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and: Another Stereo Power Amplifier, Integrated Amplifier, or Receiver Wanted

 

 

STEVE & DORA'S HOME THEATER

 

Click the following links to view the new components we added to our home theater system as of April 24, 2004

 

High Definition Television/Monitor - Sony XBR Grand Wega 70-inch Digital Wide-Screen Rear Projection LCD HDTV - KDF-70XBR950

 

7.1 Channel Audio/Video Receivers - Pioneer VSX-1015TX  (1 in each of the 3 theater rooms as Pre-Amplifiers for 4 Power Amplifiers)

 

 

Additionally, our 7.1 digital home theater/whole-house stereo sound system currently consists of the following:

 

SPEAKERS - Klipsch Heritage series floor-standing loudspeakers (47 matched pairs), center channel speakers, and powered subwoofers:

 

1974 Klipsch - Cornwall

15" woofers - 3-way - front ported bass reflex - 100.2 dB @ 1w/1m - Walnut Oiled - type C-WO-15

 

1975 Klipsch - Heresy

12" woofers - 3-way - acoustic suspension - 96 dB @ 1w/1m - Walnut Lacquer - type HWL

 

1976 Klipsch - Klipschorn

15" woofers - 3-way - folded-horn - 105 dB @ 1w/1m 121 dB SPL - Style B - Walnut Oiled - type KB-WO - Fully horn-loaded 52" x 31.25" x 28.5" - 167 pound each cabinet (sometimes referred to as K-horn, Corner-Horn, Khorn, Corner Horn, K Horn, Cornerhorn, Klipsch Horn, or Corner Speakers).

 

1976 Klipsch - Klipschorn

15" woofers - 3-way - folded-horn - 105 dB @ 1w/1m 121 dB SPL - Style C - Birch Raw - type KC-BR - Fully horn-loaded 52" x 31.25" x 28.5" - 167 pound each cabinet (sometimes referred to as K-horn, Corner-Horn, Khorn, Corner Horn, K Horn, Cornerhorn, Klipsch Horn, or Corner Speakers).

 

1976 Klipsch - Cornwall

15" woofers - 3-way - front ported bass reflex - 100.2 dB @ 1w/1m - Birch Raw - type CWO

 

1976 Klipsch - Cornwall

15" woofers - 3-way - front ported bass reflex - 100.2 dB @ 1w/1m - Birch Raw - type CD-BR

 

1977 Klipsch - Heresy

12" woofers - 3-way - acoustic suspension - 96 dB @ 1w/1m - Mahogany Lacquer - type HML

 

1977 Klipsch - Heresy

12" woofers - 3-way - acoustic suspension - 96 dB @ 1w/1m - Walnut Oiled - type HWO

 

1977 Klipsch - Heresy

12" woofers - 3-way - acoustic suspension - 96 dB @ 1w/1m - Birch Raw - type HD-BR

 

1978 Klipsch - Klipschorn

15" woofers - 3-way - folded-horn - 105 dB @ 1w/1m 121 dB SPL - Style B - Walnut Oiled - type KB-WO - Fully horn-loaded 52" x 31.25" x 28.5" - 167 pound each cabinet (sometimes referred to as K-horn, Corner-Horn, Khorn, Corner Horn, K Horn, Cornerhorn, Klipsch Horn, or Corner Speakers).

 

1978 Klipsch - La Scala 

15" woofers - 3-way - folded-horn - 104 dB @ 1w/1m 121 dB SPL - Birch Raw - type LS-BR - Fully horn-loaded

 

1979 Klipsch - Klipschorn

15" woofers - 3-way - folded-horn - 105 dB @ 1w/1m 121 dB SPL - Style C - Birch Raw - type KC-BR Fully horn-loaded 52" x 31.25" x 28.5" - 167 pound each cabinet (sometimes referred to as K-horn, Corner-Horn, Khorn, Corner Horn, K Horn, Cornerhorn, Klipsch Horn, or Corner Speakers).

