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  1. Pair of Heresy HIP $400 for the pair. I can ship if applicable. Serial numbers 3671, 3672 HIE Crossover with Crites components K-42-EV - to spec K-55-V - to spec K-77-M (both need new diaphragm) All case components are there and intact. Normal signs of wear and use on the wood. Basically, this is a rebuild thats been sitting a couple years and I figure there are others who would enjoy these more than me.
  2. Just to share my experience. I just replaced my K-77M driver-to-horn gasket with the "Garlock Style 3000 Blue-gard compressed non-asbestos" sheet gasketing (1/32 inch thickness). I could hear the improvement especially (at least to my hearing) it eliminates the high-end distortion that usually heard whenever I maximised the treble gain on my pre-amp (I'm using VTA-12 tubes pre amp). Does anybody has the same experience by replacing their K-77 driver-to-horn gaskets especially when there are NO aftermarket gaskets for K-77M driver-to-horn? My Cornwalll is the 1981 version with all original stocks and Bob Crites' B2 crossovers inside. Cheers, Jimmy
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