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Found 9 results

  1. pup.biz

    WTB: KG4 Woofer (K-8-K) !!

    Hi there! First post here. Just picked up a beautiful pair of KG4s, brought them home... and what would you know my receiver is acting up. I was fiddling with it to try and figure out what was wrong, heard a loud pop, and when I later tested the speakers with a friend's functional Yamaha receiver one of the drivers had no sound coming out. So I'm desperately looking for a K8K Replacement! I have seen threads where people suggest clones, but haven't heard back about any experiences and would really rather keep them OEM. Does anyone have any K8Ks lying around or know where to get some? Worst case scenario, anyone have experiences with whether the 'clones' are up to par? Really want to get these amazing speakers back to working condition. Thanks!
  2. I currently own a set of RB-35s. I'd like to build up my audio with a set of fronts and a center to compliment these. I know I probably need a good sub as well. Would like to keep total cost below $500 if possible. Also, I live on Eastern Shore of Maryland - Would prefer the speakers to be local, drop-off or picked up (I'm willing to drive a few hours if the deal is right) Let me know what you have! I'm still learning so if you offer I may do some research or post another thread in the HT to make sure the speakers will work for my setup. Thanks for your patience with me and consideration in the sale! Cheers, Logan
  3. I am in search of a mint pair of Cornwalls in the Oiled Walnut finish in the TX area. If you have a pair in great shape that you are looking to part with, please reach out. Thanks!
  4. samrosenb

    WTB: Academy

    EDIT: FOUND ONE. Thanks all for the help! I'm looking for an Academy to go along with my Heresy IIs. Ideally local pickup in the NYC area, but willing to pay for shipping. Color/finish is less important than overall condition, but black would be best. Thanks!
  5. vnzbd

    WTB KG 5.5s in South FL

    I am trying to track down a pair of KG 5.5s for a friend. South FL location a big plus! Must be mechanically sound, no finish preference. Thanks, Mike
  6. So after completing a few extra jobs as well as off-loading some stuff, I find that I have a little extra cash to upgrade some components of my systems. I normally listen to my turntable but thought it time to get a proper CD player (as I'm just using a JVC DVD player that I picked up at a thrift store). Now, I want to add that I am usually pretty skeptical of CD player upgrades because I don't really know what I'm getting into. For me, the difference between a nice turntable with a great cartridge against a junk table has been night and day. I don't know if I've heard a CD player that has provided me the same difference. That being said, I'd like to lean on some of you here that probably have more experience in the CD player department. While I don't know much, I know that part of what you're paying for when you're buying a CD player is the DAC, and that some players are known to have much better DACs than others. This is where I could use some help because I know absolutely nothing about that stuff. BRASS TAX: So, I'd like to buy a used CD player below $300. That's not a lot, but I got other things in mind for the money too. Questions: What are some nice brands and models I should be looking into for that kind of money? I've heard Rotel and Adcom are good. I know Marantz to have made great vintage receivers, but that's about it. What should I be looking for? Am I hopeless if i don't have an external DAC? My current power sources are a Marantz 2230 and Sansui AU-717.
  7. I'm looking for a pair of Heresys, originals or Heresy II. I'm in the Kansas City metro area and I'm willing to pay $400. Thanks!
  8. Restoring old Klipschorn AA crossovers and need metal label tags. My old ones have faded. If you have some extra you are willing to sell ....please let me know. Thanks, James
  9. I am looking for a pair of Vintage Heritage or 3 way Klipsch for a 2 Channel living room system. I'm looking at the older models to stay within my budget. I am willing to drive from Cincinnati, OH.
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