How about we all share what we are using to power our Klipsch Loudspeakers

Discussion in 'The Klipsch Korner' started by Brian Tambe, Feb 12, 2018.

  1. Brian Tambe

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    Denon AVR 3300 A/V receiver 105 watts per channel .05 THD 525 total watts
    DTS , DDSC, Dolby Digital , 7.1 Sharc Processer Bad Ass Amp , Denon DCM 360 CD changer , Technics SL-D303 Turntable with Audio Technica VM 740 ML ( micro line stylus ) cartridge , Denon DR M10HR Cassette deck with HX Pro , Klipsch Synergy Series SC-1 center channel Loudspeaker , Klipsch KSW-12 Subwoofer : TV LG OLED 65C7P ( colors are amazing and the blacks are crazy clear ) LG UP970 Ultra HD Player!!
     
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    Mike , look and see if you can find the pic I posted of my gear set up. I wrote a description of what I have but it didn't attach to the photo that I sent. I'm not very good at this uploading pics n stuff , sorry about that
     
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    Running my Klipsch with a set of EL34's
     
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    WOW , what a system you've got. I see you have a pair of KG4's ( Do you love them ? )
    A pair of what looks like Heresy's I's or II's and you'll have to tell me what the tower speakers are , because they don't look like any Klipsch that I'm aware of due to the built in stands being higher than what I'm used to seeing from Klipsch. Nice equipment too. Reel to reel , I have one too , a Sony from 1967 hooked up to a Sony recording amplifier and the main power source is a Harmon Kardon receiver. A Garrard Turntable Model 50 series and a pair of Jensen Delta series speakers. The equipment is in a solid Black Walnut cabinet and the speakers are each in their own Black Walnut cabinets via 1967. My father had this system all put together in Anaheim , California , bought the gear and then had a wood craftsman hand make the cabinet and speaker boxes. I'll take a picture and post it soon , OK? Thanks for sharing your awesome set up , it's quite impressive.
     
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    McIntosh MC2105 running a pair of Cornwalls.
     
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    A pair of Bryson 7Bs driving my 16 ohm K-horns.

    Overkill, I know, but why not?

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    Onkyo Integra TX-65 running a pair of Heresey II speaks
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    My amps that are running my Klipsch 20171125_171218.jpg 20171125_171241.jpg
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    I'll wait for the pics to come :lurk:
     
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    This little beauty. :)
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    I am using a pair of McIntosh MC30s circa 1960 and a MAC C28 pre to drive LaScala Industrials with Crites crossovers and bass speaker replacements. Waiting for a pair of Belles to arrive.



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    Not my image, but exactly what I have including the case. :thumbsup:


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    Some sweet looking retro receivers, thx everyone! I particularly love the tone and mode controls.

    By contrast, It’s hard getting excited excited about much of today’s more minimalist gear.
     
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    At different times over the decades the Fortes my son now has have been powered by (in order) an Adcom GFA-535 (when my buddy first bought them (speakers and amp), a Pioneer M90 Reference (my amp, his speakers), and a B&K ST-202 (my amp both when he still owned the speakers and after he gave them to my son). They are currently fed by another GFA-535. I have toyed with the idea of bi-amping them since I have the pair of GFAs.

    The KG 5.5s I have have been powered by the same sans the Pioneer (long gone). Same idea of bi-amping.
     
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  19. darkblue94

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    There are some fine vintage receivers being shown for sure but I fail to see anything that's "retro." :confused:
     
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    I stand corrected, Vintage receivers :)
     
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