drastically reduced. Not gone all together, but noticeable in reduction. We have one dimmer on that circuit and another on the other side of the room on another circuit. So, even if they're off, the system will still be about 12-14ft away from the switches. It would be easy enough to put in a outlet that is dedicated to the stereo, but how much do I need to consider the dimmers and the noise they would cause without even being on the same circuit? No floursenct lights. Only leds down there now. Too funny, I was JUST about to post what I found.
  7. Yes! 2 sets of these ive seen now at a good price and nowhere near me. Argh.
  8. I have family down there, so if someone really wants them lemme know.
  9. I also have one that I purchased from @joessportster. It's definitely a great amp. Super well built and sounds fantastic. Very powerful and does really well with both my Cornwalls and La Scalas. It was my first tube amp, and I love the aestetics of it so much that I bet I never sell it.
  10. Okay, so you just put a plate amp in the box and bypassed the servo to which you are happy with the sound with the original woofer?
  11. Agreed. The box itself just fits into my room so well doubling as a table, so I may try to find a way to just have a new woofer and amp put into the box and go that route, which bet would be around $250-300, but I could also buy the Klipsch one from Costco this weekend and return it if I dont like it.
  12. Ahhhh! We did do that with the guy from the Speaker shop. He just ran alligator clips right to the speaker posts and played music through it without the Velodyne Amp attached and it played for 5 min with no popping. I will do the same, but for longer and see if there is any popping.
  13. So, could I connect it to another amp that has and XLR hookup? Or how does one connect it to another amp? It was my understanding that because of the servo you can't use other amps with it, without somehow bypassing the servo. Thanks for all of your help so far!
  14. In this case are you still using the servo? Or bypassing it all together?
  15. I thought it looked like an Alan Eaton!
  16. Will do. The amp isn't built in though and I'm told to bypass it on this sub, it takes some doing.
  17. Erhard Audio Aretha Pre and Janis Phono
  18. Will Vincent St-70 Laboratory West And Oliver Sayes 45 Korneff Clone
  19. Okay, so I did that and if you push it down fairly far, you can hear some rubbing. But it seems like I have to push it down to the point where it is almost fully stretching out the surround. Just lightly pushing it up and down I don't hear any rubbing.
  20. Yes, I did mean re-foamed. I will check that. Thanks!
  21. I picked up a used ULD-15 from an estate sale for a song, then had it reformed and it was working beautifully for 3 months, then it struck, the dreaded popping that indicates either the servo or the amp is bad, which from what I understand both are nearly impossible to fix due to the lack of parts to fix them. I could put a plate amp in the side of the box and call it good or I could go with something else. Looking for recommendations. I'm running this with Tube pre, phono and power amps on my 1978 Klipsch La Scalas. Thoughts and reccomendations are much appreciated. I'd like to not spend an arm and a leg and I think I'd like to stay with a 15" if I can.
  22. I have! I had the Vincent gone through twice and there is nothing wrong with it. I had the Preamp gone through and again nothing wrong with it. There is something amiss with the new wiring in the room (probably not properly grounded somewhere...) because when I have the lights turned on you hear buzzing coming from the amp, regardless of if its the Vincent ST-70, St-35, or my Oliver Sayes 45. So, I leave the light off in the main room and just have lights on in the area behind me. Short of tearing apart the walls and redoing the wiring, that is where I am.
  23. Not affiliated. https://portland.craigslist.org/wsc/ele/d/portland-klipsch-la-scala-ii/7281664598.html
  24. No affiliation, but if you work out a trade with them and need help facilitating shipping, I'm close and would be happy to help! https://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/ele/d/florence-klipsch-cornwall-vertical/7272853493.html
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