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Old 01-13-2016, 01:34 AM   #21
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Wow, what a work of art. What preamp are you going to pair with that beast?
The music is gonna sound amazing. Congrats.
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Wow, what a work of art. What preamp are you going to pair with that beast?
The music is gonna sound amazing. Congrats.
Thanks. I'll be using a Yamaha CX-1000. I will eventually upgrade to a Parasound JC2. I think John Curl & Nelson Pass would play very nicely together.
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Thanks. I'll be using a Yamaha CX-1000. I will eventually upgrade to a Parasound JC2. I think John Curl & Nelson Pass would play very nicely together.
Nice, haven't heard that combo yet but the JC2 is awesome. The preamp was the best purchase I ever made and really made my listening experience much better.

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Nice, haven't heard that combo yet but the JC2 is awesome. The preamp was the best purchase I ever made and really made my listening experience much better.

You got awesome gear Rpatt
You have some amazing equipment as well. I have no experience with Audio Research but have heard nothing but good things about their equipment. Might have to look into that. Is that an SP-16?
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I got a tip for a great website from the Parasound thread at AVS. It is Safe and Sound and they are an authorized dealer for all of the brands that they sell. I bought a black B-Stock Parasound JC2 BP with full warranty and free lifetime tech support for less than the used ones I was watching on eBay, with free shipping as well. This is the link and photo of the preamp.

http://www.safeandsoundhq.com/

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I got a tip for a great website from the Parasound thread at AVS. It is Safe and Sound and they are an authorized dealer for all of the brands that they sell. I bought a black B-Stock Parasound JC2 BP with full warranty and free lifetime tech support for less than the used ones I was watching on eBay, with free shipping as well. This is the link and photo of the preamp.

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We'll I don't have a Pass Amplifier, but I went to Tallahassee today and picked up my amp. I thought I was getting a B&K Reference 200.5....what I got was a B&K Reference 200.7 THX!!!!!

It has a 200.5 face plate...but the amp is a 200.7!!!!!





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We'll I don't have a Pass Amplifier, but I went to Tallahassee today and picked up my amp. I thought I was getting a B&K Reference 200.5....what I got was a B&K Reference 200.7 THX!!!!!

It has a 200.5 face plate...but the amp is a 200.7!!!!!





Now it's time to edit my signature!!!!!!
Cool! Nice surprise.
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Wow, that's a nice present to yourself: congrats!

You will most likely get the most out of it by upgrading from Klipsch speakers, but that's another adventure!
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Wow, that's a nice present to yourself: congrats!

You will most likely get the most out of it by upgrading from Klipsch speakers, but that's another adventure!
I've had Snell, VPMS, and others in the past. I think I'm staying with these Cornwalls for quite a while (they have passed the Snells as the main's I've kept the longest). The Corns are not your run of the mill Corns. They have specialized ALK crossovers, refitted tweeters and added super-tweets, along with other mods. When Chris38 came over my house - he told me he's heard Klipsch before and he said "those don't sound like ordinary Klipsch". They don't possess that harshness that others complain about. The B&K almost sounds tube like...different from the Adcom (which was no slouch itself).
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Wow, that's a nice present to yourself: congrats!

You will most likely get the most out of it by upgrading from Klipsch speakers, but that's another adventure!
if i ever upgraded...it would more than likely be a Volti Audio speaker or some type of Volti modification.
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Heritage Klipsch are not everyone's cup of tea but I've had mine for almost 30 years and will never part with them.
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Heritage Klipsch are not everyone's cup of tea but I've had mine for almost 30 years and will never part with them.
There's a thing out there about horns in general - but especially Klipsch - you either love them or hate them. I was there too, but of all the speakers I've ever owned....I always found myself back at Klipsch for some reason. I've owned about 5 pairs of Heresy's in my life, a pair of Tangent 50's, almost a pair of La Scala's (wife called that off), and the Cornwalls. I've kept the Corns longer than any single main speaker I've owned (Snell was the longest before that). I've done the mini monitor thing and the ones I owned were not cheap (Bag End M6 at about $1k for each speaker - special finish), Snells - large and small (E's, J's, and K's), Def Tech, VMPS, B&W, Yamaha NS-1000's, Large AR's, Infinity Kappas, Paradigm, Polk SRS-SDA, the list goes on. I always find myself back at a horn speaker.

