Originally Posted by Done Deal DR
Nice room, the KLF's should be a substantial upgrade!
Thanks. Indeed it is a substantial upgrade for beer budget:)
Originally Posted by Fastslappy
Looks GREAT ! Those look brand New !
Report back on the SQ difference
I still can't believe these speakers are at least 12yrs old as they look new.
Originally Posted by Rhetor
Nice, Cowboys, really nice.
Now, if you went back and got those KLF 20s too . . .
His 20's actually look newer than the 10's. Oh well, I am quite happy with the 10's.
Originally Posted by malmstump
dude ,impressive .
cowboys your setup is awsome man ,looks so much better than with the polks .
the klf''s look brand new for sure and i can't wait to hear your commens after you have the house to yourself and crank 'em ...hehehehh
cheers and congrads again man:D
I bought these for movie but threw in some heavy bass, instrumental, vocal/jazz music earlier today, cranked it up to reference level with just 2 channel stereo, it surely did put a BIG SMILE on my face. Voice are loud and clear, treble are loud and high, and bass was thumping. Very very happy with my set up now.
Wonder why Klipsch didn't keep the same horn horizontal orientation for the center. Audessey sets my KLF10's full band (large) and my C7 small/60 Hz crossover. I changed my 10's to small/60hz and raise my C7 to 80Hz Xover. I am still experimenting with the Xover. Since they are high sensitivity speakers, Audessey sets my three front level at -10dbs.