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#1 chisoxpurdue

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Posted 17 July 2013 - 03:47 PM

Please help identify these speakers. Thanks

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Dumb Chicago Kid with Toys Father's HT System: ASUS CM67030 computer OR Oppo BDP-83 input into a Integra DTC 9.8 running:2 La Scala fronts(Carver M-1.5t) with 2 La Scala Base Sections (Carver M-1.5t); 2 CornScala rears (Carver M-1.5t); 1 Heresy center and 2 "vertical" Heresy side surrounds (Carver A-753x); 1 custom made subwoofer with dual 24" woofers (Carver A-760x). The Kids HT System" Oppo BDP-83 input into a TX-SR707 (as Processor) Carver AV-705x for amp on Forte II center, Chorus IIs mains, KG 2.5 surrounds forte I's in 2-channel with Carver m0.5t and CT26v Quartets in 2 channel with Carver A-400v and CT3EX

#2 HudsonValleyNoah

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Posted 17 July 2013 - 04:12 PM

kp-250 (or 201) sitting on a kp-1000?

Just a guess.



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Heritage 2.2-channel:
Pair of 1986 La Scala LS-BL, SW-12 II (Oak,) SW-15 II (Oak)

"Extended Heritage" HT 5.1:
One pair of 1990 Chorus (WO,) One pair of 1989 Chorus (OO)
One pair of RS-7's, One KLF C7 center (Mahogany) and one Sub-12

Reference HT 5.2:
RF-83's(Cherry,) RF-7's(Cherry,) RF-5's (Black,) RC-64(Black,) RS-7's, RSW-12, Sub-12


#3 chisoxpurdue

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Posted 17 July 2013 - 04:20 PM

Thanks
Dumb Chicago Kid with Toys Father's HT System: ASUS CM67030 computer OR Oppo BDP-83 input into a Integra DTC 9.8 running:2 La Scala fronts(Carver M-1.5t) with 2 La Scala Base Sections (Carver M-1.5t); 2 CornScala rears (Carver M-1.5t); 1 Heresy center and 2 "vertical" Heresy side surrounds (Carver A-753x); 1 custom made subwoofer with dual 24" woofers (Carver A-760x). The Kids HT System" Oppo BDP-83 input into a TX-SR707 (as Processor) Carver AV-705x for amp on Forte II center, Chorus IIs mains, KG 2.5 surrounds forte I's in 2-channel with Carver m0.5t and CT26v Quartets in 2 channel with Carver A-400v and CT3EX

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Posted 17 July 2013 - 05:14 PM

KP-250 and a KP-115 the KP 201 doesn't have ports . http://www.klipsch.com/kp-250 http://www.klipsch.com/kp-115 http://www.klipsch.com/kp-201

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Posted 27 July 2013 - 01:32 AM

check the input cup on the KP115 (KP1000 is same thing), if it has a CX after the name,it has the internal crossover for 150 hz output (for the KP250). I have seen a few of these melted down however, so don't push them too hard. Or biamp the whole thing for better control. I was never a fan of the 115/1000 design, too much port there (the tubes run nearly the entire depth of the cabinet. Just doesn't sound very musical to my ears.

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