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  1. Hi All: I have a pair of Klipsch KSP-400 tower speakers, which has a build-in 15" subwoofer on each speakers. http://images.klipsch.com/KSP400C6S6...5637990000.pdf I love this speaker pair in my home theater as they sound extremely good, very easy to drive and the subs are very well integrated with the mid and high. However, in the last few months, one of the sub started to make a loud buzz/hum sound when first turn on (wake-up from auto standby); the buzz sound is very loud for the first minute or so then getting softer and softer then completely gone in about 5 minutes. After that, the sub is working perfectly fine, until it goes to sleep (standby) then wake up again! My questions: 1) is there any quick and easy fix to the amp? or what is the problem? 2) if I leave the amp on all the time, not in auto standby, then I don't have this problem. I have let it on for most of a day and the heat sink behind the speaker is not much warmer than the one on standby. However, I'm very worry about the heat and fire hazard, if I leave the amp on all the time. What do you think? I did some search, a few folks had replace the amp on this speaker with an external amp and the speaker is still working fine, but I don't want to do so as that would add another equipment to my space-limited rack, also modify to the speakers and cost. Thank you for any suggestion. BT
  2. I just picked up a pair of KSP-400's and am loving the sound. One of them does have the dreaded hum issue, but I've got a friend who is going to fix that for me. He and I have read the posts about that, which have been very helpful. I was wondering if it wouldn't be a good idea to go ahead and replace the caps on the crossovers while we were at it. Has anyone on here done that to the KSP-400's, and did it make a significant difference in sound? As I said, I'm loving the way they sound now, but I am pretty new to higher end audio, so not sure if there is more to be had out of these speakers. Thanks for any info.
  3. EDIT: All sold Due to a number of reasons, I must downsize my collection that I have amassed over the years. Prefer local pick up in the Washington, DC area for the larger items. Pair of KP-301's. Great shape but with some shadowing on top of one. SOLD Album: http://s458.photobucket.com/user/hov99/library/Klipsch For Sale/Klipsch KP-301 ____________ Pair of black La Scala's, consecutive serial #'s. LS FB TG Type AL. Tops are scuffed/scratched due to previous owner setting equipment on top of them. SOLD Album: http://s458.photobucket.com/user/hov99/library/Klipsch For Sale/Klipsch La Scala Pair of black Forte II's, consecutive serial's. "BLK #19 GRILL". Black finish fading in several spots, especially most of the tops and corners. SOLD Album: http://s458.photobucket.com/user/hov99/library/Klipsch For Sale/Klipsch Forte II Pair of KP-2500-C (twin of the KP-250's, but with the fur coating) SOLD Album: http://s458.photobucket.com/user/hov99/library/Klipsch For Sale/Klipsch KP-2500-C aka KP-250 2 pairs of KT-DS's, one set black and one set walnut. Black has omnimount holes, walnut does not. SOLD Album: http://s458.photobucket.com/user/hov99/library/Klipsch For Sale/Klipsch KT-DS Seaton Submersive HP in Black Oak, still have original shipping box and foam packing materials keeping it pair of JBL 4645C http://www.jblpro.com/www/products/cinema-market/subwoofers/4645c SOLD Possible sales: pair of KSP-400's http://www.klipsch.com/products/ksp-400-floorstanding-speaker SOLD matching KSP-C6 center channel (would prefer to sell with the KSP-400's) SOLD I'm keeping my cornwalls and epic CF-4's and the associated centers and surrounds for them. EDITED to change prices and remove sold items.
  4. I have a pair of Klipsch KSP-400's that are missing their original horns (K-97-KV). I have found a pair of K-123-KV horns and drivers. Any thoughts on how these would work in KSP-400?
  5. Fellow Klipsch Fans in LA. I've decided to sell my beloved and gorgeous Mahogany KSP-400's and associated KSP-C6, & KSF-S5 speakers as I'm converting to an Atmos setup. The finish of all speakers is flawless as are the screens..and the sound. The only issue is the hum in the powered subs ($125-150 each to fix, or do it yourself if you know how to solder). I just converted to using a powered sub. Here's the craigslist ad: http://ventura.craigslist.org/ele/5941283215.html?lang=en&cc=us
  6. Located in Miami 33190 Thinning out the herd. These work perfectly and sound awesome. Amplifiers 100% working order and cosmetically great. Klipsch KSP-400's in beautiful mahogany with original feet and perfect working amps (power cords included). here is the listing on South Florida CL if anyone interested (my contact info is in listing) http://miami.craigslist.org/mdc/ele/5692809353.html More pictures on eBay at this link: http://www.ebay.com/itm/152176326767?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT $800 cash or best offer. $650 cash
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