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I heard the new Cornwall at Adirondack audio in upstate NY. They were paired with Tsakiridis Devices, a low power SET 300B from Greece. I was mesmerized by the sound. It filled the room with beautiful warm sound at very low volume. There wasn't a hint of brightness. I was so impressed that Im considering switching my SF Elipsa with Macintosh gear to the above set up. I couldn't believe my ears. It was magic.
That's great to read. I'm really looking forward to hearing a pair after the new year. I miss the Luxman SQ-N100 and think the Cornwall IV would be a great match to its 12wpc.
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Good review of Cornwall IV by Steve Guttenberg. I had the chance to hear them recently and have to agree - Klipsch is definitely upping their game. I bought a pair of Klipsch RP-600M for my garage after reading all the positive reviews and liked them so much they're now in my office with a new Klipsch sub. They make music fun and bring a smile with every listen.

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Good review of Cornwall IV by Steve Guttenberg. I had the chance to hear them recently and have to agree - Klipsch is definitely upping their game. I bought a pair of Klipsch RP-600M for my garage after reading all the positive reviews and liked them so much they're now in my office with a new Klipsch sub. They make music fun and bring a smile with every listen.
Might want to send them to GR Research in Texas for the upgrade...or you can do it yourself. There are 2 Video's on Youtube which shows you the step by step process how to dramatically improve these. (About $200 DIY)

https://www.audiocircle.com/index.php?topic=166535.0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ifiz6HrFd0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9MxY5Ne1CK8
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I enjoyed my original forte’s for nearly thirty years. With all the enthusiasm here about the Cornwall IV I’m going to have to seek them out for an audition.

It’s great to see the excitement for them.

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