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  1. Hi, This is my first post. I checked other post to see if I could find an answer. I didn't see one so I thought I would ask. I have a pair of LaScala industrial speakers installed at my church. Recently one speaker started losing the lows. At first I thought it completely quit working, but upon further inspection I could hear sound out of the high/mid speaker. This pair has a separate high/mid cabinet and a woofer cabinet. The problem is also intermittent which made it really hard to chase down at first. I am powering them with a QSC RMX 1450 amp. I believe the problem is in the crossover but not sure. I a little over my head. Nothing looks like it has gotten hot or going bad. Any help would be appreciated Thanks, Nick
  2. I'm new here, so bear with me if I'm posting in the wrong place or the wrong way. I recently bought a pair of Epic CF-4s and after about two weeks of pure bliss (man, these are nice speakers), one of my woofers started rubbing. I'm desperately looking to buy a replacement (K-30-KN) woofer. Or, if anyone has found a place that can recone these speakers, please let me know.
  3. I have a pair of Klipsch speakers and I do not know the model and can't see a serial number. They were purchased about 1986. Any ideas? One woofer has been injured and needs replacement. Any suggestions. Thanks for your help.
  4. I am looking for an original, undamaged Chorus II woofer. Tried a pair of Cornwall woofers and the TS parameters are way off, The Chorus II woofer is a serious structure and I want an original to replace the one that got damaged.
  5. Hi Folks I have a vintage pair of herasys. Puling the grill I noticed that the woofers have faded to grey. Is there any treatment that will renew them so they are black and won't crack. I'm the original owner and plan on willing them to family. ) thanks
  6. I have no connection with Parts Express, but this has T/S parameters I've never seen in an 18 before. Maybe it could work as a horn driver? 294-2757 http://www.parts-express.com/prv-audio-18sw2200-2-2-18-high-power-pro-audio-dvc-subwoofer-2-2-ohms--294-2757 Resonant Frequency (Fs)30.95 Hz DC Resistance (Re)1.04 ohms Mechanical Q (Qms)13.32 Electromagnetic Q (Qes)0.24 Total Q (Qts)0.24 Compliance Equivalent Volume (Vas)7.95 ft.³ BL Product (BL)14.11 Tm Diaphragm Mass Inc. Airload (Mms)244.2g Maximum Linear Excursion (Xmax)9 mm Surface Area of Cone (Sd)1,452 cm²
  7. I remember seeing something about this series a while back that now seems interesting… You see, I recently acquired another set of THSR’s. My last pair were THSR-2’s… so I had to build a set of crossovers more-or-less from scratch but adding the tweeter was easy (the THSR-2 uses the HII cabinet/motor board with only a small piece of ply covering the tweeter cut out). My new pair are the original THSR which came with a nice fully built E crossover but do not contain the cut out for the K77 tweeter in their HI cabinet/motor board. Because of this I’ve been going back and forth on what exactly I want to do with these… I could try to route out the opening myself but I’m not all that confident in my routing abilities? I’m also not a huge K77 fan and that is really the only thing that could possibly fit in that space. I also thought about just setting a tweeter of my choice on top but I would really prefer to keep the system self contained. Which is where the Beta comes in… I know I wouldn't exactly be using it for its intended purpose but it would allow me to add a tweeter without modifying the cabinet and the woofer doesn't spec out to be a bad K22 replacement? I guess I’m just looking to see if anybody thinks this coaxial woofer idea is crazy or not?
  8. Hi there, I'am looking for 15" radiators for my KP 4000. For now I'am using 15" burned ciol speakers and cut the magnet from the basket. It works but I'am not so happy with it. Is there someone ho can help me with a manufacturer who can deliver 15" rubber surround radiators, or perhapes an other solution for me has. Kind regards Arjan
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