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  1. Klipsch Forte III Pair of Midrange drivers Pair of Tweeter Pair of Crossover network. Price $250 Carefully remove from Forte III during the upgrade to IVs They were excellent shape and excellent functioning. Local Pick up 91042 Tujunga
  2. I have a pair of 1984 first gen KG4's (even though they are listed as starting production in 1985, the labels on the back say 1984). I never liked these speakers! They sounded very harsh and edgy, yet yielded a very good sound stage, but they just fatigued my ears. Five years ago I read on one of the Klipsch forums about Bob Crites having designed and contracted a fabricator to make a titanium replacement for the phenolic horn drivers showing scope readings of a virtually, very flat response on supposedly sounding much smoother and liquid. For about $50 I ordered the pair and swapped them in and everything that people were saying was true. Very smooth, open, and airy, but without the jagged harshness. It was like listening to a completely different speaker -- one I fell in love with and became my main speakers. A couple of weeks ago, I read about the capacitors loosing their life around the 20 year mark and it hit me that the caps in my 1984 KG4's are now 31 years old. When back to Bob Crites' website and for $100 I could send him the original networks for a cap replacement, or for $200 I could receive new networks with all upgraded materials including new chokes, etc. -- I opted for the latter. I ended up removing all of the old “stacked-up” networks of this first gen that had everything glued up in a pile on the back of the input panel – turns out that the choke and transformer? (coiled bobbin) just popped off the plastic input back panel by prying a flat head underneath them and giving a little twist, removed the 3 screws, popped off the one cap that was glued, and cut the wires to the terminals. Then new network board fits on the wood floor of the bottom of the cabinet attached with velcro. After I finished wiring the first cab, I decided to do an A/B comparison between your network and the original 31 year old network. I conducted a very good test condition by putting on a mono LP, The Kingston Trio, and threw the balance knob Left/Right to compare them back and forth… let me tell you something, it was a dramatic difference! The old network sounded like the banjo was being played underneath a quilt. So, even though the speaker cab with the new network sounded brighter, and more open and airy, I would say it wasn’t adding anything, but simply allowing what was naturally in the recording to come through, whereas, the 31 year old network was not allowing all the highs to pass through to the horn. When I listened to the speaker cab that still had the original network, it was a kin to turning the treble control about 3/4’s the way down. As far as the bass, I’m not sure if it’s in my head or not, but it sounded a little tighter – just as strong as before, but with a little less resonance. Once again, Bob Crites has amazed me with his quality designs and engineering. I now have the ultimate KG4’s with Crites’ titanium horn drivers and upgraded, new networks! BTW, they are works of art just to look at (see before and after pics). And because the new networks are mounted on new cedar boards, they smell good too! I’ll never have to worry about moths in my speaker cabs I'm sure all of you know about Bob's Klipsch upgrades and maintenance services, but just in case you don't: www.critesspeakers.com Original 1984 network: New Bob Crites network:
  3. Drivers: K22, K53 & K77------->K28, K53Ti, K107Ti; CWIII Xover - K53Ti ,K107Ti Level reduced 3dB by RME DAC Setup: Internet Stations | | Router 2010 Mac Mini | Ripped CDs, Downloads | MinimServer V2-----------DLNA/UPNP--LAN--Yamaha WXC-50---RME ADI FS-2----NAD C160--------|---B&K ST2140----H III MinimStreamer / Yamaha CX-2--|---------------R115SW Sub | Pioneer PLX-1000 | Denon DL-110/DL-301/ | AT VM540ML-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  4. Hello, hope everyone is staying safe and healthy. I need to convert my CW3 Crossover network to H3. The CW3 kit was originally bought to experiment with my cornscala. Couple of years ago I upgraded my Hersey 1.5 to H3, with CW3 Xover and K28, K53Ti and K107 Tweeters. And for a while I used a Autoformer to lower the mid and tweeter section by 3db. Now instead, I am using a RME DAC's EQ to lower mid and tweeter by 3db. But this only solves digital sources. I would instead like to make the network a proper H3 network. I checked with Michael Crites, he does not have the schematics of either. If any of you have schematics of CW3 and H3 and since both the H3 and CW3 are no longer in current production, could you share them ? BTW, I am in the process of building a top section cabinet (trapezoid) as I like the higher soundstage with the mid and tweeter on top of the cabinet. Thanks & Cheers
