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I believe the part number is KLP-127122? I’m assuming they will fit my drivers since they look identical to the ones in them now. I read that somewhere that this is a worth while upgrade. I already replaced the diaphragms in the tweeters in my klf20s and my Klf -C7 with the Ti diaphragms. It made a huge difference in the center channel C7. But I’m not sure if my ears pick up the Change in the klf20s yet, might need more break in time. I just pulled all these speakers out of storage been sitting for like 20 years. My dad used them for a very short time and them put them away. I’ve been using RF3 for the past 20 years without issue for home theater so I thought I’d give these KLfs a try. Also anyone know if Klipsch stills makes and sells the mid range horns for this series of speakers? One on the has a small crack that I will apoxy for now. But new horns would be nice if I can get them. Also I have experience the rattle from the loose joints on these boxes that surprisingly never was an issue on the RF3s. So was going to run epoxy all around the edges on the inside of the boxes for now. Is there any advantage to building new boxes out of like 12 ply birch plywood (I own a cabinet shop). That is also an option. Any input would be appreciated. I’m new to the forum and with the hobby of modifications to these speakers like I said my RF3s have been working flawlessly for 20 years with no issues. Just thought I’d try something new. Thanks Rich
Hi everyone.. I'm in the middle of building a set of La Scala clones and am fighting with myself over an issue dealing with the mid horn. I'm planning to build wooden tractrix horns and mate them with a pair of A-55G mid drivers. I'd like to build my horns with a 2" throat for possible future upgrades to a 2" driver, as well as making it a bit easier to sand and paint inside the horn.. the 1" throat horn design has a long thin neck and I can foresee trouble getting in there with paint and such. My quandary surrounds the mating of the A-55G driver to a 2" throat tractrix horn.. I can buy adapters that go from the 1-3/8" thread to a bolt on 2" exit.. but is it going to destroy the sound? Anyone have any experience with those adapters, or just some good old uninformed opinions? Cheers! Mike
I recently put new drivers in my forte ii's and noticed the previous owner cracked on of the tactix horns during their servicing of these speakers. so i am on the look out for 1 mid tactix horn for forte ii. I don't the magnet or the diaphragm just the horn....any help would be awesome!!