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My Project just got cancelled and I don't have room due to remodel, must sell all these components! $320 Unfinished wood tractrix style horns, sanded and unfinished, ready for 1" or 2" drivers - They are: The openings are 24" x 9" or 10-3/4" overall height They are 14-1/4" deep The driver opening is 2-1/8" tall by 2" wide $160 Beautiful walnut stained 3/4" Baltic birch bass bins, 24"x 24"x 24" HORN BOXES - THE FACE REMOVES! $100 SOLID BRASS FEET (6) - Triple point supports to single point contact, heavy $120 Make offers - some ship easy, some not so easy! All shipping costs will be quoted before we settle on final price - I'm in west suburbs of Chicago - thanks!
I recently acquired a pair of the Klipsch KG 5.5 speakers in 9.5/10 condition at a garage sale for $200 bucks for the pair! A friggin steal! However as i cranked them up i heard a loud buzzing in the woofer. Upon further research it seems that other people have this same problem with the KG series. The speakers turn 20 this August 27th, so they are old and people have said that with age there will be loose crap under the dust cap that causes the loud and annoying vibrations that i hear when i turn them up to medium volumes. So far I'm going to buy some replacement Titanium Dome Diagaphrams for the tweeters from bob crites, and I'm looking for a good replacement woofer. I know somebody makes a replacement woofer specifically for the KG series listed here. http://www.ebay.com/itm/160962694691?_trksid=p5197.c0.m619 Looking at the specs they don't give you any frequency response graphs, so i decided that i will probably use this woofer https://www.parts-express.com/goldwood-gw-10pc-8-10-heavy-duty-woofer-8-ohm--290-324 The sensitivity and impedance of this woofer is the same as the replacement one so it should work, and the reviews say its great. Does anybody have any thoughts or opinions on this, or any upgrade ideas to make my KG 5.5's even better?