  5. Hi Klipsch community, I recently purchased RSB-14 sound bar, with 2 RW-1 Wireless speakers. To set up a surround system with the bar and the RW-1 speakers, you need in first place to work on some FW updates (http://assets.klipsch.com/files/Stream-Surround-Update-TechBulletin-v06.pdf) For the RSB-14, no issue at all, you can download the binary file and use the USB interface on the bar. Worked like a charm. However, for the RW-1 speaker you have to download the “Klipsch RW-1 Utility Stream" Update app for android or apple. And follow the steps... here start the issues. => The update application never find my speakers, and it stuck on the screen "Searching for device", this may take few minutes ;-D .. I let the app running for 1 hour, still did not find my speakers.. I followed every steps very carefully: wifi set up & speaker in update mode. I've also double checked my network config: - Both speakers are seen by my network ( I can access it with their IP address on a web browser). - I've tried DHCP IP address and then put a static IP address.. same issue - I've tried with the speaker wired on my network: same - I've tried a factory reset on the speaker and start the process again. same issue For info, the speaker in stand alone works fine on my network with the klipsch play-fi application.. I also tried to put both of it on stereo mode, and it worked great.. so my router and network set up seems to work OK.. If anyone already experienced the same issue and found how to resolve it, many thanks for sharing ! Cheers,
  6. I am a proud owner of the G17 Air. i have talked friends into this over SONOS and the Bose products. I have never had any problems with it. Recently, it doesn't stay connected to my network for more than 10-15 minutes. It doesn't matter if I am streaming to it or not, it just loses the connection and blinks purple. I have gone through the setup dozens of times. Does it matter that my security is set to WPA2-PSK? I am beside myself. Please help. Thank you.
  7. SW-350 PayPal payment only, asking $200 (Shipping cost to be paid by buyer and shipping from 77096 (approx $30 ground???) Description Bought for home A/V project which never happened, description from website. Been in box for approx. 10 months. Never used, never opened. Klipsch SW-350 is an 8-inch subwoofer that is designed to deliver rich, powerful bass, driven by a Class D amplifier, resulting in high efficiency and low heat dissipation. The fiber-composite cone of this 8-inch subwoofer reproduces bass with exceptional clarity. Frequency response of 31 Hz to 120 kHz, black vinyl finish gives this subwoofer an aesthetic appearance. Model SW-350 MPN 1010438, 23452407 Technical Details Frequency Responses 31 Hz - 120 Hz Sensitivity 111 dB Subwoofer Power 350 watt Connectivity Wired Dimension Width 12.5 in. Depth 17 in. Height 15.5 in. Woofer Size 8 in. More pictures can be provided if requested, but items are all boxed so that might not help very much. ALSO NETWORK GEAR Available: PayPal payment only, asking $300 (Shipping cost to be paid by buyer and shipping from 77096 - approx $10 to $15 ground???) Never Used, Never Powered up. 16-Port Gigabit Ethernet PoE+ Web-Managed Switch with 2 SFP Ports 16 x PoE ports, IEEE 802.3at/af Power over Ethernet (PoE+/PoE), 2 x SFP, 19" Rackmount Model Number: 560931 The Intellinet 16-Port Gigabit Ethernet PoE+ Web-Managed Switch with 2 SFP Ports (560931) is designed to pass both data and electrical power to a number of PoE-compatible devices via standard Cat5e or Cat6 network cables. Equipped with sixteen Gigabit Ethernet ports, all of which support 802.3at/af Power over Ethernet (PoE/PoE+), this switch can power Wireless LAN access points and bridges, VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) telephones, IP surveillance cameras and more while delivering network speeds of up to 1,000 Mbps. Power over Ethernet 802.3at The Intellinet 16-Port Gigabit Ethernet PoE+ Web-Managed Switch with 2 SFP Ports supports the IEEE 802.3at protocol and is designed to inject up to 30 watts of power per port. 10/100/1000 auto-sensing ports automatically detect optimal network speeds All RJ45 ports with Auto-MDIX (auto uplink) support Supports NWay auto-negotiation Store and forward switching architecture Full/half duplex operation Supports 802.3x flow control