 

1979 Klipsch - Heresy

12" woofers - 3-way - acoustic suspension - 96 dB @ 1w/1m - Birch Raw - type HBR

 

1980 Klipsch - Heresy

12" woofers - 3-way - acoustic suspension - 96 dB @ 1w/1m - Walnut Oiled - type HWO

 

1980 Klipsch - Heresy

12" woofers - 3-way - acoustic suspension - 96 dB @ 1w/1m - Birch Raw - type HBR

 

1981 Klipsch - MCM 1900 Professional Loudspeaker system

dual 15" woofers - 4-way - folded-horn - 124 dB @ 1w/1m 141 dB SPL continuous output exceeding seventy acoustic warn with good articulation - 1.5 ounce textured black fiberglass finish with aluminum edge trim and die-cast corner protectors - largest professional-sound speaker system made by Klipsch - MCM-1900-BG fully-horn-loaded system with 2 each component cabinets: MSSM-BG, MSM-BG, MMTM-BG.

 

1981 Klipsch - Klipschorn

15" woofers - 3-way - folded-horn - 105 dB @ 1w/1m 121 dB SPL - Style B - Oak Raw w/Cane Grills - type KB-OR Fully horn-loaded 52" x 31.25" x 28.5" - 167 pound each cabinet (sometimes referred to as K-horn, Corner-Horn, Khorn, Corner Horn, K Horn, Cornerhorn, Klipsch Horn, or Corner Speakers).

 

1981 Klipsch - Cornwall

15" woofers - 3-way - front ported bass reflex - 100.2 dB @ 1w/1m - Birch Raw - type CBR

 

1981 Klipsch - Heresy

12" woofers - 3-way - acoustic suspension - 96 dB @ 1w/1m - Walnut Oiled - type HWO

 

1981 Klipsch - Heresy

12" woofers - 3-way - acoustic suspension - 96 dB @ 1w/1m - Walnut Oiled - type HWO

 

1981 Klipsch - Heresy

12" woofers - 3-way - acoustic suspension - 96 dB @ 1w/1m - Birch Raw - type HBR

 

1981 Klipsch - Heresy

12" woofers - 3-way - acoustic suspension - 96 dB @ 1w/1m - Birch Raw - type HBR

 

1982 Klipsch - Cornwall

15" woofers - 3-way - front ported bass reflex - 100.2 dB @ 1w/1m - Walnut Oiled - type CWO

 

1982 Klipsch - Heresy

12" woofers - 3-way - acoustic suspension - 96 dB @ 1w/1m - Birch Raw - type HBR

 

1982 Klipsch - Heresy Industrial

12" woofers - 3-way - acoustic suspension - 96 dB @ 1w/1m - black textured finish with black powder-coated perforated metal Grille - type H

 

1983 Klipsch - Heresy

12" woofers - 3-way - acoustic suspension - 96 dB @ 1w/1m - Birch Raw - type HBR

 

1984 Klipsch - Heresy

12" woofers - 3-way - acoustic suspension - 96 dB @ 1w/1m - Oak Oiled - type HOO

 

1984 Klipsch - Cornwall

15" woofers - 3-way - front ported bass reflex - 100.2 dB @ 1w/1m - Oak Lacquer - type COL

 

1985 Klipsch - Heresy

12" woofers - 3-way - acoustic suspension - 96 dB @ 1w/1m - Walnut Oiled - type HWO

 

1985 Klipsch - Professional Heresy HIP (Heresy Industrial Ported)

12" woofers - 3-way - front ported bass reflex - 102 dB @ 1w/1m - black textured finish with black powder-coated perforated metal Grille - type HIP

 

1985 Klipsch - Professional Heresy HIP (Heresy Industrial Ported)

12" woofers - 3-way - front ported bass reflex - 102 dB @ 1w/1m - black textured finish with black powder-coated perforated metal Grille - type HIP

 

1986 Klipsch - Forte

12" woofers - 4-way - bass reflex via 12" passive radiators - 98 dB @ 1w/1m 4-ohm - Oak Oiled - manufacture date July 9, 1986

 

1988 Klipsch - Forte

12" woofers - 4-way - bass reflex via 12" passive radiators - 98 dB @ 1w/1m 4-ohm - Oak Oiled - type: FOR OO RV

 

1989 Klipsch - Klipschorn

15" woofers - 3-way - folded-horn - 105 dB @ 1w/1m 121 dB SPL - Style B - Walnut Oiled - type KB-WO Fully horn-loaded 52" x 31.25" x 28.5" - 167 pound each cabinet (sometimes referred to as K-horn, Corner-Horn, Khorn, Corner Horn, K Horn, Cornerhorn, Klipsch Horn, or Corner Speakers).

