DIY KLF-10CC in Action

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  1. Mike Strassburg

    Mike Strassburg Second Unit

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    Had to build a stand to raise the CC above the TV to eliminate magnetic interference. Sound is incredible. Nothing like dual 10's and a big horn!
    I also added a pic of the C7 that I moved to the rear. I could NOT be happier with the audio portion of my HT. Now if only I had room for a 65" TV
    http://www.geocities.com/mlstrass/myhometheater.html
     
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    Geez, what a monster, it dwarf's the TV!!
     
  3. Mike Strassburg

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    That's a 36" TV so you get an idea of just how big the CC is...
     
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    Nice job, Mike. I have just one question for you though. Have you considered modifying the crossover? If you sit off axis, you may get cancellation between the 2 woofers. Klipsch's center speakers use 2.5-way crossovers (one woofer has a lower lowpass filter than the other) to avoid this cancellation. It would be an interesting tweakage project [​IMG].
    Or have you not noticed any off-axis problems with the speaker? I'm sure it's great in the sweet spot!
     
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    I've listened to it in the sweet spot and in my recliner which is in a less than ideal spot and the sound is great. Very clear, detailed, and imaging seems very good although I'm probably not as critical of a listener as some are. I'm more concerned with very loud, clean, and detailed in my HT & my Legend/Tempest set-up kicks butt in that area!

    I do understand the logic behind your suggestion though and appreciate the feedback. Thanks...Mike
     

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