for full duplex mode and collision-based backpressure for half duplex mode Supports jumbo frames up to 10 kBytes Complies with the IEEE 802.3az (Energy Efficient Ethernet EEE) specification Green Ethernet power-saving technology deactivates unused ports and adjusts power levels based on the cable length 512 kBytes buffer memory Supports up to 8192 MAC address entries Supports MAC address auto-learning and auto-aging Includes 19" rackmount brackets Fanless design ideal for silent operation Finally, one more item: PayPal payment only, asking $90 (Shipping cost to be paid by buyer and shipping from 77096 - approx $10 to $15 ground). Never Used, Never Powered up 24-Port Gigabit Ethernet Rackmount Switch Manufacturer: Intellinet; Model #: 524162 The Intellinet Gigabit Ethernet Rackmount Switch, model 524162, offers an array of features while providing superior network throughput. Extreme Flexibility - Twenty-four 10/100/1000 Mbps auto-sensing ports automatically detect optimal network speeds. Extreme Throughput - With a backplane speed of 48 Gbps, there is plenty of performance available for your computers, servers and other networking devices. UPC: 766623524162 SKU: 524162 Brand: Intellinet MPN: 524162 Product Type: Ethernet Switch Power Source: Power Supply Layer Supported: 2 Weight (Approximate): 8.53 lb Form Factor: Rack-mountable Network Technology: 10/100/1000Base-T Brand Name: Intellinet Height: 1.7 Width: 17.3 Depth: 5.1 Manageable: No Compatible Rack Unit: 1U Redundant Power Supply: No Ethernet Technology: Gigabit Ethernet Modular: No Stack Port: No Media Type Supported: Twisted Pair Total Number of Network Ports: 24 PoE (RJ-45) Port: No
  8. I lost all audio on my TX-NR5007 receiver last week. It gave a nasty electronic bzzorrp on power up and I restarted it and it was fine but that was the last time it worked. Last night I luckily surfed directly to this page: Support | Onkyo USA It seems there are many different models that have a defective chip in the network section which will cause a wide variety of problems. Tip of the hat to Onkyo for sending owners a prepaid box to ship this 60 pounder back for service. They have also extended the warranty into 2018 to cover this issue. I bought mine in June of 2010 on Amazon. There is an alternate plan of giving a $225 credit towards new replacement instead of repair. Now to take pictures of the spaghetti. Update: FedEx delivered a box on Monday the 25th and I shipped it back that afternoon. Receiver was back on Wednesday the 27th and seems to be just fine.
  9. I was going through all of the "stuff" I have accumulated over the years and found the original crossover network boards for my Forte II. I had replaced the Klipsch networks with ALK networks a few years back. I have two pairs of Forte II, one from October 1989, WO with brown heather grill cloth and a second pair from June 1992, WO with #19 black grill cloth. I took a good look at the network circuit boards and discovered and the early network board has the tweeter in a "normal" connection configuration and the newer network board has the tweeter in reverse connection configuration. Both boards are etched with the same board number KSC 101. I recall some forum conversation a while back when the network schematic list was being put together, there was an issue with the Forte II network schematic and it was redrawn by one of the forum members. Now I am thinking the schematic is was correct for the early production of the Forte II. Just curious, does anyone know when the network was changed?
  10. The Klipsch crossovers thread is sometimes impossible to find, even when searching this specific forum with the exact title name. This forum software is inept, so I created this post as a pointer to the crossover thread. If you want to see the Klipsch crossover schematic or schematics, then click the link. Hopefully with repeating use of crossover and network, the search will see this thread at least. -------->Klipsch crossovers<-------- A crossover is a passive network that Klipsch uses to make high pass filters and low pass filters in their speakers. The Klipsch crossovers are very good and if you are reading this, and you know anything about searching, this is a good way to make a crossover network pop up. It's pretty frustrating to even have to do this, but it will work. I think passive networks are the same crossover networks that filter high pass and low pass and band pass. These words look a lot like junk. I try not to filter the capacitor, capacitors, inductor, inductors, and other crossover passive components.
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