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I agree. I do not like speakers with crossovers, tweeters atc... Gustavo
fullrangeman, your position on this is well known around these parts (and differs from mine) but I was curious how you feel about planars?
I had limited time at the show and missed that room. The Classic Audio room had the best horns that I did get to hear though. These look real nice.
Even if they keep the Klipsch name it will meet the same fate as Pyle driver, Aragon, Infinity, AR, you name it. It will disappear or become a schlock sucker brand.
Hi Doug:Thanks for the Volti suggestion. Yes, I have looked into the line. Must be good from the reports I hear. A friend of mine went from the Mark Levinson HQD system - stacked Quad 57s with Decca ribbon tweeter, and 4 18" Hartely sub woofers in giant acoustic suspension boxes that were 6 feet tall, to a pair of Klipsch Corner Horns. Go figure. He had lined the cabinets with lead sheets, puddied the outside of the horns to dampen them and reworked the crossover. If his neighbors got too loud with their music he would play the Sheffield Drum record at ear splitting volumes to say hello. Rocket_Get Me Some K-Horns_Ronny
No! The Klipsch RF-63 and RF-83 are the only speakers with a crossover that are acceptable.Steve
pray tell then, what are the speakers in your avatar photo - or was that sarcasm?
I agree. I do not like speakers with crossovers, tweeters atc... But the Klipsch RF-63 and RF-83 are the only exceptions
Krell and Mark Levinson now are made in China.
as are I think, many of the computers, tablets and smart phones upon which we fritter away our time chatterboxing on the subject - does the country of manufacture guarantee anything, or is it the design & production QC?It guarantees some American is getting a pay check and that's important to me.Doc
as are I think, many of the computers, tablets and smart phones upon which we fritter away our time chatterboxing on the subject - does the country of manufacture guarantee anything, or is it the design & production QC?
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