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Pair of original Cornwall K-600 metal Horns - perfect.

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I have an extra pair of original Klipsch Cornwall k-600 metal horns available in mint condition. These are quite rare. 
 

$150 + shipping

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Why don't you send him a camera, Moray... ;) :D

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Moray, my apologies for the delay. I’m not on here much. Here are additional pics, I actually have two pairs, buyers choice. 

One pair has slightly thicker face flanges at the mouth. Of course as you know, there was variations in the castings over the years. I don’t know the story behind that, but it is true with the k-400’s as well.

 

Best
 

 

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Thanks for posting, can you remove the rubber ring gaskets and provide some back light so that we can see the geometry of the actual throat openings?

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Moray,

 

I’m all over it with my best effort! Hope this helps, difficult to get good pics without special lighting I’m sure. Throats on the k-600 have a nearly, but not quite, rounded entry point moving aggressively to a squared taper.

 

On another point, I’m in need of a new project and I’d like your opinion on a question that I’m sure you can answer.  Should I build a jubilee, an mwm, a California, a University Classic, or Claude’s quarter pie? I’m thinking full range cleanest horn loaded bass down to ~35hz, probably cross at 300-400hz. Unlike the Lascala or Klipschorn that stops horn loading below ~100hz, I’m thinking in terms of best horn loading efficiency between the alternative designs, and the closest to 35hz loading.

 

Thanks Moray!

 

 

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