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  1. 1978 lascalas these are original crossovers AA the speakers are original. they have some chips on the edges not that noticeable 1300.00 descent sounding great bass.i just have too many got to let something go.sold
  2. Hi wonderful people, I just purchased last night the i I’ve mentioned speaker from a high end boutique exclusive dealer in Milan, Italy... no just kidding got this wonderful speaker at Walmart believe it or not; and I am having trouble. when I choose to play a different song or even if the music app itself simply glides into the next trac, the speaker goes silent. I am using the iPhone 12 Pro along with iTunes. I turned off Airplay and still nothing helped to resolve this issue. what shall I do? Is this a sign that degenerate poverty stricken commoners such as I, needeth not dare to venture into the murky real of high-end quality audio? thanks to all who are so kind to help, sincerely, Jesse
  3. Hi. I have lots of experience with old Heritage gear, 1977 Heresy speakers combined with 1985 KG4 speakers and a Klipsch Sub, all driven by a Luxman R115. I have owned most of it since new, it is now at my farm. Needless to say we can entertain the wildlife! I am moving to a new home, already built, and want to create a new multi room system, anchored with modern Heritage series gear. I already bought a brand new set of Heresy IV speakers. At a bare minimum, I will buy a second set for another main room. This system is going to be music only, no TV or theater stuff. I would like to incorporate some modern amenities like Bluetooth for whole house access, and possibly be able to zone it for outdoor use, and possibly something like Sonos speakers/system in lesser used rooms. I am looking for recommendations on the Amplifier and system, with priority given to what will get great performance out of 2-4 Heresy 4 speakers, and possibly more. My experience with the older Klipsch is that the amp definitely made a difference, regardless of power. Finally, I have an extra set of KG4 and KG2 speakers not in use up at farm. Could this older stuff pair up well with an amp that meets my needs with the modern H4’s? Any help is appreciated!!! Thanks
  4. Thought I'd share my newest project y'all. A couple DIY mono block tube amps to power the khorns. I'm using oak to match the klipsch heritage oiled oak speakers. Should be around 25-30 watts using 6550 and 12ax7 tubes. Still have a long way to go but you can see the idea. I'm still waiting on the transformers to get here and The tops of the amps will eventually be painted black. No idea why the pic loaded upside down. :/
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