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  1. For Sales is an used pair of Cornwall II crossovers from Bob Cites. These are the Klipsch Crossovers that were sent to Bob Crites and renewed with updated components. A new pair of crossovers is $275 plus shipping. I'll sell these for $125 shipped to the upper 48.
  2. I'm new to the forum and looking for information/advice. I just picked up a pair of 1985 Cornwall II at a garage sale, cheap! They need some TLC, but the cabinets are in good shape. Still have the serial # and inspection certificate on the back. And, amazingly, the paper woofers are intact! So . . . general question about your experience with the model, how much they might be worth, and if there is a replacement woofer since they probably won't last much longer. Would like to replace them without negating the value of the speaker as an intact original. Thanks for any help and advice! JA
  3. I have a pair of Klipschorns, Conwall II's, and Belle Klipsch's all for sale. I am the original owner and all are in mint working condition. I am located in the Pittsburgh area. Let me know if you're interested and we can discuss a price. Photos to follow. Klipschorns $5,000 for the pair Belle's $2,500 for the pair Cornwall II $2,300 for the pair
  4. I am selling my 1987 Cornwall II's & a matching Academy Center Channel speaker. Both in Oak Oil with the usual nicks and dings in speakers of this vintage. CW's have cane grills, Academy has a black one. One CW grill is bent & the other has a stain on the bottom, which I didn't even notice when I bought them. I would rate the CW 7-7.5 & the Academy 6.5-7, both reside in my living room so they are certainly presentable. These are stock Klipsch, no mods. I do not have the capability to ship these, so this is a cash & carry trade. These are priced to travel @ $900 for the 3 speakers. I am in Lower Manhattan, easy access to the Holland tunnel or Brooklyn bridge. I have loaded the photos to Photobucket, let's see if the link works. http://s1288.photobucket.com/user/SDSchaffer/library/?sort=2&page=1
  5. So I got the audion sterling 12w class a amp I had posted about a few days ago. All I can say is holys$#@! We had two other couples over for new years last night. Among the crowd there were a couple of real skeptics in the room concerning that there would be a significant audible difference between the new little tube amp and my ss adcom gfa 2535 amp. So we started with the ss amp for an hour or so letting everyone get a taste of the cornwalls II, which are relatively new to my home. We then plugged in the tube amp and A/B'd the amps with a couple of tracks. My wife, the biggest skeptic in the room, couldn't believe the difference. Everyone present was pretty astonished. When we first switched from the tubes back to the ss adcom everyone looked at one another and asked what happened? whered the music go? This is what we were first listening to?? The ss got yanked real quick. Long story short Im psyched about the purchase! This is my first tube amp and I have no regrets.
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