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Heresy IIs now in living room.

La Scalas with MWMs as the woofer section in the larger fun room.

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I have had 2 sets of Cornwalls, which sounded nice. They were older model 1s and the "1.5s" . My Altecs for me were in a different league in my space, much clearer but very picky with recordings but you heard much deeper into a recording. My 402s with clone bins are amazing, but i dont use the standard drivers... So happy Klipsch developed this speaker, it can compare with speakers costing amounts that are ridiculous......

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1979 K horns in living room- vinyl, & streaming

1982 Cornwall’s- Dad borrowing- vinyl & tuner

1984 Heresy’s w/two KSW15 AVR duty (WAF)
1990 La Scala’s in man cave- vinyl & cd’s

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Had:

Heresy 1.5s

Heresy 2s

Super Heresy 

Forte 1

Forte 2 (x2)

Chorus 1

La Scala

Belle

Klipschorn

 

Still have:

kp260

Forte 2

Shorthorn (x2)

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I don't think I have the memory cells left for this
Quartets
Forte IIs
Chorus IIs
Academy (ies)
LaScalas twice
Belles x7
Klipschorns twice
KP101s
KG 1.5s
Heresy several versions
KIO-650
Cornwall IIIs in triplicate
Jubilees
PC speakers

Current stock
KP101s
KG 1.5s
KIO-650
Cornwall IIIs in triplicate
Jubilees

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42 minutes ago, USNRET said:

I don't think I have the memory cells left for this
Quartets
Forte IIs
Chorus IIs
Academy (ies)
LaScalas twice
Belles x7
Klipschorns twice
KP101s
KG 1.5s
Heresy several versions
KIO-650
Cornwall IIIs in triplicate
Jubilees
PC speakers

Current stock
KP101s
KG 1.5s
KIO-650
Cornwall IIIs in triplicate
Jubilees

 

 

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Klipsch speakers In use:

Patio

AW 650s

 

Kid’s HT setup

RW-10

 

Main HT setup

Cornwalls WO “1.5s” Fronts

Heresy II WOL Center

(2.2-Secondary system connected)

La Scalas BB AL-3

RW-8 x2

 

Main 2-ch system

Klipschorns WO AA

Cornwalls WO

Heresy II’s WO Signature Edition

 

Richard

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I have my fathers Forte 1s that I installed crites crossovers in, changed out tweeters to Dave as lmahl tweeters and had the grills covered in beautiful cane. These are my mains. Last year I bought a beater series of heresys and converted those to super hearesys and also revenered them and added cane grills to match my fortes - these are used as rear surrounds.and I also have a klipsch 450ca center Channel speaker

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Have:

Klipschorns

Belles

RB81

KLF30

KLF10

KLF-C7

KG1.5

RP-500SA

RP-140SA

Chorus II

Cornwall verticals

 

Had:

Heresies

Chorus I

Forte II

KP201

Academy

KG1

KG2

KG3

KG4

KG3.2

KG5.2

KG1.5

KG2.5

KG3.5

KG4.5

KG5.5

KLF20

RF7

Some others that I am forgetting

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Cornwall's, oak oil w/ cane grilles, 2-channel (sold)

Klipschorn's, oak oil w/ black grilles, front L & R (sold)

Belle Klipsch (single), oak lacquer w/ black grille,  center speaker w/ k-horns (sold)

Heresy II's, oak oil w/ black grilles, rear surround speakers w/ k-horns/belle in front (sold)

La Scala II's, walnut lacquer, black grilles, 2-channel (sold)

Pro Media GMX A-2.1's, silver, desktop (only the sub survives, and is used with Vizio soundbase in wife's living room a/v rig)

Pro Media Ultra 2.0's, silver w/ silver grilles, desktop, (volume control went bad, replaced w/ Bose Companion 2's)

RF-82's, black vinyl w/ black grilles, 2-channel (sold)

Cornwall IV's, cherry with funky silver/black grilles, 2-channel (current)

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KSB 1.1's.
One SW8 II.
One pair of KSF 8.5's.
Two 1979 Super Heresy!

A pair of Epic CF3's V1.0.

A sequential pair of R-14M's.

A super nice pair of KP-3002's.

A matched serial pair of KP-101's.

2 sequentially numbered pairs of KG4's.

A pair of KPT-100 taken from a theater in Gainesville.

A pair of KP-1000's, modified into 2-way garage speakers.
A perfect pair of 1977 ‘Heresy E’ export model "H-WO", laser emblems.

 

I've not yet sold any Klipsches, much to the chagrin and consternation of the Mrs.

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My Klipsch list is short

 

Palladium P38f P27c P17b P312s

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8 minutes ago, Ceptorman said:

My Klipsch list is short

 

Palladium P38f P27c P17b P312s

 

That's not short one inch.  Winnah!

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1990 Klipsch Chorus II's fully upgraded with Crites crossovers and titanium diaphragms. Had new grills custom made by Ralph at Duracrest.

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KG4s - Sold

SW8 - traded in to get Chorus IIs

Academy (2) - traded in to get Chorus IIs (dumb move on my part!)

Quartets - Sold

Chorus IIs - sold to get KT-THX package (really dumb move on my part!)

KT-THX package - still own.  For sale or I'll pass it along to our kids

KSP C6 and pair of S6 surrounds - sold

Quartets - still own another pair

KPT - 904s - (3) LCRs in home theater

5800s - 2 in wall for surrounds

5800s - 4 in ceiling for Atmos

KG .5s - rears in home theater

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KSB 1.1

RF-5 plus center and back speakers

KLF-30

KV-4

KSP-C6 

KSP-400

RF-7II

1994 CHORUS II with Bob Crites titanium tweeters and new old stock Klipsch mids.

There will be new Bass drivers soon , from Faital. Thanks to Partsexpress👍

High end caps from Germany, Denmark and Kina🛍️

 

 

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