 

1989 Klipsch - KG 4

two 8" woofers - 3-way - bass reflex via 12" passive radiators - 94 dB @ 1w/1m 6-ohm - Oak Oiled

 

1989 Klipsch - Chorus

15" woofers - 3-way - front ported bass reflex - 101 dB @ 1w/1m - Oak Oiled - type CHR OO

 

1989 Klipsch - Chorus

15" woofers - 3-way - front ported bass reflex - 101 dB @ 1w/1m - Walnut Oiled - type CHR WO 89-14055 8/29/89 9/20/89

 

1990 Klipsch - Chorus II

15" woofers - 4-way - bass reflex via 15" passive radiators - 101 dB @ 1w/1m - Walnut Oiled - type CHR WO 90-24757 9/10/90 9/26/90

 

1990 Klipsch - Professional KP-301

15" woofers - 3-way - front ported bass reflex - 101 dB @ 1w/1m - black textured finish with black powder-coated perforated metal Grille - type KP-301A (basically a professional grade Klipsch Cornwall II or Chorus with Industrial woofer, road handles, & corner/edge protection)

 

1992 Klipsch - Professional KP-301

15" woofers - 3-way - front ported bass reflex - 101 dB @ 1w/1m - black textured finish with black powder-coated perforated metal Grille - type KP-301A (basically a professional grade Klipsch Cornwall II or Chorus with Industrial woofer, road handles, & corner/edge protection)

 

1992 Klipsch - Forte II 

12" woofers - 4-way - bass reflex via 15" passive radiators - 99 dB @ 1w/1m black finish - type FII Fin Blk #19 Grille

 

1992 Klipsch - Chorus II 

15" woofers - 4-way - bass reflex via 15" passive radiators - 101 dB @ 1w/1m - Oak Oiled - type CH2 Oak Oil #20 Grille

 

1992 Klipsch - Chorus II 

15" woofers - 4-way - bass reflex via 15" passive radiators - 101 dB @ 1w/1m - Oak Oiled - type CH2 Oak Oil #19 Grille

 

1992 Klipsch - Academy

two 8" woofers - 2-way - acoustic suspension - 96 dB @ 1w/1m center channel - Finished Black

 

1993 Klipsch - Academy

two 8" woofers - 2-way - acoustic suspension - 96 dB @ 1w/1m center channel - Oak Oiled

 

1993 Klipsch - Chorus II 

15" woofers - 4-way - bass reflex via 15" passive radiators - 101 dB @ 1w/1m - Walnut Oiled - type CH2 WO #19 Grille

 

1994 Klipsch - Professional KP-480-AX Passive Subwoofers w/factory-installed crossovers (Pair) 

18" woofers - 2-way - bass reflex via 15" down-firing front-ported passive radiators - 103 dB @ 1w/1m - black textured finish with road handles & corner/edge protection -

 

1994 Klipsch - SW-12 SERIES II Powered Subwoofer

12" woofer - 2-way - bass reflex via 12" rear passive radiator -150-watt RMS continuous (underated 189 watts Dynamic Power - 5 amps x 120 volts = 600 watts) 107 dB @ 1 meter 28Hz-120Hz - Light Oak 60-pound Bash powered subwoofer

 

1995 Klipsch - SW-15 SERIES II Powered Subwoofer

15" woofer - 2-way - bass reflex via 15" rear passive radiator - 200-watt RMS continuous (underated 252 watts Dynamic Power - 5 amps x 120 volts = 600 watts) 110 dB @ 1 meter 27Hz-120Hz - Black Satin 82-pound Bash powered subwoofer

 

1995 Klipsch - Professional La Scala LSI-A (La Scala Industrial style A) 

15" woofers - 3-way - folded-horn - 104 dB @ 1w/1m - black textured finish with road handles & corner/edge protection -

 

1995 Klipsch - Chorus II 

15" woofers - 4-way - bass reflex via 15" passive radiators - 101 dB @ 1w/1m - Oak Oiled - type CHR II Oak Oil #19 Grille

 

2001 Klipsch - RSW-15 Powered Subwoofer

15" woofer - 2-way - bass reflex via 15" rear passive radiator - 650-watt RMS continuous (2400 watts Dynamic Power) - 121 dB @ 1 meter 19Hz-120Hz - Blond Maple 85-pound Bash powered subwoofer