I've learned a few things since my early Klipsch, and the annoyance that came with them (the honk sound), I've learned to eliminate. It think a speaker needs the right synergy to sound good. It's about system. My Snell's did well until I deadened the room. I've heard plenty of ML's (the CLS II's were actually a dream speaker for me ....not so much now). Being a music and movie lover - the Heritage system works best for me... and that's what really matters....right?
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There's a thing out there about horns in general - but especially Klipsch - you either love them or hate them. I was there too, but of all the speakers I've ever owned....I always found myself back at Klipsch for some reason. I've owned about 5 pairs of Heresy's in my life, a pair of Tangent 50's, almost a pair of La Scala's (wife called that off), and the Cornwalls. I've kept the Corns longer than any single main speaker I've owned (Snell was the longest before that). I've done the mini monitor thing and the ones I owned were not cheap (Bag End M6 at about $1k for each speaker - special finish), Snells - large and small (E's, J's, and K's), Def Tech, VMPS, B&W, Yamaha NS-1000's, Large AR's, Infinity Kappas, Paradigm, Polk SRS-SDA, the list goes on. I always find myself back at a horn speaker.

I've learned a few things since my early Klipsch, and the annoyance that came with them (the honk sound), I've learned to eliminate. It think a speaker needs the right synergy to sound good. It's about system. My Snell's did well until I deadened the room. I've heard plenty of ML's (the CLS II's were actually a dream speaker for me ....not so much now). Being a music and movie lover - the Heritage system works best for me... and that's what really matters....right?
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There's a thing out there about horns in general - but especially Klipsch - you either love them or hate them. I was there too, but of all the speakers I've ever owned....I always found myself back at Klipsch for some reason. I've owned about 5 pairs of Heresy's in my life, a pair of Tangent 50's, almost a pair of La Scala's (wife called that off), and the Cornwalls. I've kept the Corns longer than any single main speaker I've owned (Snell was the longest before that). I've done the mini monitor thing and the ones I owned were not cheap (Bag End M6 at about $1k for each speaker - special finish), Snells - large and small (E's, J's, and K's), Def Tech, VMPS, B&W, Yamaha NS-1000's, Large AR's, Infinity Kappas, Paradigm, Polk SRS-SDA, the list goes on. I always find myself back at a horn speaker.

I've learned a few things since my early Klipsch, and the annoyance that came with them (the honk sound), I've learned to eliminate. It think a speaker needs the right synergy to sound good. It's about system. My Snell's did well until I deadened the room. I've heard plenty of ML's (the CLS II's were actually a dream speaker for me ....not so much now). Being a music and movie lover - the Heritage system works best for me... and that's what really matters....right?
It was love at first audition for me. I heard the KHorn, for the first time, in the late 70's at my audio dealers house. It was his personal setup. I miss those days when you were on a first name basis with your audio dealer. I had JBL L150 speakers at the time and I swore I would upgrade to KHorns. It took 10 years but I followed through and after the recent extensive mods I made, they are refreshed, brought up to 21st century standards and here to stay.
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It was love at first audition for me. I heard the KHorn, for the first time, in the late 70's at my audio dealers house. It was his personal setup. I miss those days when you were on a first name basis with your audio dealer. I had JBL L150 speakers at the time and I swore I would upgrade to KHorns. It took 10 years but I followed through and after the recent extensive mods I made, they are refreshed, brought up to 21st century standards and here to stay.
Your K-Horns are special as well!!!! Believe me when I say that I've gone through my share of speakers and technologies !!!! I think the Corns are staying until I pass away.
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You have some amazing equipment as well. I have no experience with Audio Research but have heard nothing but good things about their equipment. Might have to look into that. Is that an SP-16?
Thanks, mine is the SP17 and I heard a lot of things about the SP16. Congrats on the JC2 and wow, you will be enjoying those toys for awhile. Pull out all your favourite music along with the wine and cheese and enjoy!

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Your K-Horns are special as well!!!! Believe me when I say that I've gone through my share of speakers and technologies !!!! I think the Corns are staying until I pass away.
May have spoken too soon...an opportunity may present itself in the next few months to snag a pair of Klipschorns cheap!!!! We'll see.
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May have spoken too soon...an opportunity may present itself in the next few months to snag a pair of Klipschorns cheap!!!! We'll see.
Nice! Keep us posted.
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Nice! Keep us posted.
Sorry for jacking your thread. I just realized that....however - it will keep the thread nice and alive until you can see that monster of an amp that you've purchased!!!! You must have a lot of patience to have that type of gear waiting, but the job requires you to be half way around the world!!!! I know how it is - I used to miss quite a few things when I was in the military.
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