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  1. Guys, I'm now more confuse that before I spent three months searching for the material / parts, I'm thinking now to start over (to spare a few years, as the nice golden retriever said) . Is that much the difference between K-horns and Jubilee? I looked on youtube to find a comparison, but nothing.
  2. Hi, you manage to find the ES5800 x-overs?
  3. Hi Tom, thank you for the details. This is also my problem. I analyzed a lot between this two options and I went for the more safe option. In time I will search for a bargain K-402s and then I will build a Jubilee also My "man cave" is in the attic and due to the roof conformation I'm limited to 1.3 -1.4 meters (4. 5 feet). So now I'm focusing on the Klipschorns. It will be a DYI project, due to ridiculously high prices that we have here I found already most of the parts I need. I will go with originals K-33, K-55-v and K-77 just to try to be as close as possible to the originals. What I will change are the x-overs, I will use ES400 + ES5800.
  4. Thank you James, I also found this file, but I need the specs to make the ZMA and FRD files. Size – inch RE - Ohm FS - Hz QM - QE - QT - RMS - Ns/m or kg/s MMS - Gramms CMS – mm/N VAS - Liters SD - Square cm BL - TM Pmax (Wattage) - W rms XMAX - mm LE - mH EBP - EFF - % SPL - dB
  5. I was also leaning towards Jubilees, but they are too big for my room. May be in the future, if my wife doesn't kill me first. In Europe the houses are not so generous like Australia or US
  6. I will move to the DYI section and start to build a pair, otherwise I will never have a pair
  7. Hi, do you still have these K-horns?
  8. I'm searching now for almost two weeks and I couldn't find the specs for K-55-V and K-77(t35). I found only these for K-33.
  9. Hi Marvel, I know that this is am old topic, but I have to try; The K-33 woofer specs were perfect, but I also need the values/specs of the k-55-V and K-77(T-35) used in the Klipschhorns, if you have them? Thank you
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