From Norman Tracy,
"Before you are done with this series I would like to hear how in the Klipsch and GR crossovers baffle step correction is accomplished."
Baffle step correction/compensation is a bit of mystery to most of us. I second the request.
We would also enjoy hearing your strategy and opinions on floor bounce for those who live in the Monitor world. We know there are controlled directivity designs out there ie Line Source & CBT arrays.
I have enjoyed both. However, most of us are size regulated to monitors, Floor standing monitors etc. The side to side dispersion patterns are understood by many of us. Dealing with floor cancellations and bumps. Not so easy.
The Klipsch 600 project is a great one. Affordable and a great size. Hope they sound amazing & can't wait to read Jon's thoughts on them with the upgrades.
Personally I've been wondering how you could take the new Klipsch Forte to new heights. Almost bought a pair of those a few months back to send your way. I have a sweet affection for horns after living with Altec's for a few years. The new Forte looks like a good starting platform/price point for regular DIY upgrade folk. Especially if buying used.
With a bit of No-Rez and crossover upgrades, might end up with something really special for working class money.