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Finally starting to come around. It does not look like much but it sounds pretty good. Now to paint, add curtains, find another pair of the big ones.
That looks like a real nice start, bet it sounds great!
 

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Thank You gents, y'all are too kind.
Time to start cleaning house and put in the next set of stuff.
I wish someone would have told me not to water the woof before now. Sheesh.

The white one in the left rear corner does most of the work and that is waterproof. :D

So which speaks next, the Def Tech's, the Dahlquist or the Tang Bands ??
 

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In my case I am not smart enough to know any better.

But I think Willis and Jack are both naturally talented like that.
 

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Hi.

New to this forum. (And from Norway, so my English can be some what pore).

I have bought a pair of Klipsch Tangent 4000, can't find much information about them on the Web. Is there anyone here that have any knowledge about them?

I have found out that they're are basically ported Heresy II. And they do sound amazing, much like Heresy III that I have owned before, but with more bass.
 

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Hi.

New to this forum. (And from Norway, so my English can be some what pore).

I have bought a pair of Klipsch Tangent 4000, can't find much information about them on the Web. Is there anyone here that have any knowledge about them?

I have found out that they're are basically ported Heresy II. And they do sound amazing, much like Heresy III that I have owned before, but with more bass.
Here're the specs for your speakers:

FREQUENCY RESPONSE: 38Hz-20kHz(+-)3dB
SENSITIVITY: 97dB @ 1watt/1meter
POWER HANDLING: 125 watts maximum continuous (625 watts peak)
NOMINAL IMPEDANCE: 8 ohms
TWEETER: K-76-K 1" (2.54cm) Phenolic dome compression driver
HIGH FREQUENCY HORN: 90(o)x40(o) Exponential Horn
MIDRANGE: K-53-K 1.5" (3.81cm) Phenolic diaphragm compression driver
MID FREQUENCY HORN: 90(o)x40(o) Exponential Horn
WOOFER: K-27-K 12" (30.48cm) Fiber-composite cone
ENCLOSURE MATERIAL: Medium density fiberboard construction (MDF)
ENCLOSURE TYPE: Bass reflex via triple front-mounted ports
DIMENSIONS: 35.75" (90.8cm) x 15.2" (38.6cm) x 14.2" (36.1cm)
WEIGHT: 60 lbs. (27.2kg)

I owned the Tangent 50's years ago - a fine speaker indeed! :sn:
 

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Looks beautiful Savjac! Only thing is that minivee looks out of place next to those huge towers!
Having re read this post as I am thinking of selling the Klipsch, or the Dahlquist, I can say without reservation, that if anyone has not heard this little sub, you would be shocked by what it can do.
It may not kill when it comes to home theater, but for music it can do just about anything and at any volume. It starts to drop at about 28hz but still plays, so anything short of the deepest e;electronic music is safe.
Yes even Cosmic Hippo. They are a bit expensive at $900 or so, but for music, they move a great deal of air and meld with the mains very good and reigns very close to the REL. No one who has heard them in a system before believes how potent they are. I did not but I bought them on a whim and they just work.:hsd:
 
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