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Get the 7u from ty and if you don't like it, use the return ... Myraj
Thanks for your response. yes, i know about 20 day trial per ... Ihcho
I haven't listened to both, but have owned my klf-20's for s ... Vman71
Can it be done easy to upgrade the crossover network? how mu ... Ihcho
Ihcho, i have a 40 watt intergrated tube amp, the jor and h ... Bartokfan
Ihcho, i too have the klf-c7 as my center with the klf-20's ... Vman71
A 50 watt integrated tube amp will drive the 7us just fine. ... Drseid
Many thanks for the reply. my amp is yaqin mc10l. they sell ... Ihcho
Bartok, how does your post address ihcho's original question ... Audiofeil
Ok, so you already have the klf-20's it sounds like. yamaha ... jk@
I own many klipsch speakers and am very fond of klipsch as t ... jk@
Jk, since you own two sets of klf-20’s, one stock and one w ... Vman71
I'm a bit taken back by your response. You loose some respect and credibility with me when you choose to call someone stupid and such. There is no need for
I am a member of the Klipsch forum. We all don't agree on the same things even there as you well know. The majority users there like the changes the crossovers provide. Some have said it's a nice subtle improvement, some say it's a huge improvement. I try not to give my personal opinions too much on such matters (gets some folks upset) as the crossovers because I don't feel that the improvement was as big of a difference as some had claimed. The difference between both my KLF-20's are more subtle improvements than I expected. It has been pointed out many times by others that it will be more subtle improvements with better equipment and larger improvements with lesser quality equipment. In my case it's more subtle, as I am running them on some expensive gear. It's not enough in my case to have the crossovers done on my second pair, and yes... I'm fine with how the stock crossovers sound on that pair.
No one always agress on everything, especially not in audio. It is all subjective. I certainly don't agree with the majority of the Klipsch forum members who feel the Klipschorn's are by far superior than the Klipsch RF-7's! I have both and they both are my most favorite speakers out of the complete Klipsch line, and both can do things the other can't. We all like different things, have different ideas and such, so there is no need to be hostile just because I'm giving some reflection of my own personal opinion, and I'm more of a minority on the Klipsch forum than how the masses feel and think as you can see. Doesn't mean I am right or you are wrong.
I have no doubt in my mind how you feel the improvements are creditable and I won't argue with you about that, no need to, but saying that upgrading the
klipsch crossovers is an absolute must is just misleading information. They do sound good as they are, and as I said before, it will do anyone well until they have the funds to seek your service to take the speakers to the next level. It's just not an "absolute must" as you said to upgrade for them to be listenable. It gives the wrong impression of these fine speakers.
I wish you well and have a good week.
I've decided to go for taylo 7u. nobody so far has been able ... Ihcho
hi jk, you might be misinterppreting vman71. he did not cal ... Aktchi
Hello jk. i have to respectfully disagree with you. and tota ... Lonestarblues
Aktchi, thanks for the info and clearing that up for me! app ... jk@