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thanks for reviving it an showing off your wonderful setup. 

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Looks good but man those mains need to come out from the wall about a foot. They are gonna suffocate in there.

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Looks good but man those mains need to come out from the wall about a foot. They are gonna suffocate in there.

I agree but then they are oddy half way in the room. I run the fronts set as large and can feel tons of air pushing out the ports. I have moved them 18" from the wall and they do sound better. I have heard from someone at Klipsch that plugging the ports will help tremendously.

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Here is my Quarter pie theater, the pics have been in the Quarter Pie thread but I will put them here as well for those who don't frequent that sectiopn of the forum) The pics are of the front three, I have two more QPs for surround left/right, and KPT-100s for rear (though they are currently disconnected, they just can't really hand with the big boys).

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New cabinet made just for Academy

 

That's the same idea I want to build whenever I switch TV's, only a little bigger for a Forte ll in the cabinet, thanks.

 

Nice looking room and cool rug. :emotion-21:

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Nice tv stand. B)

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Here is my Quarter pie theater, the pics have been in the Quarter Pie thread but I will put them here as well for those who don't frequent that sectiopn of the forum) The pics are of the front three, I have two more QPs for surround left/right, and KPT-100s for rear (though they are currently disconnected, they just can't really hand with the big boys).

 

 

Now that is cool, love the idea.

 

I have thought if I ever switch from the Forte ll setup I would do similar, just a single mwm bin and maby a 510 horn for the center to match the 402's. The rears is where I would have a big problem, unless I could get by with the fortes, that's all the room I have for the back and they even have to be up my the ceiling pointing down.

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Here is my Quarter pie theater, the pics have been in the Quarter Pie thread but I will put them here as well for those who don't frequent that sectiopn of the forum) The pics are of the front three, I have two more QPs for surround left/right, and KPT-100s for rear (though they are currently disconnected, they just can't really hand with the big boys).

 

 

Now that is cool, love the idea.

 

I have thought if I ever switch from the Forte ll setup I would do similar, just a single mwm bin and maby a 510 horn for the center to match the 402's. The rears is where I would have a big problem, unless I could get by with the fortes, that's all the room I have for the back and they even have to be up my the ceiling pointing down.

Thanks! This is all down in my basement and it is a big open space, so lots of room to place big speakers.

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here is where i go to escape

 

Very nice setup and room.  Looks like a great escape plan to me. :P

 

Here is my Quarter pie theater

 

This is the first quater pie system that I have seen.  Very impressive.  I see they are used for more than movies. :)

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Looks good but man those mains need to come out from the wall about a foot. They are gonna suffocate in there.

I agree but then they are oddy half way in the room. I run the fronts set as large and can feel tons of air pushing out the ports. I have moved them 18" from the wall and they do sound better. I have heard from someone at Klipsch that plugging the ports will help tremendously.

 

 

6 to 8 inches might be enough?

Also, if it were me... I'd lower the TV and center speaker a bit.  They seem high to me.  The speaker could cover  part of the hole in the wall without any real downside.

Nice seats! I'd try moving them forward about a foot.  Too close to the back wall might not be optimal and it looks like you have a little space to give.

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Here is my Quarter pie theater, the pics have been in the Quarter Pie thread but I will put them here as well for those who don't frequent that sectiopn of the forum) The pics are of the front three, I have two more QPs for surround left/right, and KPT-100s for rear (though they are currently disconnected, they just can't really hand with the big boys).

 

Very nice, but I doubt the KPT-100 can't manage.  (1) There's never that much surround content. (2) There are Cinema speakers after all, with 113 dB maximum output at 1m; that's only down 8 dB from Klipschorns. (3) I use them with Klipschorns and they manage for me!

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Wow, this thread got forgotten...

 

Nice tv stand. B)

 

 

Optical illusion.  The La Scala is flush with the wall.  The TV is on a wall bracket.  But thanks!

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Here is my Quarter pie theater, the pics have been in the Quarter Pie thread but I will put them here as well for those who don't frequent that sectiopn of the forum) The pics are of the front three, I have two more QPs for surround left/right, and KPT-100s for rear (though they are currently disconnected, they just can't really hand with the big boys).

 

Very nice, but I doubt the KPT-100 can't manage.  (1) There's never that much surround content. (2) There are Cinema speakers after all, with 113 dB maximum output at 1m; that's only down 8 dB from Klipschorns. (3) I use them with Klipschorns and they manage for me!

It is not a volume issue.It is a quality/clarity issue. They muddy the sound.

They are nice little speakers and worked fine in my previous setup, but the QP setup is really amazing.

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Here is my Quarter pie theater, the pics have been in the Quarter Pie thread but I will put them here as well for those who don't frequent that sectiopn of the forum) The pics are of the front three, I have two more QPs for surround left/right, and KPT-100s for rear (though they are currently disconnected, they just can't really hand with the big boys).

 

Very nice, but I doubt the KPT-100 can't manage.  (1) There's never that much surround content. (2) There are Cinema speakers after all, with 113 dB maximum output at 1m; that's only down 8 dB from Klipschorns. (3) I use them with Klipschorns and they manage for me!

 

It is not a volume issue.It is a quality/clarity issue. They muddy the sound.

They are nice little speakers and worked fine in my previous setup, but the QP setup is really amazing.

 

 

Ok then.  Did you do the crossover mod to remove the X-Curve?

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Yeah, it's dark... black everything except the occasional copper.  Looks better in person. Still building, bear with me.  :) 

 

 

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