 

2003 Klipsch - ProMedia Ultra 5.1 sound system

500-watt RMS (all channels driven) 115 dB @ 1 meter Bash powered PC surround sound speaker system in Dora's makeup/dressing room - Satellites: (5) FTC each rated @ 60 w/channel @ ≤ 1% THD, 100Hz - 1KHz, Subwoofer: FTC Rated 170 watts (Maximum Burst Power*: 500 w) @ ≤ 3% THD, 40 - 100Hz - 470 watts total RMS 52.5 lbs. Amplifier Headroom 500 watts total < 0.5% THD+N Typical

 

2004 Klipsch - ProMedia Ultra 5.1 sound system

500-watt RMS (all channels driven) 115 dB @ 1 meter Bash powered PC surround sound speaker system on Dora's Dell XPS computer system - Satellites: (5) FTC each rated @ 60 w/channel @ ≤ 1% THD, 100Hz - 1KHz, Subwoofer: FTC Rated 170 watts (Maximum Burst Power*: 500 w) @ ≤ 3% THD, 40 - 100Hz - 470 watts total RMS 52.5 lbs. Amplifier Headroom 500 watts total < 0.5% THD+N Typical

 

2005 Klipsch - ProMedia Ultra 5.1 sound system

500-watt RMS (all channels driven) 115 dB @ 1 meter Bash powered PC surround sound speaker system on my main Dell XPS computer system - Satellites: (5) FTC each rated @ 60 w/channel @ ≤ 1% THD, 100Hz - 1KHz, Subwoofer: FTC Rated 170 watts (Maximum Burst Power*: 500 w) @ ≤ 3% THD, 40 - 100Hz - 470 watts total RMS 52.5 lbs. Amplifier Headroom 500 watts total < 0.5% THD+N Typical

 

JBL series 2800 - Walnut Oiled

 

Kenwood JL-850W with 15" Phoenix Gold comp Sub Woofers

 

Pioneer CS-G303 with JBL Decade DS120 Sub Woofers

 

Pioneer CS-G403 (4 pair) 3-way - 16" Woofers

 

MAIN STEREO SYSTEM:

 

Kenwood Basic M2A and M2 stereo power amplifiers - 15 total, each of which are rated 220 watts per channel RMS, both channels driven at 8 ohms from 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz with no more than 0.004% total harmonic distortion

 

Carver Receiver 2000 stereo receiver - 200 watts per channel RMS, both channels driven at 8 ohms from 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz with no more than 0.15% total harmonic distortion

 

Kenwood Basic M1D stereo power amplifiers - 4 total, each of which are rated 125 watts per channel RMS, both channels driven at 8 ohms from 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz with no more than 0.008% total harmonic distortion

 

Kenwood Basic C2 stereo control (pre) amplifier (1 for each of five zones)

 

Teac EQA-30BL and EQA-220 stereo graphic equalizers (1 for each power amplifier)

 

Kenwood KT-880-D stereo AM/FM tuner (1 for each of five zones)

 

Sony CDP-CX450 400-disk CD Changer

 

DBX 3BX III Dynamic Range Expander

 

DBX 120X-DS Subharmonic Synthesizer

 

Audio Power Meters: multiple Realistic models APM-200, APM-300, and APM-500 (1 for each power amplifier)

 

Sound Level Decibel Meters: Radio Shack 33-2055 (Digital) and Radio Shack 33-2050 (Analog)

 

Un-Interruptible Power Supplies: American Power Conversion Back-UPS Pro 1400VA Part Number BP1400 and APC Smart-UPS 1400 Part Number SU1400NET along with an APC Back-UPS Office 400 mfg part# BF400C (total of 13 APC UPS units used in network to condition power supply and keep the system and Home Theater up and running for 2+ hours during a total power outage)

 

 ~ IF IT'S TOO LOUD - YOU'RE TOO OLD  ~ APPARENTLY MY NEIGHBORS ARE ALL TOO OLD ~ CRANKING THINGS UP TO A 141+ DECIBEL, WAKE-THE-DEAD, SHAKE-THE-LIVING, BIG BEAT BASS-BLASTING SOUND LEVEL THAT STEVEN TYLER AND ANGUS YOUNG WOULD APPROVE OF......

 

  • 17 other Kenwood, Hafler, & Fisher 150-watt RMS/channel stereo power amplifiers each powering 17 other pair of Pioneer, Fisher, & Kenwood floor standing speakers (Recently upgraded these speakers to Klipsch - so the these speakers are now for sale), through 17 Teac graphic equalizers, with 4 additional Kenwood Basic C2 pre-amplifiers/KT-880-D stereo AM/FM tuners/CD changers for 5 separate stereo zones and 3 home theater 7.1 digital surround sound systems (whole upper/lower/lower level house/garage/basement system tied together with powered distribution amplifiers)
  • How many watts total?  I lost count back around 3400 watts true RMS per channel (@ less than 0.03% THD - most are < 0.004 THD) but my sound system would easily trip a 50-amp circuit breaker if all were on one circuit like my Christmas lights used to do before I wired in 2 dedicated 20-amp circuits for them (I might be a redneck)
  • 5 high-powered RMS bookshelf stereo systems
  • 19 component 120-watt (true RMS) per channel car stereo systems - the most powerful of which is the component system I installed in my Van which is rated a true 240 watts RMS continuous power per channel both channels driven into a 8 ohm load (actually bench tests to 288.912 watts per channel @ 4 ohms and is stable down to 2 ohms) from 20 to 20,000 Hz with less than 0.15% THD+N (Total Harmonic Distortion + Noise) using two bridged Carver M-240 stereo power amplifiers (upgraded in 1989 from my Craig Powerplay with two Tancredi TE-200 equ/amps) powering a pair of Klipsch Hersey floor standing home audio speakers along with four other pair of old school Craig Powerplay and 6x9 Jensen coaxial speakers.

 

Other High-End Gear:

 

  • Two Panasonic PV-S7670 Super-VHS VCR Plus+ Hi-Fi Stereo Video Cassette Recorders
  • Two Sony CCD-V101 Hi-8mm Camcorders (which later came to learn were the same as were used for broadcast TV news during Desert Storm – due to the media blackout they had to sneak to get all of the video coverage we saw)
  • 10-foot solid fiberglass C-Band satellite TV dish system* (from back when we could get unscrambled programming for free)
  • One each of the obligatory DirecTV and Dish Network satellite TV systems

 

*Back in 1983 when I installed my C-band (high-end 10-foot solid fiberglass Satellite Dish) system, I had full access everything on C-band including PPV programming.  In 1990, I upgraded to my current Integrated Receiver Descrambler (IRD), which is a Chaparral Monterey 90 (factory updated Monterey 95 specifications in 1995), 30-degree California Amplifier LNB, and new Saginaw commercial actuator.  It is a shame that the subscription rates for programming the satellite service providers demand does not reflect the fact that satellite dish owner’s purchase, maintain, and upgrade their own equipment at the owner’s expense (my last C-band upgrade was $1,600.00 at wholesale cost in 1995 dollars). Ironic how I was one of the original Cable TV installers when cable TV came first to our town in 1978 and back in 1983 when my free cable TV came to an end, due to the lousy picture quality, limited channel selection, and un-reasonably high cable TV rates, I refused to subscribe to cable TV and opted to install my own C-band Satellite TV system.  20 years later, I find myself paying $100.00/month for the same old crap (once cable modem service came to town in January 2003), largely because I want HDTV and the High-Speed broadband internet service which is only available here via cable modem, and still find myself watching over-the-air TV broadcasts fed from the old Radio Shack roof-top VHF/UHF/FM antenna I installed in 1983, because the picture quality is so much better than cable TV. Too bad the satellite service providers (especially C-band and Ku-band) do not offer pricing that is reasonable relative to their cost to provide the service to system owners with no overhead.  Please contact me if you or someone you know and trust “play around” with satellite TV systems, as I am interested in learning more.  I have also played around with DirecTV and Dish Network DSS satellite TV systems, but have fallen out of the loop recently and would like to get up to speed with what is going on there too. I am pretty handy with a soldering iron and operating PCs and software.

 

 

WHAT’S NEXT? 

 

Well….even though my existing sound system which according to Audiophiles over the last 50 years has only been exceeded by live concert sound and thus leaving little room for improvement, in order to rock it properly, I am going to add another pair (or more) of Klipsch Klipschorn (corner-horn) speakers, a few McIntosh tube amplifiers, and a new 120” wide-screen high-definition TV to the main home theater.

 

 

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